Kennedy Assassination Essay Outline

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November 22, 1963 (Jennings), a day that changed American history, and a day that’s events still haunt the nation of freedom and liberty. Whether it be Jacqueline Kennedy’s pained cries or the hoodless limousine, a piece of this day in history lies in every American’s mind. The assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the thirty-fifth President of the United States of America (Bugliosi 11), to this day has several conspiracies, some disproved, and some still left for American people to ponder upon. Despite the plentiful amount of these questionable conspiracies, it is written in the Warren Commission that the monster behind the murder of the beloved leader of America was, in fact, one lone man by the name of Lee Harvey Oswald. The belief …show more content…
This also ties into the aim of shot since a rifle in this position would have been able to fire at the exact points where the shots landed.
Oswald would have had easy access to this building since he had been working there for five months prior to the assassination (Jennings). When police stormed into the building, it appeared that the only employee missing from the scene was, not shockingly, Lee Harvey Oswald. Oswald had fled the scene after hiding the rifle behind a large stack of boxes that cluttered the room (Jennings). The evidence makes it so astonishingly obvious that Oswald is the killer that it could not have been the works of another person.
The third and most appalling argument against Oswald would be his previous interactions with both attempted assassination and murder. Less than an hour after Lee’s assassination of John F. Kennedy, he murdered officer J.D Tippit. At 1:15 p.m yet another gunshot rang out through the air (Knight 3). This shot, however, did not kill a political figure. No, instead it killed an innocent man who was just doing his job. Four witnesses watched as Oswald pulled a revolver on the young policeman and shoot him three times in the chest, and then once more in the head. (Jennings) This shows how heartless and vile Oswald was. There was no need for him to take the fourth shot, but he did. Only a man of this loathsome character could perform a horrid crime like assassinating

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