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1 RUNNING header The Assassination of John F. Kennedy LiQuita L. Hall The Assassination of John F. Kennedy HIST102 Professor Wendy Bryant June 16, 2011
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2 RUNNING header The Assassination of John F. Kennedy The questions still exists today. Why and who did this attack. These are the questions that have plagued the minds of many. Will these questions ever be answered? I do not know but this paper will discuss the day of his assassination, the untold details about the assassination, and who had a real motive to murder President John F. Kennedy. Some believe that it was a higher power that had this assassination done, due to untold evidence. The killing of this President was brutal, therefore not necessary; however, was it a conspiracy or a single gunman. Who was responsible for murdering John F. Kennedy? This inquiry is to be said to be mysterious in some people eyes. President Kennedy shooting had a scheme and it enfolded into this plan that sheltered a riddle of conspiracies. The main question is can the citizens on this earth soberly believe what the United States government has to say about the person who killed Kennedy. The government is relaying to the citizens killing was done by Lee Harvey Oswald . In other words, Oswald solely murdered the United States President of America. But do we have evidence to prove this fact? No. But data shows that it could be likely that the Agency of Central Intelligence may have to do with the involvement in the death of the Kennedy. 1 Each and every detail proposes that the killing was not and could not be the toil of one individual known as Oswald along with a superior authority. Within a thousand days into the presidency of his term, President Kennedy was gun down in the Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas. The day was November 22 nd 1963 while President Kennedy traveled through Dallas on a tour to do a speech. President Kennedy knew that the trip was and 1 1 Bothmer, Bernard. "Oliver Stone's JFK: Political Assassination, Kennedy, and Vietnam." War, Literature & the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities 17, no. 1/2 (November 2005): 242-251.
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3 RUNNING header The Assassination of John F. Kennedy could be very dangerous and the people of Dallas were not liked by him but, nevertheless, he made the decision to make the trip. Kennedy believed that this was an opportunity to expand his fame and improve the status that he had in the South. When President Kennedy got off Air Force One, he was accompanied to a limousine then escorted to a building called the Trade Mart to do a conference. 2 The course that had been planned was changed without noticed and things began to take a turn for the worse. This is when the car Kennedy was riding in began to slow down to 15 miles per hour proceeding down Elm Street. One the car made it middle ways down Elm Street, at just about 12:30pm, there were four shots fired. This is when Kennedy was hit first in his esophagus, in which it was the throat; the other bullet went all the way through Governor Connally torso then through his left wrist. Nevertheless, the
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