John F. Kennedy assassination Essay | Essay

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JFK: Assassination or Conspiracy?

Summary: Analyzes the assassination of American president John F. Kennedy Jr. Examinesthe many different conspiracies that circled around his death. Questions if Lee Harvey Oswald was truly the sole assassin.
One of the greatest Presidents of the post-WWII era was John Fitzgerald Kennedy. His presidency was short lived however, because on November 22, 1963 he was violently and abruptly gunned down in Dallas, Texas while attending a local parade. To many, Lee Harvey Oswald was, and still is the sole assassin. To brave others who dare to challenge a democracy, it was all just a conspiracy.

It was a sunny day in Dallas, Texas. A day made for a parade. The President was sitting calmly beside his wife. Waving to the young children and nodding to the great people of this country. To the immediate front of him was the Governor Connally. They made their way down the streets. Soon they came to an almost 90 degree turn which was designated as an alternate route. Shortly after the turn was made gunfire was heard. The president and governor had both been...

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