Jfk Assasination Opinion

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JFK Assassination
I believe the assassination of President John F. Kennedy all tied back to the mafia. Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby were all part of a plan to kill the president. The mafia and many Cuban exiles disliked President Kennedy and his brother Robert Kennedy. Ruby was known to have been connected with both the police and the Mafia, especially the Italian Mafia. What was very persuading was the discovery that Bill Bonanno, son of New York Mafia boss Joseph Bonanno, said several Mafia families were acquaintance with the anti-Castro Cubans. The Bonannos recognized Ruby as an associate of Chicago mobster Sam Giancana. Many Cuban exiles and Mafia bosses did not like Kennedy, blaming him for the failure of the Bay of Pigs Invasion. They also disliked his brother, Attorney General Robert Kennedy, who had led a legal action on organized crime. This brought more tension because it was said that JFK’s father, Joseph Kennedy, worked with the mafia to have John F Kennedy win the 1960 election. Both the Mafia and the anti-Castro Cubans were experts in assassination; the Cubans had been trained by the CIA. Another thing is Christian David was a Corsican Mafia member interviewed in prison. He was offered the assassination contract on the president and did not accept it but knew the men who supposedly agreed to the contract. According to David, there were three shooters. He provided the name of one, Lucien Sarti, but the other two shooters were still living and that would lead him to break their code of conduct. When asked what they were wearing David said they were told to dress in costumes such as official uniforms. The majority of Christian David's testimony was confirmed by a former Corsican member named Michelle Nicole who was part of the DEA witness protection program. One of the other three could very well be Lee Harvey Oswald. Conspiracies may sound crazy, but it is hard for me to believe that one person, all by himself, plotted to kill the president. No...
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