The Involvement of Lee Harvey Oswald in the JFK Assassination John Fitzgerald “Jack” Kennedy was known to some Americans as one of the greatest president by far to serve office with that much attention you are bound to have some enemies throughout the world. On 26 November, 1963 Kennedy was assassinated while riding in his presidential Limousine in Dallas, Texas (Carter). Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested just forty minuets after Kennedy’s assassination for the murder of a police officer (Whalen). The Warren commission Report, an 889 page final report of the president’s assassination, reported that Lee Harvey Oswald was the one and only gunman. (“Warren”).
The question still has yet to be answered to this day. Who killed president Kennedy, and why? The Lone Gunman Theory is known to be one of the few conspiracies to fit the plot of the assassination. At 12:30, Lee Harvey Oswald fired off 3 rounds from the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository. The first shot missed Kennedy; the second bullet penetrated through him and the governor ahead.
He includes many references and photos to support his claims. One of the main reasons claimed the holocaust never happened is the survivors testimonies. None claim that bodies of their loved ones, after being exterminated in the gas chambers had and red coloring. It is proven that the body turns a red color after being subjected to carbon monoxide gas, which was used in gas chambers. There are no official autopsy reports from American doctors claiming that victims were gassed.
President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated on Friday, November 22nd 1963 at 12:30 p.m in the Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas. John Kennedy had many people with reason to kill him and in the leading six months to his death he received over 400 threats, a few of which were serious enough to change his security routine. Ultimately president Kennedy was shot in the head and throat with three bullets in his open topped car by Lee Harvey Oswald but the question that still remains today is who hired Oswald to kill JFK. The Mafia John Fitzgerald Kennedy murder may have been organized by the new Orleans mafia boss Carlos Marcello. The motive would be that despite the mafia’s major role in Kennedy getting elected, the president had Marcello deported just after he entered into office.
One shot entered his upper back, penetrated his neck, and exited his throat. (9) Lee Harvey Oswald was captured less than two hours after the assassination for allegedly killing a police officer, later that evening he was charged with the murder of President Kennedy and Mr. Tippit the police officer. (6) Oswald's case never made it to trial because two days later, while being transferred to Dallas County Jail, he was shot and killed by Jack Ruby. The official investigation was established by President Johnson on November 29th 1963, exactly one week after the assassination.
The evidence available does show signs of a conspiracy but those responsible will never admit it, so it would be almost impossible to point the figure at any one party or person as long as they deny it and the US government continues to with hold evidence from the public. Personally, despite the Oswald “lone assassin” story, I believe that the US government was ultimately responsible for the Presidents assassination and Oswald was just a patsy. Word Count: 300 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER I:
Russia’s main national interest after setting up other communist republics was to further spread communism. They went about setting up organisations such as Cominform (Communist Information Bureau) and Comecon (Council for Economic Mutual Assistance) to provide economic and military assistance to soviet satellite states. The Warsaw pact was set up in 1955 to provide a combined military force of soviet satellite states. As Eastern Europe unified as communists, Eastern Europe united with the fear of communism. The fear of the spread of communism to Western Europe caused Western European countries to join forces to stop the spread.
His harsh policy of war communism and the use of the checka in the years of the civil war, removed opposition to his power. Following the Civil War his introduction to the NEP gave the people a chance to recover from the harsh brutality’s from the civil war. However the role of Trotsky certainly contributed to the power held by the Bolsheviks and his active role in the revolution that saw the demise of the provisional government. Despite the fact that Lenin has spent much of his time in exile in Finland, when he returned in April 1917, it can be argued that he was the undisputed leader of the Bolshevik party. The April thesis was the promise of peace bread and land.
Were the Reasons for the Removal of Nikita Khrushchev as a Head of the Soviet Union Adequate? Nikita Khrushchev became First secretary of the Communist Party in 1953 after Georgi Malenkov was forced to retire. Khrushchev’s methods were generally based on Marxism-Leninism, but still different from Stalin’s; he was not so extreme and violent in his politics. Khrushchev led the Soviet Union through the Cold War, and in 1964 he was accused by the Central Committee in erratic and cantankerous behavior regarding the international affairs of the SU (Hosking, Geoffrey). The exact accusations were connected to Khrushchev’s mishandling the Cuban Missile Crisis and failure in the agricultural sector of Soviet economy (Hosking, Geoffrey).
All three of these organizations have “valid” reasons for wanted the president dead. The CIA, for one, was frustrated with JFK and possibly took it upon themselves to take care of the problem. * * The CIA was a very secretive organization in the 1960s and very little was known about their operations. However, during that time period, the CIA was widely believed to have carried out many high-profile political assassinations. Seven percent of conspiracy-loving Americans blame the Central Intelligence Agency for Kennedy's death.