JFK Theories And Conspiracies

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The Assassination of JFK Theories and Conspiracies John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated on the 22nd of November 1963 in Dallas Texas. There are many theories and conspiracies surrounding his death. Yet the case of JFK assassination still remains unsolved. There are three main theories they are the CIA, Fidel Castro and Oswald Lee Harvey Oswald was born in New Orleans 18th of October 1939 and was in the marines. He was known have an interest in politics and was a supporter of Fidel Castro and the revolution in Cuba. He also became a citizen of the Soviet Union and was a member of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee. He lived there for a few years until he married a Russian woman and moved to the USA in 1962. A neighbour of Oswald’s named Wesley Frazier gave him a lift to work the morning of the assassination. He states that he saw Oswald with a long narrow package but Oswald claimed they were curtain rods for his room in the city. However…show more content…
Kennedy allowed the CIA to topple the Cuban government. Kennedy authorised an attack on Cuba. The aim was to overthrow Castro’s reign and obtain a more pro-American government. The attack was a disaster and most of the invaders were killed or taken prisoner. When Kennedy realised the failure of the expedition he refused to make air support available to the invaders. Many of the invaders felt betrayed and the CIA were also angered by the events. In 1962 Soviet missiles were placed in Cuba by the soviet premier Nikita Krushchev. These actions led to a confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union. Kennedy chose to ignore the advice of his military and intelligence advisers to bomb and attack Cuba. He instead set up a naval blockade to try and force Krushchev to remove the missiles. Kennedy and Krushchev reached an agreement which included the commitment that the United States would not attempt to invade Cuba in the

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