In January 1967, Virgil 'Gus' Grissom, an American astronaut, held an unauthorized press conference in which he told reporters that the United States was "at least a decade away" from even contemplating a lunar mission. He was severely rebuked for giving that interview without permission.
Figure 1: Clearly Mr. Grissom did not fit NASA's requirement of an easily-controlled, brain-dead military man.
Following this reprimand, Gus Grissom later came out of a water tank reduced gravity simulation of the supposed lunar landing module, and hung a lemon attached to a coat-hanger in front of a NASA emblem to indicate to any cameras present, without speaking, what he and his fellow crew members, Roger Chaffee and Edward White, thought of the Apollo programme.
Figure 2: From the left, Roger Chaffee, Ed White and Gus Grissom.
A few days after this, on 27 January 1967, Grissom, Chaffee and White were murdered, via a horrific pressurized oxygen fire, while locked in the capsule at the top of a Saturn V rocket.
Two and a half years later, in July 1969, NASA faked a Moon landing with Amstrong, Aldrin and Collins.
Those who believe that the American government would never do such a thing would be well advised to consider the events of 11-09-2001, when many more than three innocent Americans were murdered in New York, or the USS Liberty, or JFK's murder, or Qaddafi's murder, ...
Pointing out that the Emperor is naked does not constitute a "conspiracy theory," but a simple reality.
Silence is complicity.
Figure 3: Roger Chaffee.