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Was The Assassination of Lee Harvey Oswald Justified?
The assassination of Lee Harvey Oswald was not justified because there’s not a sufficient amount of evidence to prove he’s guilty; however, he may have been involved in killing one of the most beloved presidents in U.S. history. Kennedy’s assassination happened on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas while he was being driven through crowds of people waiting eagerly to catch a glimpse of their president. Suddenly, three gunshots rang out, sparking chaos. People scattered, screaming for loved ones and desperately searching for cover. However, it didn’t take people long to realize who the victim had been. Their beloved president was slumped over lifelessly on his wife’s shoulder. Soon, the prime suspect, Lee Harvey Oswald was spotted at a movie theatre by Officer Tippit. The officer told Oswald to freeze but Oswald pulled out his gun, shot, and killed Tippit (Pietrusa, 29). Soon afterwards, Oswald had been surrounded in the theater. He shouted “This is it!” and attempted to shoot the more officers. After successfully disarming Oswald, police managed to arrest him. Two days later, Lee Harvey Oswald was being transferred when Jack Ruby burst through the crowd and shot him in the chest.
The assassination of Lee Harvey Oswald was not
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After all, it had to take professionals to pull off an assassination that even the CIA and FBI had a difficult time with. Apparently, the Warren Commission was published to give Americans closure, and the findings from the CIA’s and FBI’s later investigations were kept hidden from the public. Anyways, the claim that the three shots came from the eastern-most south-facing window on the 6th floor of the Texas Book Depository was contradicted by medical and photographic evidence (Lee Harvey Oswald: Guilty or Not

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