If the American government has taught its civilians anything, it is that not everything is as it seems. Appearances can be deceiving; something may look real when, in fact, it’s not. Sometimes something can be disguised well while other times the disguiser or disguisers leave behind evidence of the truth. From these clues left behind people develop conspiracy theories about what they think actually happened. Whether it was the loss of America's greatest presidents or Americans landing on the moon, conspiracy was not far behind.
In text books and all around the world it is generally accepted that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy. However, this conclusion was made without the case actually being solved. Also, when NASA first landed on the moon, several people were skeptical due to inconsistent facts. NASA's drive to beat the Russians to the moon is believed to be the motive for faking the Apollo Moon Landings. If Americans undoubtedly accept what the government calls the “truth” without questioning their logic, then what would stop them from continuing to alter the truth in other instances. This is why it is essential that Americans do not accept the single assassin theory given to us regarding John F. Kennedy's assassination or the success of the Apollo moon landings.
On November 22, 1963 John F. Kennedy as the thirty-fifth President of the United States was assassinated. To this day the American people are left with suspicious gaps toward the government explanation of his death and questions are still arise as to who was actually responsible for the assassination. A theory that has aroused is that the CIA and the FBI were linked to the assassination. Although it is a bit extreme to consider that the government would kill its own president, there are a considerable amount of reasons for their