Reasons For The Assassination Of Kennedy Assassination

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When John F. Kennedy was murdered on November 22, 1963 in Texas, the United States and the rest of the world stood in shock. By the time the beloved president was pronounced dead at 1.00 pm, the streets were filled with mourning tears. The suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, was arrested an hour later. John F. Kennedy was in a motorcade in an open car with his wife and Texas governor John Connally, driving through the streets of Dallas, TX, when he was shot. After the assassination several experts and conspiracy researchers started to doubt if Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. After long, intense, stressful and anxious research, a conclusion and reasonable explanation has been reached. Lee Harvey Oswald was not a lone assassin. Three reasons…show more content…
Kennedy, because after John F. Kennedy was pronounced dead, his clothes were further inspected. The Dallas Police Department was in possession of Kennedy and Connally’s clothes before turning them over to the FBI. The clothes were intensely studied. Furthermore, the bullet holes were measured in both width and position in each piece of cloth. The measurements showed that the bullet hole in the back of Kennedy’s coat was 15 mm wide, and the bullet hole in his shirt was 10 mm. The bullet wound in Kennedy’s back was 7 mm, while the supposed exit-wound in his throat was 5 mm. (Measurements from width of the bullet hole is shrinking from Kennedy’s back, to his front. Bullet holes do not decrease in size from the income hole to the exit hole. According to a concept called ‘beveling’, when the bullet penetrates the body, it leaves a small hole. (Theory and explanation from .html). When the bullet exits the flesh (exit hole), it leaves a significantly larger hole. Therefore, as a result to this theory, the bullet must have been shot from the front. Explaining the narrowing of the bullet holes. In conclusion, if Lee Harvey Oswald was stationed behind John F. Kennedy, there must have been another assassin shooting from the…show more content…
Kennedy, because of ‘one’ of the bullets unlikely lane. The first bullet fired passed through Kennedy’s back and exited through his throat by the knot of his tie ( This bullet then continued through John Connally’s shoul-der and wrist before ending in his thigh. ( about John Connally). In order for the bullet to have such a path, it requires the bullet to have taken a turn mid-air. In order to change angle from Kennedy’s throat to Connally’s right shoulder. Furthermore, The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, (unofficially known as the Warren Commission), was established by American President Lyndon B. Johnson on November 29, 1963. Its purpose was the investigation of Kennedy’s assassination. This Warren Commission concluded that John F. Kennedy and Connally were hit by the same bullet, simply because they were seated in front of each other. This theory is also known as the single bullet theory. However, a single bullet would have to pass through two fully-grown bodies. Along with about 15 inches of human flesh, breaking two bones, go through a car seat and pass through 14 different layers of clothing. ( Along with the unlikeness of a single shot penetrating so many layers, the recovered bullet scarcely showed any damage. The bullet was found at the Parkland Memorial Hospital, nearby the gurney that had brought Connally

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