Former Secret Service Agent Makes Startling Claim About Bullet Found After Kennedy Assassination

An upcoming book by former Secret Service agent Paul Landis raises questions about the bullets fired in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963

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Sixty years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, a former Secret Service agent is offering a startling revelation about that day, claiming that he tampered with evidence and put one of the bullets believed to have killed the president in his pocket before placing it on a hospital gurney.

Paul Landis, now 88, was assigned to the security detail of first lady Jacqueline Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963, and was traveling with the motorcade when the then-president was struck by two bullets — one in the head and one in the neck — while riding in a parade through downtown Dallas.

“I didn’t think about it at all for about 45 years, and at that point it was March 2014 and I started thinking that maybe it was time that I told my story,” Landis tells PEOPLE in a new interview ahead of the release of his book, The Final Witness: A Kennedy Secret Service Agent Breaks His Silence After 60 Years.

That was really the beginning. Up to that point I had no thoughts about writing. Everything was just kind of buried. I didn’t think about it. Nobody ever asked me,” he says.

a new book about a Secret Service agent's bombshell account from the JFK assassination
Paul Landis, former Secret Service agent and author of “The Final Witness”.COURTESY OF PAUL LANDIS

In the book, Landis offers a first-hand account of the moments during, and after, the assassination — and a shocking revelation about a bullet he now says he found that day in the presidential limousine and later placed on Kennedy’s hospital gurney.

It’s a moment that changed history and a story that still fascinates.

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