Research Paper On John F Kennedy

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Monica Frackowiak Rhetoric 102-001 Paper #3 Who killed JFK? John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22,1963. One of the most controversial events to occur. JFK’s assassination spurred plenty of assumptions and conspiracies on what occurred. Years have past, and individuals are still trying to put together the information on who actually killed John. F Kennedy.Who killed kennedy? Was Lee Harvey Oswald a lone gunman?Were shots fired from the “grassy knoll”.Was the mafia involved? Did the government try covering up what actually occurred? There are more than a few popular conspiracy theories on how JFK was assassinated, speculations of who maybe was involved. Although the warren commision came to the conclusion that Oswald acted alone. The Warren commission 's decided to not look further into the murder case of John.F kennedy, this led to individuals carrying out all sorts of John.F kennedy assassination theories to circulate. On November 22,1963 at the Dealey plaza in Texas, John.F Kennedy was riding in the back of a moving vehicle …show more content…

According to Dr. McClelland John F.Kennedy’s wounds clearly show he was not only shot by Lee.Harvey Oswald. The grassy knoll is where individuals believe the real killer shot from, opposed to the sixth floor depository. Amanda Onion, author for ABC news, states that Donald Thomas an author of the report that explains“The gunshot-like shots occur synchronous with the time of the shooting” states the study analyzes recordings made on two police channels on the day of the assassination in 1963. One was recorded when a motorcycle policeman in the president 's motorcade inadvertently left a microphone on his vehicle switched on. Analysis of this channel later revealed a gunshot like sound coming from the region of the grassy knoll”. Thomas explains that a previous analysis done in 1982 by the national research council failed to correctly combine the two recordings which led to the dismissal of the gun like sound from the

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