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JFK Assassination Conspiracy
Forty-four years and several months later, there still remains no clear jurisdiction of who
assassinated the thirty-fifth president on November 22
United States President, John F.
Kennedy (JFK), was shot down during a Dallas motorcade in Dealey Plaza, while promoting
himself en route for a second presidential campaign. (John F. Kennedy assassination, 2008)
Multiple theories of the killing has flowed through government and public files, yet none of
which have been proven completely true.
Although the Lone Gunman Theory, by which Lee
Harvey Oswald, a self proclaimed “patsy” sniped JFK out of a book depository window, seems
most popular and likely, yet remains completely neither invalid nor believable.
work could be a part, or complete reasoning behind the assassination, but has not been
apprehended as a major role.
On the contrary, the coup d’ etat theory, by which the United
States CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) and other associated agencies, committed internal
conspiracy theories of assassinating the president, seems more compelling and legitimate.
the real question is why would agencies that are supposed to protect the president, kill the
Multiple reports claimed John F. Kennedy was a target by over four hundred people, with
constant threats being reviewed by the Secret Service.
Although JFK was a popular president, as
helping with multiple racial and interest groups, he was also seen as a large traitor to the United
The Bay of Pigs invasion was one of Kennedy’s flaws, sending Cuban exiles back into
Cuba in attempt to overthrow Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
Yet when they arrived, there was no
military backup, and most of which were detained or killed.
This angered the CIA, who felt
betrayed by Kennedy’s decision to resist additional assistance, to a plan that was supported by