Jfk Assassination

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The John F Kennedy Assassination ! The John F. Kennedy Assassination investigators struggled to collect evidence and piece of information. Scene security was almost impossible, the collection of physical evidence was limited due to public interference. Until this day, the JFK assassination remains unsolved and is the most famous murder case that ever exists in U.S history. Looking at the investigations from the criminal justice perspectives, a conclusion to this investigation becomes almost impossible. It was one of the most professional assassinations in history. Americans don 't really know if Lee Harvey Oswald killed JFK, maybe it was an inside job from someone working inside legislation. According to Ghose (2013), "Some even say that …show more content…
Kennedy had to be a well-trained shooter. Someone perhaps with military experience because pulling three perfect shots to the President 's upper body was challenging, it would have had been hard to predict circumstances the day of the tragic incident. It happened while JFK was driving through Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, Texas with his wife and with his wife, Jacqueline, Texas Governor John Connally, and Connally 's wife. Lee Harvey Oswald was the number one suspect and is whom American thinks that killed JFK. Oswald was a U.S Marine sniper and had perfect marksmanship. Minutes after the JFK assassination, Oswald murder of police officer J.D Tippit, around the same area President john F. Kennedy go shot. To the Police and investigators, the assassination of officer J.D Tippit convinced them to believe that Oswald killed president JFK. When Oswald was questioned by authorities he denies all accusations and presented himself to the public as a "scapegoat"(someone that takes the blame for others). Two days after the JFK assassination Oswald was shot dead by Dallas club owner Jack Ruby on live television. Ruby assassination just made the JFK assassination more complex because investigators can 't Interrogate Oswald to get information and see whether or not he committed the crime. Prosecuting Oswald would have been one of the strongest sources of evidence, maybe he would have confessed the …show more content…
Some might think that someone close to him killed JFK and others believe that it was someone from another country. I think that with today 's technology the crime would have been easier to solve. In the U.S everyone is recorded, there is camera everywhere. Oswald would have never committed id it happened in this era, easily investigators would have found out who commuted the crime. The John .F Kennedy assassination was almost impossible to solve because of public interference and lack of evidence. Lee Harvey Oswald was held responsible for Kennedy 's death because of his background persona. Oswald police officer J.D Tippit and this led authorities to believe that he was responsible. Oswald was killed by Dallas club owner Jack Ruby and never prosecuted, this is a big turning point in the investigation because authorities were only dependent on Oswald 's confessions and eyewitnesses during the scene.

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