Lee Harvey Oswald's Single Bullet Theory

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November 22, 1963, Dallas Texas. The day America’s 35th president was assassinated and the day that some of the most known conspiracy theories began to circulate. Was he shot by a single person or was there more than one shooter? American’s have been obsessed with finding a solution to this unanswered question. According to a poll conducted, author Jeffrey Goldberg states that 61 percent of American’s believe that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone. Even the Secretary of State, John Kerry stated in an interview with CNS reporters that he seriously doubts that Lee acted alone. Oswald was not a quality marksman, there is no definitive notion as to why he committed his crime, and the single bullet theory has been proven to be highly unlikely.
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