John Fitzgerald Kennedy: The Truth Revealed

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The assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy is one of the most tragic events that shaped America. JFK was born on May 19, 1917, in Brookline, Massachusetts, but little did he know that his life would be abbreviated in his future. Kennedy became the thirty-fifth President of the United States; he was assassinated on November 22, 1963. He was allegedly shot and killed by Lee Harvey Oswald. Although, many pieces of evidence conclude that Oswald could not have done the deed by himself. There is a broad conspiracy behind this major assassination. The conspiracy consists of the “single bullet theory” introduced by former United States Senator Arlen Specter; it also implicates future presidents of the United States, including George H. W. Bush,…show more content…
He takes one of its notepads embossed with the presidential seal, and writes his immediate priorities:
1. Staff
2. Cabinet
3. Leadership (Mayo 240).”

Although Johnson was not the one who pulled the trigger on that November day, he might have enlisted assassins to kill Kennedy. Witnesses did not see these hired assassins but their intuition gave clues as to what was invaluable toward solving this major case. Many witnesses to the case believed that Lee Harvey Oswald could not have committed the murder for which he was accused. The Warren Commission individually interviewed each witness. Many said that they smelled gun powder, or heard the shots ring out from somewhere near the Grassy Knoll. “Senator Yarborough's statement that all the shots ‘came from my right rear’...he smelled gunpowder as the car drove away through the underpass” (http://spot.acorn.net/jfkplace/09/fp.back_issues.html). It is not possible to smell the gun powder from a gun that is more than seventy meters away. Although many witnesses said that Oswald could not have shot President Kennedy, other witnesses thought otherwise. “Twenty-year-old James Worrell Jr. has his back to the depository and is looking straight up. He can see a gun barrel sticking out of a window” (Mayo 50). Others inside of the book depositary building said that they heard or saw the circumstances of the gun being fired. “… Bonnie Ray Williams heard second shot rattle the
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