Golda Meir Doubted Oswald Was Lone Gunman in JFK Assassination

Then-foreign minister Meir said she sensed 'dark corners' in John Kennedy's death, according to recently released documents.

Golda Meir, foreign minister at the time of United States President John Kennedy's assasination, believed that there were dark corners to Kennedy’s death “that would possibly never see the light of day.” Meir's reactions are disclosed in new documents just released by the State Archives on the 50th anniversary of the assassination.