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    Introduction On November 11th, 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 conspiracy, there are multiple that could be possible. Clearly, I believe the assassination of JFK was a conspiracy. Government Hired Mob to Kill the President A conspiracy that i've come to create on my own is that that the assassination of John F Kennedy was the work of the Government and The Mob. I say this because of the fact that people investing in war stocks, including government officials during the last few weeks of Kennedy's life, would have lost a lot of money. The government wouldn't let themselves lose money over a war they…

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    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…

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    Kennedy passed away at Parkland Memorial Hospital shortly after he was shot at age 46. Oswald was found leaving the scene of the shooting and was later faced to police officer J.D. Tippit, who Oswald shot and killed. While Oswald was being taken to county jail on November 24, 1963, he was killed by Jack Ruby. Jack Ruby was a nightclub owner. When the authorities were preparing for Oswald to be transported by an armored car to the county jail, Ruby stepped out from a swarm of reporters and shot…

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    While the evidence might link Oswald to the assassination, and following the murder there was countless well-known motives about the assassination of JFK, such as the Communist, right-wingers, or government operatives. The only individual arrested that day and accused of killing JFK was Lee Harvey Oswald. Oswald was taken into custody and then murdered a couple of days later by Jack Ruby. Oswald claimed he was a “pawn” during his interviews with police. So today, this conspiracy still has a lot…

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    Lee Harvey Oswald had to have been part of a bigger conspiracy. There is no way that he could have done this alone. Him and Jack Ruby met in a night club 2 weeks before the assassination. Those 2 probably had something to do with the mob. Oswal´s job was to kill the president and if he did it wrong then Jack Ruby was to kill him. Jack Ruby tried to warn police to change the route of Oswald's transformation or else he wouĺd be shot but they didn't listen to him and he did end up dieing. …

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    Oswald These are reasons and facts on my understanding that Oswald was not the lone assassin, how he was part of a larger conspiracy, and how he was not completely innocent. According to The JFK Assassination, “The FBI told a man to keep quiet about one man, and the other with a gun.” I do not think that Oswald was the lone assassin because in the text a man saw two men, one a railroad worker, and one that looked like a person in a police outfit, and the FBI told that man who…

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    solider but was denied access. He had a mixed feeling for John Kennedy but never hated him. I know this is a great resource because PBS is known nationally. The writer has great creditably because he works for PBS. I think this resource is very creditable and I plan on using it. This will help me in my paper because it will represent how Oswald tried to leave the country but he was denied. He needed help and the United States would not help him out. It shows that the United States knew about…

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    What Is Jfk Assassination

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    President JFK was assassinated November 22, 1963, Dallas, Texas. He was killed with 3 sniper bullets to the back of the head by Lee Harvey Oswald when he peered the the window of a school depository and put kennedy in the sight of the scope, or that's what the government thinks. Later when Oswald was taken to the most high security prison in the world, a man stepped in front of oswald and shot him in the head, this man's name was Jack Ruby. People thought Ruby and Oswald were a part of a…

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    Because i feel as tho if there was cameras within the building they could have caught the culprit when and if it was or wasn’t Lee Harvey Oswald. Just two short days after the arrest of Oswald he was shot while he was being escorted in a Dallas police department basement by a man named Jack Ruby. Jack ruby was later sentenced to death by electric chair another way electricity played a major role during this Date and time and this happened to be the first televised courtroom verdict ever…

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    they succeeded in doing. But, notice how just after two days he was arrested he was issued a cell transfer but, the question is by whom? Because whoever decided on his cell transfer, must have also wanted to make the transfer seen to public. And, because it became a public event wouldn’t there have been security keeping order if the answer to finding out why Oswald wanted to assassinate Kennedy was so vital? But no, as seen from the video footage captured by NBC-TV you can clearly see no guards…

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