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The killing of John F Kennedy is still a mystery today It is proven that Lee Harvey Oswald was the killer but it is not understood why he did it After reading two different magazine articles on the shootings of JFK I found slight differences of bias between each other These two articles are similar in content but one was leading towards the facts found and is trying to convince people that this was exactly the way it happened The other took more of a broad approach and mentioned all the possible scenarios that could have happened The first article I read was OSWALD SHOOTS JFK which came from the magazine History Today This article was written by William Rubinstein he reported all the facts that were found in the investigation and then tried to link Oswald with a motive for killing JFK A motive was not found that is why this is one of the most unusual murders in history The evidence that was found in this case was thought to be linked to a conspiracy This idea was formed because Oswald had no problems with JFK and why would Jack Ruby follow through with killing Oswald with fifteen armed cops and seven news reporters present unless there was something to cover up Authorities later found out that Oswald had a strong dislike for John Connally Texas Governor that was sitting in front of Kennedy in the limousine If Connally was the intended victim them this would have been an open and closed investigation The intention of William Rubinstein was to report the event which happened on November 22nd 1963 He stated all the facts found within the case and presented all the possible circumstances that might of taken place on that historical day The way he presented this story to the public was different from most because he left the decision up to the reader to believe whatever made the
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