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    The John F. Kennedy Assassination On November 22,1963,President Kennedy was in attendance at a Dallas parade.One of the biggest tragic moments happened in U.S. history before the naked eye.President John F. Kennedy was assassinated around 12:34 p.m.as he celebrated with the Dallas crowd to show admiration towards them and their city(Mintaglio 60).The suspected assassin Robert L. Oswald,a former U.S. marine,was afterward caught not long following the assassination in a near by theatre(Newman 56)

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    The JFK Assassination

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    was at Dealey Plaza, Dallas Texas when he was killed. This assassination was significant in many ways especially the conspiracy theories made of his death. The JFK assassination is the most recent assassination of any president to be murdered while in office. The JFK assassination was a great mystery and affected many people and the whole country. He assassination till this day is such a mystery that no one knows what exactly happened. JFK was the youngest president to be elected and to be murdered

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    John F. Kennedy was only the fourth president to die by assassination in a nation that was less than 200 years old(Betsy).There are three theories that this essay will explore.Thyat the CIA played a part in planning the assassination another one is that Lee Harvey Oswald was a CIA agent at the time and the theory that Cuba was behind the assassination.In the history books and the knowledge in everybody's head is that Lee Harvey Oswald was a lone shooter, but in the rest of this essay you`ll see that

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    University John Fitzgerald Kennedy John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK) was the youngest president elected to the office. JFK was born on May 29th,1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts. JFK was the 35th president in the United State of America (USA). JFK was president for the USA since 1961 until 1963. There are a lot of things to discuss about JFK, but his early life, education, and the assassination are the most three interesting points. First, JFK was the second child for Rose Fitzgerald Kenned, and Joseph

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    focus on the tragic assassination of America’s beloved 35th President John F. Kennedy. As we all know, Lee Harvey Oswald killed President Kennedy, but why, and did he work alone? This paper will investigate the facts and leave the reader with some of the conspiracy theories that exist regarding this topic. Does anyone really know the truth? John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917 and died on November 22, 1963. He was commonly known as Jack Kennedy, or by his initials JFK. He was an American

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    assistance from the CIA to assassinate JFK. During the investigation, the organization hid that they were closely monitoring Lee Oswald for four years (All time Conspiracies). The Information that the CIA had on Oswald shows that they set him up or had him as an agent. According to Business insider, in 2013 the CIA historian David Robarge concluded in his report that head of the CIA John McCone hid information from president Lyndon B Johnson. "Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy" also referred

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    The JFK Assassination

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    It was said that three bullets were fired that day, the first one going unnoticed, the second passing through the back of kenney’s upper chest and making its way into Connally’s back right shoulder (The Other Victims of the JFK Assassination). The final and fatal bullet’s path was straight through the right side of President John F. Kennedy’s head, instantly killing him. Kennedy’s skull was shattered, the right side of his head was missing, some recall having bits of the president’s

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    minutes after the assassination. There have been numerous debates over the last 55 years regarding this incident. Many people claim there is a conspiracy behind the case, allowing various conspiracy theories to emerge over the years. One specific theory is about how the mafia was involved with JFK’s assassination. In 1963, the USA Presidential elections were approaching and so JFK and his wife Jacqueline travelled to Dallas, Texas to campaign. On the day of JFK’s assassination, specifically the

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    essay is the JFK assassination theory. I would like to research this because I have seen documents and videos online and on television about the conspiracy but I have not done full research into it to see the facts. With the presidents of the United States they are able to make or break the country with their decisions, with that JFK was assassinated due to that and other reasons. I will be going into this research thinking that there is a conspiracy behind the assassination of JFK that it wasn 't

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    After the assassination of John F. Kennedy, there were a lot of conspiracies regarding the mastermind behind the assassination. President Kennedy was assassinated due to him seeking a way out of the Cold war and starting negotiations with Soviet Union. Charlene Fitsimmons, a friend of JFK was told by an agent named Gary Underhill that he was killed by CIA and that Oswald was a CIA agent. He was helped and was set up by CIA to go for it. According to Gary, there were clear evidences of how they made

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