Had the Internet existed in the 19th century, you can bet it would have swelled with evidence absolving John Wilkes Booth in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
A quick search on DixieGoogle.com would have revealed that a fatal shot to Abe's head would have been prevented by his secretly reinforced stovepipe hat and that Booth was seen in the lobby buying Milk Duds when the shooting took place, anyway.
After all, conspiracy traffic on the Internet is second only to porn. And for that reason, I have assembled the JFK Assassination Tour here at Texas Twisted, which will show you exactly where the events surrounding the president's murder took place.
If you’ve come here looking for another attack on the Warren Commission, though, I'm sorry to say no one I encountered in my research offered any new shocking testimony. (Of course, that just means they’re hiding something, doesn’t it?)