April 3, 2013
On November 29, 1963, our 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. A young and vigorous leader who was a victim of the fourth Presidential assassination in the history of a country. This assassination was known as a world tragedy, and a great lost to our nation. Many conspiracies were formed while the investigation of his assassination was undergoing, making his case unsolved. But with the many conspiracies, the assassination caused a lot of effect on our country over the years. Making the JFK assassination a remarkable case.
There are many conspiracy theories due to rumors based on lack of information as to the nature and extent of evidence. Our nation has all pointed fingers at Lee Harvey Oswald, as the man who assassinated JFK. The Commission faced substantial difficulties in determining whether anyone conspired with or assisted the person who committed the assassination (Nizer, pg. 243). By having Oswald as a possible suspect, investigators began to explore the details of his activities and life. Oswald fled to the Soviet Union in 1959, and resided in the Soviet Union until June of 1962. He then came back to the United States and started building connections with the Cubans and Russians. In view of these activities, the Commission has instituted a thorough investigation to determine whether the assassination was in some manner directed or encouraged (Nizer, pg. 244). Of the day of the assassination, many witnesses confirmed that Oswald was the only one seen on the sixth floor of the Depository Building where the shots were fired. Other conspiracies include that Kennedy was assassinated due to his plans of changing the Federal Reserve System, and ending the Vietnam War. Another included that Oswald had connections with the Cuban government, specifically with Fidel Castro....