419 Scams Lines JFK Conspiracy Nutballs In Its Sights

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If such thoughts consume your every grizzled conspiratorial hour, if Oliver Stone’s JFK plays on perpetual loop on your DVD player, then the latest 419 scam is aimed directly at you.

It purportedly comes from a dying KGB agent, emailing to share secrets of the assassination of President Kennedy in the form of documents and photographs implicating everyone from Kruschev to the White House. These documents, once traded for your name, address, social security number and, hey, maybe your bank account number, will doubtlessly make you famous, bringing down America’s entire Cigarette-Man constructed puppet government from within. The truth is out there!

Needless to say, any actual proof of a JFK Assassination conspiracy rests not in the hands of a KGB 419 scammer, but entombed within the delusional skulls of our nation’s most misanthropist delusionals.

Email Scam Has JFK Conspiracy Twist [Consumer Affairs]

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