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John Fitzgerald Kennedy

  • Date Submitted: 06/20/2011 05:52 PM
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Who killed John Fitzgerald Kennedy? The J.F.K Assassination is a conspiracy wrapped in a conspiracy. Can the people of the world serious accept what the U.S government has told them - Lee Harvey Oswald single handily killed the President of the U.S.A? Evidence shows that it seems possible that the CIA could have been involved in the president's death? All the facts say that this assassination was not the work of one but a higher power, one who had faked photos and successfully cover-up the assassination until this very day.

John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, on May 29, 1917. Graduating from Harvard in 1940, he entered the Navy. On his return from the war, John F. Kennedy became a democratic congressman for the Boston area, and in 1953 he advanced to the Senate. 1961 JFK was appointed President of the United States of America.

No more than 4 years into John F. Kennedy's presidency, he was assassinated in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas. Apparently by Lone Gunman, Lee Harvey Oswald.

It was the 22nd of November 1963, when President Kennedy was travelling through Dallas on a speech. The president had previously been warned that the people of Dallas disliked him, and that the trip would be dangerous. Despite these warning, JFK saw it as a way to gain popularity and enhance his standing in the Southern states.
As President Kennedy disembarked Air Force One, he was escorted into an open limousine 2nd from the front of the Motorcade, where he was to be driven to a conference in the Trade Mart Building. The original route of the Motorcade was to travel straight down Main Street and into their intended destination. But, on the day of the assassination, the Motorcade made a very sharp 90 degree turn from Main, to Houston street, where the car was slowed down to 25 m/ph, then another sharp turn from Houston, to Elm street, whereby the car was slowed right down to 15 m/ph. Near halfway down Elm street, at approximately 12:31pm, 4 shots were...


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