Who Was Responsible for Jfk Assassination?

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Who was responsible for the assassination of JFK?
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th president of the united states, was assassinated at 12:30 pm on Friday, November 22, 1963, in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas. Despite the many imaginative conspiracy theories such as, the Mafia, FBI, or CIA being directly responsible for the assassination, the most plausible and logical explanation is that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in the assassination of JFK. This particular theory is most credible due to the evidence that implies his motives, means and other supporting evidence. Through ballistics research and forensics experts who studied JFK’s body and other experts at the crime scene conclude that, “nearly the whole bullet found on Governer Conally’s stretcher at Parkland memorial and the two bullet fragments found in the front seat of the presedential limousine were fired from the 6.5-millimeter Mannlicher Carcano found on the sixth floor of the depository building”. This was stated from the Warren Report, a report on the conclusion of all the findings of the crime. This evidence supports the fact that Lee Harvey had shot JFK because he owned and was in possession of a 6.50millimeter Carcano rifle. This is evident through the documentation of a mail order for the same rifle used for the assassination, advertised in an issue of American Rifleman. His prints were also found on the rifle, reinforcing he was in possession of it. More supporting evidence was the finding of the rifle partially hidden in a brown bag, in the same room Oswald was in at the time of the assassination. All this evidence clearly shows Lee owned and was in possession of the murder weapon. One other theory of the assassination was that Oswald was controlled by the CIA. The CIA did this because they saw JFK as a threat to their corporation, which was implied when JFK stated “I will splinter the CIA into a million pieces” after the failure of the Bay of Pigs Invasion. The Bay of Pigs invasion was an...
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