JFK Assassination Report

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On November 22, 1963, two shots struck President John Fitzgerald Kennedy and killed him during a public parade in Dallas. Two days after the assassination, the police brought Lee Harvey Oswald to the basement of the Dallas police headquarters (History). Oswald was then formally charged with assassinating the president of the United States. Additionally, former Secretary of State, John Kerry, told NBC News “To this day, I have serious doubts that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone” (“John Kerry Believes in JFK Assassination Conspiracy”). According to a poll taken in 2013, 62 percent of Americans believe the murder of President Kennedy had a broader plan behind it: another 62 percent suspect a cover-up involved in the assassination (The Washington…show more content…
The academy found a group of people they believed were capable of uncovering the truth. This group, along with other sceptics, dismissed the shots heard as crosstalk between the two devices. Claiming that one of the broadcasts were being picked up from another motorcycle 's radio. Although, before the Department of Justice hired this academy, three different investigations came to the conclusion that the audio was evidence of two gunmen. In 1979, the House Committee on Assassination released a report claiming the recording established a high probability of a second gunman. The committee hired scientists who identified four gunshots. Three coming from the direction of the Texas School Book Depository and one from the general area of the “grassy knoll.” Later on, the House Committee on Assassinations asked Bolt Beranek and Newman -- also known as BBN, a high-technology company -- to analyze to audio recording. The committee concluded a 50 percent probability a fourth gunshot came from the grassy knoll. Not to mention, investigators, Mark Weiss and Ernest Aschkenasy, from Queen’s college reviewed the recording and extended BBN’s conclusion. They claimed that the probability of another shooter was around 95 percent. The three groups gave probable evidence the video is proof of multiple gunmen, whereas one committee claims the
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