There are many suspicions and disbeliefs concerning the conclusions of who shot John F. Kennedy because much of the evidence of a lone gunman can be disproved. Former President, John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. He was shot while in a Presidential motorcade with his wife, the Governor of Texas, and the Governor’s wife . Disbelief in the conclusions of the Warren Commission Report derives from many different reasons. Many people do not believe in the Warren Commission Report because of certain flaws, such as: inconsistencies, leaving evidence out, mistakes, changes in government stories, or changes that witnesses made when they were testifying. These inconsistencies make it within reason to disbelieve the Warren Commission Report. This particular event in history has maintained attraction because of high levels of suspicion in the official historical conclusions. The assassination was an important event in U.S. history because of the impact it had on the nation and the political repercussions that followed JFK’s assassination. One of the main repercussions of his assassination was a newfound disbelief in the government by the people of The United States of America. People continued to think that John F. Kennedy’s assassination was covered up by the government or by another large organization. There is a lot of interest in the assassination because of what a large deal it was at the time, and the confusion and questions that are still left concerning his assassination. Interest in the subject matter has lingered to this day because it is such an unclear, important, and large topic. The government gave very limited answers to specific questions, which were asked about the Warren Commission Report. Certain crucial evidence in the Warren Commission Report can be disproved or simply doesn’t withstand questioning. The majority of interest that still surrounds the assassination of John F. Kennedy is focused upon whether the government is covering up who actually killed him.
When John F. Kennedy was first shot, it quickly became a time of wide spread confusion amongst the people of not only The United States of America, but also of the world. It was also unclear as to whether or not the Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson was safe. The world was in a state of shock, disbelief, and confusion as to what had happened. Another major reason that the shooting caused so much immediate confusion was because it was unclear as to whether the shooting may have been a part of a larger attack on the United States since the shooting happened during the Cold War.
There were many criticisms of the official Warren Commission Report, which concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. The Warren Commission Report is frequently criticized for some of its methods, important omissions, and conclusions. Not only were key components of the Warren Commission Report disproved but former president, and a member of the Warren Commission, Gerald Ford, said the C.I.A. destroyed or kept critical secrets connected to the 1963 assassination of former President John F. Kennedy away from the public. He stated that the commission’s probe put “certain classified and potentially damaging operations in danger of being exposed.” He also said that the CIA’s reaction “was to hide or destroy some information, which can easily be misinterpreted as collusion in John F. Kennedy’s assassination” .
A lot of people began to suspect a conspiracy to cover up who had truly assassinated the former president. The American people became suspicious of whether or not the government was lying to them. There were ideas that the government was trying to cover up what had actually happened in order to protect themselves. This large amount of suspicion led to many people and researchers feeling the need to conduct independent investigations. Those people and researchers who further...