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The JFK Assassination Conspiracy or Single-gunman Adolf Hitler the Nazi dictator of Germany during World War II once said The bigger the lie the more people will believe it Although this may sound ludicrous we can see many example of this in the worlds history One example would have to be the John Fitzgerald Kennedys assassination For over thirty years the people of the United States were led to believe that a single gunman shot and killed Kennedy in Dallas on November 22 1963 at 1230 pm Maybe they were wrongAccording to the old facts regarding the case of the JFK assassination a single gunman killed Kennedy On November 22 1963 at 1230 pm CST Central Standard Time Kennedy was riding in an open limousine through Dallas Texas At this time Kennedy was shot in the head and neck by a sniper He was then taken to Parkland Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead Later police arrested Lee Harvey Oswald a former US Marine at a nearby theater By the next morning Oswald was booked for the murder of President John F Kennedy Two days later Jack Ruby a Dallas nightclub owner killed Oswald while he was being moved from the city to the county jail At a glance the above story sounds as if this should be an open-and-shut case After all according to the facts above Oswald must have killed Kennedy However you must take a closer look at this case Many people who witnessed the murder of John F Kennedy dispute the facts above saying that they heard shots from places besides the book depository and other things that may contradict what is stated above One of these witnesses Abraham Zapruder captured the entire assassination on his Bell and Howell eight-millimeter movie camera This movie cleverly called
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