Kennedy Assassination And Jfk Assassination

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The Assassin Becomes the Assassinated
On November 22, 1963, the 35th President of the United States of America, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, is assassinated at 12:30 p.m. in Dallas, Texas, supposedly by Lee Harvey Oswald. Oswald fires three shots from a 6.5 mm Carcano Model 91/38 carbine at the President; the first shot penetrates through the President’s throat, then the second shot pierces through the head. President Kennedy is announced dead 30 minutes after the shooting. Oswald is found 20 minutes after President Kennedy’s death in a theater, where he resists arrest and yells,”Well, it’s all over now!” Two days later, after an extensive police interview, Oswald is transported down to the basement of the Dallas Police Headquarters, where he would is to be transported to an armored car and taken to a nearby county jail. Suddenly, at 11:21 p.m., Jack Ruby steps from the crowd of news reporters yelling,”Hey Oswald!,” and shoots Oswald in the chest with a .38-Caliber Colt Cobra handgun. Ruby is arrested, but later dies of bronchogenic carcinoma, commonly called lung cancer. Shorty after being arrested, Ruby tells reporters and witnesses that he has helped the city of Dallas “redeem” itself, and that he has spared,”... Mrs. Kennedy the discomfiture of coming back to
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Kennedy will remain a secret until 2017, when federal archives of the assassination are to be released. However, the government can pass as many acts as wished to further delay the release of the archives, meaning the archives may never be publicly seen. Since the Kennedy assassination, people have longed to know what really happened, which inspired books, newspaper articles, and even movies such as JFK, directed by Oliver Stone. As of now, all the media can do is speculate and wonder what happened on November 22nd, but with all the facts and evidence shown, Jack Ruby’s assassination of Lee Harvey Oswald was unjustifiable, and only served to relinquish the Kennedy

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