JFK Assassination There are many theories regarding John F Kennedy’s assassination. Many people believe there was a conspiracy. However that is false. There is evidence showing that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in his killing of JFK. Through his motives, the Single Bullet Theory, and disproving the Grassy Knoll Theory it is shown that Lee Harvey Oswald is guilty.
The committee believes, on the basis of the evidence available to it, that President John F. Kennedy was probably assassinated as a result of a conspiracy. The committee was unable to identify the other gunmen or the extent of the conspiracy. President John F. Kennedy did not receive adequate protection from the agencies and U.S government departments. It was probable that a fourth shot was fired and the third shot came from an assassin on the grassy knoll, but
Much of the officially published evidence points towards Lee Harvey Oswald as the lone gunman who killed the president, however, many of the events which transpired after the shooting lead many to believe that Oswald was not acting alone. Events such as Jack Ruby killing Oswald just days after the assassination and witnesses placing the two together
Who was REALLY behind John F. Kennedy’s assassination? One of the most shocking events of the 20th century was undoubtedly that of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. No one expected that on a perfectly clear day such was that of Friday,November 22,in Dallas, Texas, at precisely 12:30 p.m. Central standard time in the Dailey Plaza president Kennedy would be shot fatally while he was riding Jacqueline Kennedy, his wife, in the Presidential motorcade. After a ten-month investigation of the Warren Commission of 1963–1964, the United States House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) of 1976–1979, and other government investigations concluded that the President was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald. Afterward Jack Ruby murdered Oswald
Who killed John F. Kennedy? Although the 10 years investigation into the death of JFK concluded Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole assassin still many historians and experts suspect that it is not only him who has been involved in this but a few others making it a conspiracy. Among the suspects, the CIA and Lyndon Johnson play some major roles as they also had substantial motives and the best opportunity to carry out the crime. Even though it has been almost four decades since the assassination still there had not been adequate amount of information revealed regarding who did this & why? Discussed below are some of the motives and opportunities of several individuals/groups who are suspected to be assassins.
One Malcolm Wallace, whose fingerprints were found on the sixth floor, who went out with Johnson's sister and killed her boyfriend and was also connected with other murders, putting Johnson in a connection with a convicted murderer capable of more bloodshed. A man named Billy Sol Estes wrote a letter to the Justice Department saying that Wallace and Johnson killed JFK. The Warren Commission of who were appointed by Lyndon Johnson himself claimed that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone gunman but this was just to cover up for Lyndon Johnson. Dale Scott claims that 'People inside the government were responsible for the death of JFK. Lyndon Johnson may be involved due to links with Mafia, FBI and CIA'.
As a whole, the Mafia’s assassination desires weren’t focused on Kennedy as much as with Fidel Castro. Castro’s revolution in Cuba forced the Mafia and their vested interests out of the country. This, along with the disdain for Robert Kennedy, seemed to fuel the Mafia’s rage and motive to kill the President. Though his place in the big picture was miniscule in appearance, some believe Jack Ruby had a hand in the process as well. Ruby’s role was questioned by many not solely because of the puzzling murder of Lee
The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald Presented by: Sarah, Stacey, Mohamed H and Mohamed C. a) That Oswald was in the area where the assassination took place - MH b) That it was Oswald’s weapon which killed Kennedy - Sarah c) That he had the motive and the skill to kill the President - Stacey d) The he actually fired the fatal shots. You now have the task of presenting the trial of Oswald. The burden of proof in a criminal prosecution is proof of guilt ‘beyond reasonable doubt’ that is be convinced beyond any reasonable doubt that Oswald did what he was accused of doing - killing Kennedy. The defence, YOU, do not have to prove anything. If there are reasonable doubts about the accused’s guilt, then he must
What really happened on the afternoon of November 22, 1963? Why was our 35th president killed? And how was he not protected? We may never know what really happened on that horrendous afternoon. So for now former president John F. Kennedy assassination is unsolved.
This essay will assess the three possible scenarios in relation to the Assassination of President Kennedy, in Dallas, Texas in 1963. I will review the evidence in relation to Lee Harvey Oswald, the Mafia and the central intelligence Agency. To anticipate however I shall conclude that it is not possible to say beyond reasonable doubt whom the real assassin was as there is not sufficient evidence to condemn just one culprit. The American mafia is possibly one of the most likely culprits in relation to Kennedy’s death. It’s known that Joseph Kennedy had close ties to the mob from his bootlegging days during the prohibition, and it is widely suggested that John Kennedy’s 1960 election campaign enlisted the assistance of the mob with Joe Kennedy