Jfk Conspiracy Theories

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The role of “conspiracy theories” in the debate on the assassination of John F. Kennedy has influenced the debate immensely. The role of “conspiracy theories” in the debate on the assassination can bee seen in the fact that a vast majority of writings on the assassination of JFK focus on either proving or disproving the many “conspiracy theories” and the “conspiracy theories” themselves. To understand the full picture it is important to grasp an idea of the status quo during the time between the President and C.I.A. Further more, it is also important to focus on John F. Kennedy and organised crime relationship. These “conspiracy theories” involving the CIA and organised crime show how the “conspiracy theories” influence the debate.

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This is evident with the C.I.A. A “conspiracy theory” surrounding the assassination of JFK alleges that the C.I.A were involved. The President and the CIA had a particularly tense relationship, notably due to the Bay of Pigs invasion failure. The Bay of Pigs invasion hoped that by sending exiled forces to create an uprising …show more content…
He also told sources in the Ku Klux Klan “don’t worry about Oswald he doesn’t know anything” . The CIA “conspiracy theory” has directly influenced the debate of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. This is evident in Patrick Nolan’s book, which has influenced the debate immensely by suggesting CIA involvement. Furthermore, Don Adam’s book suggests that the CIA weren’t involved and instead that Joseph Milteer was the main suspect. These two theorists have proven that the CIA “conspiracy theory” has influenced the debate immensely. The “conspiracy theories” have influenced the debate immensely as the main focus of the debate is the “conspiracy theories” and people’s perspective on “conspiracy theory”. This is evident with the organised crime “conspiracy theory” which alleges that the organised crime were involved. The President and organised crime had a particularly tense relationship, notably after John F. Kennedy’s election. There are allegations that John F. Kennedy election was a fraud with the help of mobster Sam Giancana who allegedly sabotaged the 1960 West Virginia primary. Evidence of the allegations are prominent in a 2009 interview with Tina Sinatra, daughter of Kennedy’s friend Frank Sinatra. Tina Sinatra informed the TV program “60

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