Plaza in an open limousine, accompanied by his wife Jacqueline Kennedy. Seated in front of him
was the Texas governor and his wife, along with two other Secret Service agents. Soon after,
shots rang out as the limousine turned from Houston Street onto Elm Street into Dealey Plaza.
The President had been shot, and so the limousine then sped off toward Parkland Hospital to
deliver Kennedy. Years later, numerous conspiracy theories circulated, still no one knows for
sure who had pulled through trigger or influenced the assassination.
Created by President Lyndon B. Johnson, the Warren Commission was established to
investigate the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. It’s over 800 page final report was
made public and concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald had acted alone in the shooting as well as
Jack Ruby when he had shot Oswald just a couple days later. In contrast to the findings of this
commission, the US House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) came to the conclusion
that Kennedy had “probably been assassinated as a result of a conspiracy.” The HSCA agreed
with the Warren Commission in that Kennedy and Governor Connally’s injuries were caused by
Oswald’s three rifle shots, but that there was also a set of additional gunshots based off an audio
recording on the day of. This soon ignited the multiple shooters theories as they thought of "...a
high probability that two gunmen fired at the President."
In the immediate aftermath of the shooting, the initial reaction of witnesses and
policemen was to simply drop down to the ground or seek cover. In doing so, they found
themselves in the parking lot atop ...
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...on as a US form of aggression (“Was JFK killed…”). Differently, “[Milton William] Cooper claimed that Kennedy learned portions of a truth about how the CIA was involved in an international narcotics empire… Kennedy apparently also learned that part of the profits of this trade was used to continue a cover-up about alien crashed disks whose crash sites had been ‘cleaned up’ by the military,” (Coppens). JFK compelled the CIA to cut ties with drug trafficking and threatened to expose the extraterrestrial truth if they did not comply (Coppens). “[Kennedy] apparently commissioned a plan to implement this decision. MJ-12, which according to [Milton William] Cooper was a group of people that had been installed as ‘supervisor’ over the ‘alien cover-up’, had been confronted with this ultimatum and, again according to Cooper, decided they had to get rid of Kennedy,” (Coppens).
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