Was the JFK Assassination A Hoax?
By: Greg Jones
One of America’s worst tragedies was President JFK’s assassinations. He was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. On that day, the president was in Dallas, Texas for the trade mart. The speech he was going to give that day is now called “The Unspoken Speech” The reason for his assassination is unclear and there have been many theories about his assassination. The number one theory is that Lee Harvey Oswald was a lone gunman. Lee Oswald was on the sixth floor of the former Texas School Book Depository where he worked at the time. President John F. Kennedy’s motorcade was passing by the former Texas School Book Depository, when three shots were fired from the Depository and President John F. Kennedy was killed. Despite forensic, ballistic, and circumstantial evidence, the lone gunman theory has been rejected by much of the U.S. public over the years. A snipers nest was found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository, along with three spent bullet shells. In 1979, the House Select Committee on Assassinations concluded that Oswald fired the shots which killed Kennedy, but differed from previous investigations in concluding that "scientific acoustical evidence establishes a high probability that two gunmen fired at President John F. Kennedy. Therefore, Oswald was at least one of the shooters; he may have been the only shooter but that determination may never be made. Another theory is badge man. Badge Man is the name given to a photographic image that some researchers into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy argue is possible evidence of an unidentified shooter on the grassy knoll in Dealy Plaza, in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. He is named Badge Man because the image shows what Mack interpreted as a uniformed police officer standing behind a wall, and wearing dark clothing with a police badge on his chest, with his face covered by smoke from having just discharged...
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