The Cia 's Potential Involvement

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Which extended to the JFKs upper back and exited through his throat and then struck Governor John Connally´s ribs breaking them, then shattering his wrist then finally resting on his thigh. Skeptics say that the trajectory was fanciful and renamed it as the Magic bullet theory. It 's just one reason why conspiracy theorists think more than one shooter was involved(who killed JFK?). There is some speculation over that people and groups are involved, but who would want to hurt the president? These people and groups might have put Oswald up to do their dirty work or they just did it themselves. There are two groups and one person that has the most targets on their back and why. The CIA 's potential involvement was frequently mentioned during the 1960s and 1970s, when the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was involved in plots to assassinate foreign leaders, particularly Fidel Castro. According to author James Douglass, Kennedy was assassinated because he was turning away from the Cold War and seeking a negotiated peace with the Soviet Union. Accusations and confessions of and by alleged conspirators, as well as official government reports citing the CIA as uncooperative in investigations, have at times renewed interest in these conspiracy theories. The CIA is the first main group that was investigated by the Warren Commission. There are two main people in the CIA that we think to have something to do with it. William K. Harvey was the main suspect because he was a CIA…
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