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    then origionally think that Lee Harvey Oswald was not a lone killer because it would be virtually impossible to fire four shots all at once, two of which were fired at the same time We believe that Oswald fired a blank to get the attention and the blam. The packet says that “ He saw one of the men take a gun apart and place it in a toolbox.” this shows that there was more than one person involved. We think that Jack Ruby was part of The Mob. He thought that Oswald was going to rat them out. He

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    About Lee Harvey Oswald and the Killing of John F. Kennedy One of our U.S presidents was killed by Lee Harvey Oswald on November 22, 1963 In Dallas, Texas. This president was John F. Kennedy but how exactly did Oswald do this? The killer Lee Harvey Oswald was was strong in Communism. He also did not like what Kennedy was doing with the U.S. Although Oswald didn’t like Kennedy there really wasn’t a motive to kill Kennedy. Oswald lived here in the U.S with his wife. He did a

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    Lee Harvey Oswald Oswald is one of the most recognizable names in history, the one man alone assassinated John F. Kennedy, president of The United States in 1963. Life for this man is up for question but some facts are known about Oswald, such as his childhood and teenage life. The secret life this man had was very off putting but helped investigative forces the reasoning behind him killing JFK. During Oswald's childhood people that knew him would describe Oswald as uneasy or temperamental. In

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    people say that there was another person involved in another build. The killer Lee Harvey Oswald who was an american sniper. Is it conspiracy or actual true that it was a lone gunman? Many articles, book, and people say it was a conspiracy by the FBI which I agree for many reason. The reason why I agree it was a conspiracy is because in one article I read it said “Using acoustic evidence it concluded that Oswald "probably did not act on his own" and that a second gunman was operating from a

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    be explaining where I stand on the case of Lee Harvey Oswald. I will be giving my prior beliefs to having watched the trial with the class and will discuss how the trial impacted where I stand now. I will be stating the process it took for me to be where I am at now in the case of Lee Harvey Oswald. I will also be giving the evidence and reason I believe what I believe on this trial and how it all fits in like a puzzle. I believe that Mr. Lee Harvey Oswald is an innocent man and that he did not murder

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    the fact that one of the most notable events in the modern American history was created by an insignificant person; Lee Harvey Oswald remains very peculiar. There are as many as 61% believes that not only Lee Harvey Oswald who participated in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. (Swift, 2013) This literature review will consist of the reasons that could have triggered Lee Harvey Oswald to assassinate John F. Kennedy; evidences could have been tampered or ignored by the Warren Commission during their

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    Assassination Conspiracy Theory: Lyndon B. Johnson John F. Kennedy, the 35th United States President, was assassinated on November 22, 1963 during a parade while he and his wife were visiting Dallas, Texas. The Warren Commission has concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald, a lone shooter, was the man who committed the crime. Over the years after Kennedy’s death, people have come up with other ideas of why and how this president died. One of many conspiracies was made by his wife, Jacqueline Kennedy, saying that

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    assassinate on November 22, 1963; On his way to deliver a speech to the people of Texas, told by The Official Government Version of the warren commission report. This is JFK, a president betrayed. Kennedy was shot by a lone gun man by the name of Lee Harvey Oswald shot and killed president John F. Kennedy. On this day we lost a true American hero, from his quotes that our still used today to the

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    Kennedy was unjust because the citizens elected him to office, however Lee Harvey Oswald decided to kill him based on the late President’s political actions. Kennedy was shot on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas while on a motorcade in an open-top convertible (“John F. Kennedy Assassinated” 1). During the route, the car passed the Texas School Book Depository Building where Lee Harvey Oswald took the shots fatally wounding Kennedy. Oswald also injured Governor Connally with one of the three shots he took

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    knows what actually happened to JFK. Was Lee Harvey Oswald the lone killer or was he just one of multiple shooters in this assassination. There are millions of conspiracies that people believe. I’m going to tell you the conspiracy I believe and why. I think that Lee Harvey Oswald was framed by the government. If JFK was shot multiple times from different ways and 2 shots were shot at the exact same time how would Oswald be the only shooter? Also, Oswald was eating on the second floor when the police

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    came to the conclusion that President John F. Kennedy was shot by a lone shooter acting on his own, Lee Harvey Oswald. Zirbel’s conspiracy theory insists that at least two shooters were involved. Johnson had ties to the Mafia and the CIA, and he hired members of these groups to perform the assassination. These shooters fired at the President’s motorcade multiple times from a hidden grassy area. Oswald could not have acted alone because from his position, it would have been near impossible to make a

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    concluded that suspect Lee Harvey Oswald worked alone in the assassin and was capable of committing the crime (“Was Oswald an FBI Agent,”

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    for the murder, Lee Harvey Oswald, was also assassinated two days after the killing of John F. Kennedy. Lee Harvey Oswald’s assassination by Jack Ruby was unjustified because he did not have the ability to defend himself, however, the killing of Oswald exposed the idea that the assassination was a much more organized plan to end JFK’s presidency. It had been only 48 hours and 7 minutes since the assassination of John F. Kennedy when nightclub owner Jack Ruby killed Lee Harvey Oswald. In these short

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    bigger plot, and that Lee Harvey Oswald was not a lone gunman. Who do they think is to blame for his death? Numerous conspiracy theories linked to John F. Kennedy Jr.’s life and assassination has left people with questions regarding the decisions made during his presidency and the true reason for his death. John F. Kennedy Jr.’s life and presidency were very influential. On January 20, 1961JFK was elected as President of the United States. He was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas, Texas, on

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    fifty two years people still do not know what happened to John F. Kennedy. There are so many theories about the truth and what happened on that day yet no one knows the truth. People think that JFK died to every possible outcome there is to Lee Harvey Oswald did it to his own wife killing him. There are so many ideas but how can you narrow it down to a few people when only a third of the population is still alive when the assassination happened. While JFK was doing everything he could do to keep

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    Kennedy. The press and C.I.A place Lee Harvey Oswald for the blame. I don’t think he was the only one involved. First,we need to talk about the bullet. According to Warren Commission, was investigating the assassination and concluded the bullet changed direction after exiting Kennedy’s throat and curved and hit Texas Governor John Connaly (picture). There was no damage in the limo, so the bullet didn’t ricochet in the limo. So, did it curve? Like i said previously Lee was probably wasn’t the only one

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    loved not just him, but his young family, too.(Freidel) Although, the Assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, justified in his own mind the reason for the murder of a popular president, most if not all Americans felt that it was a cruel and senseless act. President Kennedy accomplished great things, and remodeled

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    although seriously wounded, Governor Connally would recover. Police had arrested Lee Harvey Oswald, a recently hired employee at the Texas School Book Depository. He was being held for

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    hit him in the neck. Lee Harvey Oswald was charged with the murder of John F. Kennedy and J.D. Tippit. John F. Kennedy was our 35th president and J.D. Tippit was a Dallas policeman that was there when Kennedy was killed and he was murdered himself by Lee Harvey Oswald. A presidential commission led by Chief Earl Warren said that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. Even though there were not any photos proving who killed Kennedy there was a lot of evidence proving that it was Oswald and I agree it was him

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    Killing Kennedy Summary

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    would sleep with many other women while president and being married the mentioning of this in the book is all over the book in different sections of the book. Another thing that i learned is Oswald 's motivation for killing kennedy he said he wanted to be great this is mentioned on page 248 its says Oswald doesn 't hate the president as a matter of fact he likes the president but he wants to be a great man and what other way to be great other than killing the greatest president of this nation

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