JFK Speech - Name: Heather Fackelman General Purpose: to...

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Name: Heather Fackelman General Purpose: to persuade Specific Purpose: to persuade the audience that John F. Kennedy was not shot by a lone gunman Central Idea: John F. Kennedy could not have shot by a lone gunman based on the medical evidence, eye witness accounts, and the Single Bullet Theory.
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INTRODUCTION I. in JFK’s shoes A. November 22, 1963 B. Dallas, Texas 1. motorcade Dealey 2. sunny a. no bubble top b. less protected C. Police 1. car behind 2. 8 agents 1. Depository right a. 7 story b. orange warehouse 2. grassy knoll left E. shot 1. hands neck 2. stiffen 3. forward 4. wife’s lap F. limousine 1. Parkland Hospital 2. pronounced dead 1 PM II. Warren Commission A. Appointed by Johnson B. Investigate C. findings: VISUAL AID!!!
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1. Lone gunman 2. Lee Harvey Oswald 3. 3 shots D. discrepancies 1. altered testimonies 2. interrogations not recorded 3. deaths a. witnesses disagreed b. died III. Central Idea A. medical evidence B. eye witness accounts C. single bullet theory
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I. The medical evidence of the case helps prove that Kennedy could not
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2008 for the course SPCM 101 taught by Professor Lefever during the Fall '07 term at Montclair.

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