No just a lone assassin, but he had others working with him. It is tough and almost impossible from the situation given that he was working alone especially with only 3 known bullets fired to have hit the president and other man multiple times. There is a chance he was working alone but to me it seems very unlikely. Jack Ruby also could have played a role in the assassination. He has an alibi as being a strong supporter of Kennedy and murdered Oswald out of frustration and rage, but we cannot rule out other possibilities.
Even though the case went down in the records as an assassination, still many people believe that Oswald was not working alone, or that he was just the fall guy. A majority of the public believes the assassination of President John F. Kennedy was part of a larger conspiracy, not the act of one individual. I agree with these statements, I believe that Oswald was certainly not acting alone. Unfortunately, there was never a chance to ask questions to the suspect itself; Oswald was assassinated by Jack Ruby on November 24 1963, 2 days after the JFK assassination and all the secrets that he held have gone with him. This essay is about that theory which I personally believe is right, one which is most reliable and convincing to me.
The police tapes, on which a fourth shot was heard, did not check out. The police man was not at the place that he needed to be for the shot to be heard. Thus disproving the Grassy Knoll Theory. The many theories of President Kennedy’s assassination have now been proven. Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in his actions.
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 we did not have the technology that we have today. And despite that, the autopsy that was done to Kennedy was a military autopsy and was done by two military personnel who weren’t trained to do it. The fingerprints that were found on the rifle
Assassination of John F. Kennedy. Who killed JFK? using sources, evaluate the possible motive and opportunity for three different individuals/groups. (1200 words) By Rose Bowland The assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy occurred in November of 1963 but the evidence still continues to confuse historians and investigators. Lee Harvey Oswald's motive was apparent but not the best and his opportunity was also very limited.
There are many speculations as to how and why President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Some believe that it was the work of Lee Harvey Oswald. Others believe that the CIA played a part in the former President’s assassination. It all comes down to questions. What really happened on the afternoon of November 22, 1963?
Over the years, several conspiracy theories have been thought up because of some serious question marks in the Warren Commission’s reports and the members of the Warren Commission themselves. For example, the commission claimed that Oswald acted alone and that there was no evidence that he was involved in any conspiracy to assassinate the president. However, the shots alone that Oswald supposedly took himself were extremely difficult shots that Oswald could not have taken. Oswald reportedly took three shots from a window overlooking the parade within seven seconds striking the president all three times. These same shots were replicated by top snipers in the marines whom were not able to make the shots Oswald did.
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.
Frustrated and angry, Haller meets up with Roulet while he is playing a round of golf, has a sit down and questions everything that he was told. Roulet admits to the knife being his and points out that he had stated that the original picture of the other knife wasn’t his, which was true and that he still stands by the fact that he is innocent. He explains that he was given the knife by his mother after he had found her bound and beaten after being raped when she had showed a house in Beverly Hills. He carries the knife with him all the time but never shows it to anyone and never takes it out. He also comes clean to having frequented Ms. Campo before but this time she was the one that solicited him.