Research Paper On Jfk Assassination

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John F. Kennedy was a man of high standing; he was the 35th president of the United States. He was also a man of inherently good fortune, attending Ivy Prep schools and post-secondary institutions, some of which are prestigious Ivy-leagues, which include Princeton University, Stanford University, and Harvard College. Mr. Kennedy was also a well-decorated man holding medals such as the Purple Heart, World War II Victory Medal, and much more. He held office as U.S. House of Representatives from 1947 to 1953, Massachusetts U.S. Senate from 1953 to 1960, and then U.S. President from 1961 to 1963; it is quite evident that he was a man of good fate, as he has swiftly built his way up to presidency in a considerable amount of time. However, his fate began to crumble during his presidency as the Bay of Pigs coup against communist Cuba failed, which resulted in a loss of confidence and trust from the American people. Mr. Kennedy expresses his opinion on the event and the press in his Secret Societies speech, where he asks the people of the news reporting industry to work with the …show more content…

Some researchers of the JFK assassination, including Walter Williams, a researcher of Vatican conspiracy, argue that the speech “set him up for murder” and that “he outlined the exact methodology of […] when he spoke of the global conspiracy and its operation.” (Pathfinder, 2017) Moreover, others such as Matt Prather, blogger of all things psychology and conspiracy, argue in his analysis that “the network of individual people in our shadow government found Kennedy to be too much of a problem for more reasons than just the Bay of Pigs fiasco” although “that fiasco have been one large factor in his assassination.” (Prather, n.d.) While these arguments are merely just opinions, it would not be impossible to believe that the controversial speech may relate to John F. Kennedy’s bad fortune of

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