John F. Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy Theory: Lyndon B. Johnson

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John F. Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy Theory: Lyndon B. Johnson
John F. Kennedy, the 35th United States President, was assassinated on November 22, 1963 during a parade while he and his wife were visiting Dallas, Texas. The Warren Commission has concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald, a lone shooter, was the man who committed the crime. Over the years after Kennedy’s death, people have come up with other ideas of why and how this president died. One of many conspiracies was made by his wife, Jacqueline Kennedy, saying that Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson had something to do with it. She believed that he wanted to become the president so badly that he would kill to get it. In this conspiracy, it is said that Johnson hired two men to assassinate John F. Kennedy. At least one of the gunmen was supposedly waiting in the
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Johnson theory is credible. In many video tapes of President John F. Kennedy being shot, viewers see that the bullets hit him from different angles. This must mean that there is more than one shooter, because it would be impossible for one shooter to hit Kennedy from two different angles in a moving car. Another way this theory is credible is that Johnson’s mistress, Madeleine Duncan Brown, has said that on the eve of Kennedy’s assassination, he said “After tomorrow those...Kennedys will never embarrass me again. That’s not a threat. That’s a promise.” The quote is evidence that Lyndon B. Johnson knew something about it. On the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository Building, Wallace and Oswald's fingerprints were found on a cardboard box, which shows that they were there in that building. Also, another reason this theory is credible is because of the Warren Commission. It was created by Lyndon B, Johnson, and people believe he created it to cover up his crime, and other scandals he was involved in. Over the past fifty two years, many conspiracies have been made, and this specific one can be proved to be

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