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    JFK and the Warren Commission Why did the Warren Commission decide that John F Kennedy was shot by Lee Harvey Oswald, acting on his own? On 22 November 1963, President John F Kennedy was shot dead as he took part in a motorcade through the streets of Dallas, Texas. Soon afterwards a man named Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested and accused of having shot Kennedy from the sixth floor of the Texas school Depository building . Even though Oswald refused to co-operate and denied all knowledge of the

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    The Warren Commission

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    By the 1970's, numerous Americans were frightened that the Warren Commission had been so resolute and did not make any endeavor to examine other conceivable hypotheses and guaranteeing leads. It was likewise brought to light that none of the commission parts had any investigative encounters and totally depended on Hoover and the FBI for their proof. In any case, the Commissions greatest mix-up was in dismissing key onlookers whose confirmations they considered to be incongruent, conflicting, or were

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    JFK: Death of a Legend

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    intend to learn much more about. To better understand my theory I will give you just enough background information on some of the other common conspiracy theories, starting with the Warren Commission Report. Based upon the findings of the Warren Commission appointed by none other than Lyndon B. Johnson. The Warren Commission here by concludes “The shots which killed President K... ... middle of paper ... ... service credentials. Holt had previously worked for the CIA and the Mafia making false identification

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    the spotlight once more, by connecting the shooting of the president with the mob, and Lee Harvey Oswald. To achieve this goal, the paper is organized into three main sections, they all have a sub-sections. The first section, provides info on the Warren Report and how it was false right from the beginning. In the second section, it discusses how the mob was involved with the killing of John Kennedy. The paper ends with a third section that offers reasons on why the conspiracy is likely true, giving

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    JFK Assassination

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    president was killed by a lone gunman, but every single piece of evidence – from eye witnesses to forensic evidence – points to at 2 or more gunmen, and a conspiracy, possibly involving government officials. According to the Warren Commission Report : Report of President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, published in 1964, President Kennedy was shot by lone gunman, Lee Harvey Oswald. The report states that Oswald fired three shots from an Italian-made Mannlicher-Carcano rifle

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    Topical Pattern, Question of Fact The Truth of The Assassination of JFK Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that the Warren Commission was the last straw to cover up the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Central idea: The assassination of our 35th president was an inside job that needs to be exposed. Introduction I. The day of November 22nd will always be a day of confusion for US citizens. A. On that day in 1963, the 35th president John F Kennedy was assassinated while driving through Dealey

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    Kennedy were fatal. This event will never be forgotten by the American people. This event and the proceeding Warren Commission investigation will be causes of arguments in this country for a long time to come. With the uncertainty of this event, it seems that everyone has their own opinion on what actually happened. These opinions range from believing the official report of the Warren Commission, to believing that the Russians assassinated Kennedy. Despite all of the other theories, the most believable

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    details surrounding the assassination has fueled the belief system that a great conspiracy was involved. According to the Warren Commission report, “Texas School Book Depository employee Lee Harvey Oswald fired the shots that killed John F. Kennedy from the building’s south-eastern most sixth-floor window” (Reitzes). At first the public supported the conclusion of the Warren Commission, but as information began to surface about the details of how the investigation was flawed people began to have doubts

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    Lee Harvey Oswald

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    November 23, 1963, the day after President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated, there have been speculations as to the happenings of November 22, 1963. Along with the Warren Commission, there are hundreds of conspiracies and theories attempting to explain the assassination of Kennedy. Many people agree with the Warren Commission in that Lee Harvey Oswald acted as the lone gunman, while others maintain that another gunman was involved. Because of extensive evidence, I believe that Oswald did not

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    November 22, 1963, marks the day of the depletion of the American people's trust in their government. It also marks the beginning of one of the biggest conspiracies still being investigated by conspiracy theorists. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, our 35th, youngest elected president, was killed that day. Many say Lee Harvey Oswald was the shooter but I think Oswald never even pulled the trigger. Oswald was just an easy mark to pin the crime on, he was set up, most likely by the CIA who he

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