Jfk Assassination Research Paper

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Raven Wing April 3, 2013 JFK Assassination On November 29, 1963, our 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. A young and vigorous leader who was a victim of the fourth Presidential assassination in the history of a country. This assassination was known as a world tragedy, and a great lost to our nation. Many conspiracies were formed while the investigation of his assassination was undergoing, making his case unsolved. But with the many conspiracies, the assassination caused a lot of effect on our country over the years. Making the JFK assassination a remarkable case. There are many conspiracy…show more content…
Another bullet struck Kennedy in the rear portion of his head, causing a massive and fatal wound, and landing him into Mrs. Kennedy’s lap (Nizer, pg.8). Secret Service Agencies began to act, shielding Kennedy and his wife as they sped to Parkland Memorial Hospital; 4 miles away. At the hospital, Kennedy was treated by a team of physicians who examined his body and fatal wounds. But sadly, Kennedy was pronounced dead at 1 p.m. Kennedy’s death has impacted our nation as a whole, as we acknowledge a man of wisdom and prosperity. Kennedy had plans to make action of change and adjustment while in office, but couldn’t achieve that due to a major setback. One great impact is that we lost a leader of our country, and experience the sorrow of his lost in harmony. Leaving America in doubt of hope and change, which was promised. Another impact is that 16,000 military advisors had been dispatched to the country (http://millercenter.org). The Warren Commission’s report, which found Oswald to be the sole assassin, led to widespread dissent and confusion among the American public; with many questions about Oswald’s time spent in the Soviet Union. The Vietnam War turned out to be the first United States loss in a long term armed conflict in history. In conclusion, John F. Kennedy had many accumulating goals for the U.S. and was robbed from us too soon in his presidency. Kennedy was a
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