In other words, this is a novel and does not purport to solve any of the myriad mysteries surrounding the killing of JFK.
Zeitgeist's second-third rehashes classic 9/11 Truth theories that purport to show that the attacks were actually an inside job.
There are photos on the Internet that purport to show you as a teenager, and you look a lot different from the way you do today.
early 15c., "indicate, express, set forth," from the noun in English and from Anglo-French purporter (c.1300), from Old French purporter (see purport (n.)). Related: Purported; purporting.