Lee Harvey Oswald's Conspiracy Theories

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On the 22nd November, 1963 President John F. Kennedy was assassinated allegedly by a lone gunman by the name of Lee Harvey Oswald. Although this theory has been up held by the United States government for over half a century, as it was supported by the findings of the Warren Commission. It has not appeased the many conspiracy theories that have been proposed, they include: the single bullet theory and the grassy knoll theory. The single bullet theory refers to the second shot from Oswald’s gun that entered the President’s neck, exited his throat preceded to enter the back of the Governor exiting shattering his fifth rib and finally stopping 2 inches into the thigh of the Governor. The grassy knoll theory suggest that there was a second shooter
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