Jfk Assassination Conspiracy

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It was all over in a few seconds, but the assassination of John F Kennedy on 22 November 1963 has generated five decades of conspiracy theories. At Dallas Texas the president was shot in a motorcade. There is many conspiracy theories on how and who shot the president. There are many conspiracy cover-ups and what Oswald and Ruby were doing. There are many conspiracy theories and there is two main one that are most familiar. The first one is the grassy knoll and second the magic bullet theory. The grassy knoll is by railroad tracks. Two FBI agents saw smoke and heard the shot that came from the left. The railroad workers heard two shots from those two shots they said they saw a puff of smoke. Some people lounging at the grassy knoll also…show more content…
The CIA 's potential involvement was frequently mentioned during the 1960s and 1970s when the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was involved in plots to assassinate foreign leaders, particularly Fidel Castro. According to author James Douglass, Kennedy was assassinated because he was turning away from the Cold War and seeking a negotiated peace with the Soviet Union. Accusations and confessions of and by alleged conspirators, as well as official government reports citing the CIA as uncooperative in investigations, have at times renewed interest in these conspiracy theories. The CIA is the first main group that was investigated by the Warren Commission .There are two main people in the CIA that we think to have something to do with it. William K. Harvey was a main suspect because he was a CIA clandestine services operative who help arrange assassination plots and was also seen with Oswald(JFK assassination co-conspirators). David Shaw Sorri who was the Warren Commission chief staff investigator. Was not surprised that McCone had personally held so much information about John F. Kennedys assassination and plots for Castro (The CIA Director part of the JFK assassination cover-up). McCone´s report might suggest a new openness by the CIAs involvement in JFKS assassination (The CIA Director part of the JFK assassination cover-up). McCone did not want to kill Castro at all. Allen Dulles was setting a plot to kill Castro like the president told him to but then McCone…show more content…
John Edgar Hoover was the first Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation of the United States. Hoover was thought to be involved because he was good friends with Lyndon b. Johnson (JFK assassination co-conspirators). Hoover was also a master at blackmail and he also had a lot of dirt on JFK to protect his vital interest (the suspect). Hoover abused his power of lead FBI as he did not agree on everything JFK said or did (the suspects). Hoover was at the pre -assassination final meeting of conspirators. At the home of Clint Murchison of Dallas Texas on November 21 ,1963. The night before the assassination happened (JFK assassination co-conspirators). Hoover ran the main investigation and he either covered for him or Lyndon B. Johnson (Sheila 29). Kennedy and Hoover did not get on, but that is hardly a credible reason for one to kill the other. The FBI was not under any threat from the Kennedy administration. Hoover’s only plausible motive was that he may have feared that Kennedy would force him out of office when he reached the mandatory retirement age of 70 in 1965. The FBI’s lack of willingness to investigate the assassination does not imply that it or its director were involved in the crime (22 November
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