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On November 22 1963 the President of the United States John Fitzgerald Kennedy was gunned down by rifle-fire as he rode in a motorcade through Dallas Dealey Plaza The events of that day of chaos in Texas have turned out to become one of the most debated cases in modern history Still today researchers and investigators have yet to reach a conclusion on exactly what happened amid all the frenzy in Dealey Plaza There still remain several theories and unanswered questions that keep Americans guessing Who killed our thirty fifth President This is what I am here to talk about There are many theories and explanations of who did it but I will only be explaining three of them First I will talk about the Warren Commission and their theory Second I will talk about the Assassination Committee and their theory And third I will talk about the Cuban exiles My first point that I would like to discuss is the Warren Commission Many people thought the debate was settled when the Warren Commission headed by Chief Justice Earl Warren brought forth the findings of their nine month investigation of the death of the President The Warren Commission was a special group of investigators set up to find the answers to what happened on that fateful November day in 1963 The commission consisted of senators congressman and other government officials They were to find out if Lee Harvey Oswald had indeed acted alone or if other groups were involved in the murder of Americas 35th President Prior to his own death Oswald had neither admitted his own involvement nor implicated any other persons in the assassination of the President The commission investigated each rumor and allegation linking Oswald to a conspiracy which has come to its attention regardless of source They explored the details of Lee Harvey Oswalds activities and life especially in the months preceding the assassination in order to develop and investigative
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