From source B we can learn many things about JFK's assassination. We
learn that JFK was hit by 2 shots the second one killing him
apparently hitting from the back, into his right temple.
Source B also stated that 3 shots were fired from the sixth floor of
the Texas schoolbook depository. The rifleman was named Lee Harvey
Oswald. Source B declares the assassination weapon to be a Mannlincher
- carcano rifle. Source B written by the Warren Commission states
Oswald had no accomplices. To me this seems quite unbelievable. People
who knew him in the marines said he had a 'Pathetic Shot.' The gun he
apparently used would not be a weapon likely to be used in an
assassination attempt, as it was such a poor weapon. I think source B
is very unbelievable, as it was written by the Warren Commission, so
therefore could be biased.
How useful is Source A in supporting the View of Source B, that Lee
Harvey Oswald was responsible for the assassination of John F Kennedy?
Source A support's source B as it shows Oswald's movements. Source A
states that he was at the Schoolbook depository, as he was stopped by
a policeman on the second floor of the building one minute after
president Kennedy was shot. Source B claims Oswald had no accomplices
and this could be backed up by the fact that Oswald used public
transport, so therefore did not have a getaway driver.
The next movements of Oswald were important. They infer Oswald was in
a hurry, as when the bus got caught in traffic at 12:44 hours, Oswald
got off the bus and took a taxi at the next junction at 12:48. This
could show Oswald ...
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...t one another. This could
have cleared Oswald's name. Source G states that Arnold Williams said
he saw a man on the 6th floor at 12:15. While Carolyn Arnold said she
saw Oswald eating his lunch on the 2nd floor at about 12:15. So how
could Oswald get from the 6th to the 2nd floor in a matter of seconds?
It seems impossible and could clear his name.
The way JFK reacted to the shots infers that it came grassy knoll as
he fell backwards and not forwards. If he had fallen forwards the shot
might well have come from the depository, but I think it did come from
grassy knoll. Also source J shows that grassy knoll would have the
ideal assassination place. Because it had the easiest shot and a good
escape route to the freeway.
These are the reasons why I think warren commission's views are wrong
and I'm not surprised that they caused controversy.
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