JFK

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Just a little after 12:00 pm In Dallas, Texas, November 21, 1963, disputably one of the world’s most tragic deaths occurred the JFK (John Fitzgerald Kennedy) Our 35th President of the United States had been assassinated. This Crisis has abruptly and severely altered the course of history as we know it today; The JFK assassination has stirred more controversy than any other related topic. Questions still remain in peoples mind such as, "Who assassinated President Kennedy?” "What was their motive for assassinating our president?" "What was the process on killing our president?" "Is this tragic event based off an act of pure hatred for one or could this be a conspiracy” The answers to the public questions were given by the Warren Commission majority of the world's population weren’t satisfied still. Even though the case was recorded as an assassination many had doubts that Oswald did not work alone nor have any part of the assassination itself, but claimed to have been set up to take the heat or blame for someone else's actions. Official investigators came to the conclusion that our 35th president was assassinated by a lone gunman; however the evidence gathered from key eye witnesses and forensic evidence sheds light and a conspiracy, involving corrupt government officials. Reports claim Oswald‘s murder weapon was an Italian-made rifle in which he purchased for $19.95, Positioned out of sight half-open window on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Oswald fired off his rifle, At the time of the shooting, the presidential limousine was heading west on Elm Street,. President John F Kennedy and Governor of Texas John Connally both were hit by bullets President Kennedy was wounded in the back and the throat, and, fatally... ... middle of paper ... ... period of time who dislikes the president. Lyndon B. Johnson ordered the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, according to the father of the current White House press secretary. McClellan is the father of White House press secretary Scott McClellan, and Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Mark McClellan. He says he has photographs, letter, and fingerprint samples — that the ambitious Johnson was behind the 1963 assassination in Dallas Texas. The assassination of President Kennedy described by Barr McClellan, was very complexed to comprehend however it was a well-documented and compelling piece . This book along with other resources have finally satisfied my curiosity of what happened to our 35th President that day in Dallas Texas, I have acquired a much more in depth as well realistic outlook regarding American history and our political leaders.

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