The Involvement of Lee Harvey Oswald in the Jfk

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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”). Despite the Warren commission findings. It is unlikely that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in the assassination of John Fitzgerald “Jack” Kennedy there is a vast amount of evidence that suggests that there may have been more to this story than a “lone-gunman” committing a random act of violence. John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born the 29th of January, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts. JFK also joined the Navy in 1941 which would have made him a WW11 Veteran. On the 2nd of January 1960, John F Kennedy formally announced his candidacy. His one consistent message was: “The United States must expand its military might; the United States must increase its economic growth, and become a fully modernized county” (Shmoop 1). John F Kennedy said in his famous address: “Only a few generations have been granted the role of defending freedom in its hours of maximum danger, I do not shrink from the responsibly- I welcome it” (Shmoop 1). On 8 November 1960, Jack won the presidential election by a mere 118,000 votes (Shmoop 1). On November 22, 1963, after only one day in Dallas, Texas Jack and Jackie Kennedy were ontheir way to the Trade Mart in Dallas when John F. Kennedy abruptly got shot in an open limousine and dies almost

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