Assassination of John F Kennedy

1119 WordsJun 20, 20185 Pages
At approximately 12:30 p.m. on November 22nd, 1963 the world was shockingly stunned by a horrific incident that has forever changed the view of the events that occurred during this day. While our President was riding a convertible motorcade down Elm Street in Dealey Plaza, Texas he was abruptly struck by two penetrating bullets in the upper back and head. Our 35th President of the United States of America had been fatally assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald, a sniper from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building. However, did Lee Harvey Oswald, a crazy lunatic act alone in the assassination of President Kennedy. Both first – hand knowledge and visual evidence allows people to re – examine the events of this day and…show more content…
Kennedy’s head. The badge man was strategically positioned in the grassy knoll, a fenced area to the right of JFK’s motorcade. The final blow to Kennedy’s skull pierced him in the upper right forehead causing him to react back and to the left. It is indisputable that Oswald acted alone since his positioned location could not under any circumstance accomplish an unmanageable shot like that. Due to his angle from the grassy knoll the badge man was the only one who could have made the specific shot that obliterated the head of JFK. Coincidentally, as soon as President Kennedy was annihilated the swarm of petrified people instantly ran toward the grassy knoll later proclaiming they heard “shots” fired from that direction. Pictorial evidence from the camera of Mary Moorman illustrates a figure in a uniformed police suit firing a weapon and clarifies there was assistance to the murder. The question with Lee Harvey Oswald is that could he have shot President John F. Kennedy out of cold blood to achieve a political objective? The answer is no because the entire assassination was a setup to overthrow Kennedy as commander and chief. Previous to the assassination date Lee Harvey Oswald briefly conversed in a secret meeting with Jack Ruby, a mobster involved with organized crime. The Italian Mafia was notoriously known for despising the Kennedy’s. John F. Kennedy who had failed to
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