John F Kennedy Jfk Assassination Analysis

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I. Introduction When it comes to the assassination of John F. Kennedy, there are many details that are left unexplained, and as a result theories and ideas have been thought of. Is it possible that a lot of careful planning, expert marksmanship, a well-routed escape plan, and these lies were all committed by this one man we all point the finger at? Possibly, but it is highly unlikely. The issue here is that people always need someone to blame, but people must not be blinded by this need to blame someone. As great as it would be to find the person responsible and see him or her receive a nice serving of justice, the facts must be examined. The investigation of who assassinated JFK had sufficient evidence to show that Lee Harvey Oswald most…show more content…
According to the film, men, women, and children who witnessed this event died from only a couple of different causes. John McAdams of Marquette University who is very knowledgeable on the subject describes what is called a “clean up squad.” He mentions that the sole purpose of this group of people is the eliminate those who have information regarding a conspiracy (McAdams, 2016.) Many of these people who were witnesses died very tragic deaths, like from gunshot wounds, having their throats slit, or hit by vehicles (McAdams, 2016.) It cannot be by coincidence that these people holding crucial information all wound up dead shortly after. A couple examples of these deaths, according to Mu.edu, are Karyn Kupcinet, a TV host 's daughter who was overheard telling of JFK 's death prior to 11/22/63, was murdered the same month. Jack Zangretti, who expressed foreknowledge of Ruby shooting Oswald, was killed via a gunshot wound the following month. Eddy Benavides, a lookalike brother to Tippit, a shooting witness, was shot in the head a couple of months later (mu.edu, 2016.) These are just a few examples of dozens of unexplained, sad…show more content…
This included funding exiles in commando speedboat raids against Cuba. In 1975, “Clare Luce said that on the night of the assassination, she received a call from a member of a commando group she had sponsored” (Summers, 2013.) According to Luce, the caller 's name was "something like" Julio Fernandez and he claimed he was calling her from New Orleans (Gaeton, 1993.) According to Luce, Fernandez told her, "There is a Cuban Communist assassination team at large and Oswald was their hired gun” (Summers, 1998.) While it is far-fetched, if Oswald was in fact a part of some assassination team and hired as a gunman, this would explain his expert marksmanship. However, the issue with this theory that this would have been suicide for
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