Who Was Responsible for Jfk's Death?

Topics: John F. Kennedy assassination, Warren Commission, Lee Harvey Oswald Pages: 4 (1452 words) Published: March 19, 2013
Who you think was responsible for the assassination of Kennedy? The assassination of John F. Kennedy is one of the biggest cases built up on theories and endless misplacements. Kennedy was assassinated on Friday 22nd November 1963, in Dallas, Texas. This mystery has not yet been solved; people have different opinions and blame different people or groups. I think that Kennedy was assassinated by the American intelligence plot. Again everyone has their own opinions, but I will explain during this report why I think this, also I will explain some of the theories. The warren commission- Warren was the judge that handled the case in court. After Kennedy’s death Lyndon B. Johnson was appointed president. He immediately set up a commission to conclude what had happened to J.F.K. Earl Warren was the chief Justice. Two weeks after Kennedy’s death the Warren commission produced a 500 page report with no index, making it difficult for anyone to check the facts. They concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald was a lone gunman and also that there was no evidence of a conspiracy. The Warren commission report was published in October 1964. (http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwarrenR.htm)

‘Lone assassin’ theory-
Lee Harvey Oswald was originally arrested for the murder of a police officer. Oswald denied both murders, but only two days while being transferred to county jail, he was shot by Jack Ruby, a nightclub owner. The evidence proves that Oswald could not have shot all of the shots that they heard on the radio. Oswald could not of fired his bolt-action rifle fast enough to wound both Kennedy and Connally with separate shots. ( that’s where the ‘magic bullet’ theory comes from) (http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKSinvestOswald.htm, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lone_gunman_theory)

‘Magic bullet’ theory-
This picture shows the bullet that hit Kennedy and travelled into Connally hitting him in the wrist and thigh. As you can see Connally was sitting right in...
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