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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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    The Assassination of the Duchess Anastasia What does it take to bring down the Tsar of Russia? Maybe killing him, or even his family. No matter how innocent his family is they have to die. Does that sound right? Is it right? Well it isn't! Yet it still happened. Specifically, his daughter, the Duchess Anastasia who was on 17 when she died. And the way she was killed was so horrible and unbelievable it gets you thinking, was she in any way guilty. The assassination of Anastasia was unjust…

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    The JFK Assassination

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    When it come to the JFK case two things are clear. First, on November 22, 1963 President John F. Kennedy was assassinated and second the assassination took place in Dallas Texas. The rest has been up for debate for over 50 years. In 1964, one year after the president’s death the Warren Report concluded that there had been a lone shooter. One individual, Lee Harvey Oswald, killed President Kennedy. The Report also concluded that Oswald acted alone and was not part of a conspiracy. However, in…

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    This Dark, evil place will be her grave. At least, that’s what they said. The Mysterious Man, however, has told the captured woman differently. He promised a freedom with one simple task. All she must do is defeat the three champions; Agor, Bheithir, and the worst one, death himself. The near pitch black cell was torture. It was of the purest stone, forged by the giants themselves. There was only one crack, one tiny spot where light could seep through. One tiny spot where she may get water…

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    1963 the 35th President Of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated. Lee Harvey Oswald was the prime suspect in President Kennedy’s assassination but was soon “assassinated” himself by Jack Ruby. Because of his sudden death, Oswald was never able to tell his story, however there are many ideas on who killed the President. Many say it was a conspiracy and some say it was Oswald alone. I personally believe Kennedy’s death was a conspiracy. Although, I believe it was a…

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    Did He or Did He Not? Topher Throckmorton Did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone in the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy (also known as JFK)? I personally think that he was not alone and that there was a conspiracy. The three main reasons why I think there was a conspiracy is because one he couldn’t have come up the whole assassination by himself, two is that someone had told him when JFK was getting closer to where he was shot, and three is that someone had to of been around JFK…

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    Research and communication task The Warren Commission was official commission established by President Lyndon B Johnson to investigate the assassination of President John F Kennedy by Lee Harvey Oswald on November 22, 1963. President Lyndon B Johnson appointed the commission to investigate how and why he was killed. He demanded the commission to have included the attendance, testimony of witnesses and also the production of evidence which occurred on the 22nd of November, 1963. The official…

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    coverage played an influential role in the way Americans remember and think about the assassination President Kennedy. However, Monsky argues that the continuous media coverage of the President shapes the views regarding the assassination of the Kennedy. According to Monsky (5) newspapers such as the “Dallas Times Herald” published the primary motorcade routes President Kennedy would use through downtown Dallas before his trip. As such, the assassin got prior information on specific areas to…

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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,…

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    On the twenty second of November 1963, the 35th president of the United States John F Kennedy was assassinated before his third year in office. The gruesome and unexpected act took place in Dallas Texas, as the president traveled in a four-door convertible limousine. Along with him, his wife Jackie, Texas governor John Connally, and Connally wife Nellie traveled. The meeting was to discuss conflicts in the democratic party between liberal Ralph Yarborough and Don. At 12:30 pm the president was…

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