John F Kennedy International Conspiracy Essay

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Was There an International Conspiracy to Assassinate John F. Kennedy? “Ask not what your country can do for you-ask what you can do for your country,” John F. Kennedy proclaimed during his inaugural address. John F. Kennedy was the thirty-fifth president of the United States. President Kennedy became the youngest United States president elected into office at the age youthful age of forty-three. Kennedy was the first Roman Catholic president after winning by a slight margin from the republic nominee Richard M. Nixon in 1960. President Kennedy was a Harvard graduate in which shortly after he joined the United States navy fighting in World War 2. President Kennedy’s main avocation while campaigning for president regarded equal rights and poverty…show more content…
Lee Harvey Oswald was clearly in agreement to Cuban viewpoints even using and alias to hide his obsession with Cuban views. Oswald identified as, “Alek J. Hidell,” among the publications he received under his alias were ,The Worker, the newspaper of the American Communist Party, as well as The Militant, the paper of the Socialist Workers Party. The rifle found in the Texas School Book Depository was linked with Oswald’s alias by the FBI. Oswald’s wife Marina once asked if he had chosen the name Hidell because of its resemblance in sound to “Fidel” as in the dictator of Cuba, Fidel Castro. Oswald “was embarrassed to be caught out, and told her to shut up,” reported Priscilla McMillan. Oswald obsession with Cuba was clear when considering a plan to hijack a plane to Cuba. Oswald clearly expressed a plan to his wife eventually she laughed the plan aside, and begging for him to find a way legally to get to Cuba. This plan eventually led to Oswald’s conspiracy with the discussions he had held with the Russian embassy in seek of gaining citizenship to Cuba which is still unknown what was discussed. Three weeks after this encounter with the Russian Embassy John F. Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald. Oswald’s unknown discussions with the Russian Embassy, supposedly regarding Cuban citizenship, leads to the theory an international influence of the assassination of President John F.
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