Ruby, who was immediately detained, claimed that rage at Kennedy's murder was the motive for his action. Some called him a hero, but he was nonetheless charged with first-degree murder. With all this evidence on Lee Harvey Oswald he must have been the one who killed Kennedy right? But what about all the other conspiracy’s? And why did Jack Ruby kill Oswald?
But Jack Ruby, who was acquainted with the Mafia, silenced Oswald before he had the chance to tell his side of the story, before Oswald was indicted or tried. With the excuse ‘to spare Jacqueline Kennedy the trial’, he shot down Oswald and thereby the evidence against the
There is a lot of evidence supporting the Mafia’s involvement. In 1979 the House Select Committee on Assassinations determined that JF Kennedy’s murder was probably the result of a conspiracy. They locked the record away for 50 years and then the release date was changed to 2017 as a result of the JKF act of 1992. Validity of Claims: The web page contains a lot of specific details some of which are supported with sources and others which aren’t. Strengths and Weaknesses: Web page has a lot of information.
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'.
Galan also was becoming became popular for his open criticism and complains for of the drug cartels' violence. He had promised to extradite the drug dealers to the United States and decided to run for the presidential elections of 1987, [Therefore, he became a president candidate for the presidency in 1986,] but his political standards led to his death because the drug dealers murdered him in the same
At Harrelson's trial, Joe Chagra, the brother of the man who was believed to have hired Harrelson, testified that Harrelson was given the contract to kill Judge Wood after he claimed to have participated in the JFK assassination. Indicted along with Harrelson in the plot to kill Judge Wood was the brother of New Orleans crime boss Carlos Marcello, who was one of the Mafia figures identified by the Select Committee as possibly having been involved in the assassination of President Kennedy. Researcher Gary Mack asked an anthropologist to compare photos of the tall tramp with pictures of Harrelson. The anthropologist
The intended animosity and hunger for retribution against Cuba from the American public was to serve as the justification necessary for a declaration of war. The operation had the backing of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and was green-lit for execution, but fortunately, it was rejected by President Kennedy when the plans reached his desk inside the oval office. Although Operation Northwoods never fully came to fruition, it is extremely important to note that a plan so diabolical and nefarious was ever conceived in the first place The knowledge of Operation Northwoods has only recently came to light, and more information like it is coming out now with alarming
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
Who killed JFK? The assassination of President John F. Kennedy on 22nd November 1963 threw shock-waves throughout the country and the world. Immediately allegations were made and opinions decided. However, conspiracy theories became increasingly popular due to the uncertain nature of the assassination, the suspicious events after the killing and the multiple conflicting eyewitness accounts. 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.
In 1963, on November 22, President John F. Kennedy rode in a motorcade along with Governor Connally of Texas and both men’s wives. Idanell Connally, the governor’s wife, turned to Kennedy as they passed the Texas Schoolbook Depository and said, “Mr. President, you can't say that Dallas doesn't love you.” Kennedy replied, “That’s obvious,” before being fatally shot (JFK). Something that is not obvious, though, is who fired these shots, and why it was done. To figure out the true assassin and the motive behind the murder, Lyndon B. Johnson, Kennedy’s successor as President of the United States, instated the Warren Commission, a board of 7 men whose job was to investigate and report upon the assassination of Kennedy.