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The Assassination of John Fitgerald Kennedy On November 22nd John F Kenndey was shot in a presidential limousine while driving down a street in Dallas Texas He was shot three times and was killed by the last and most fatal wound a shot to the right side of the head He died in a Dallas hospital after the doctors failed to save him His alleged killer Lee Harvey Oswald was soon after apprehended and was also killed while in police custody by Jack Ruby The following facts will make it obvious that the assassination of JFK was a conspiracy and has been kept from the public for too longAlthough the president was a good man he had made enemies in Washington This list states a few things he was planning to do that some people in Washington would not of liked DROP LBJ FROM THE 64 TICKET FORCE J EDGAR HOOVER INTO EARLY RETIREMENT REPLACE THE CIA WITH A NEW AGENCY TAKE CONTROL OF THE NATIONS MONEY AWAY FROM THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS END THE OIL DEPLETION ALLOWANCE FOR TEXAN OILMAN NORMALIZE RELATIONS WITH CUBAOne might wonder if any of these things are grounds for an assassinationAnother fact that points to conspiracy is the presence of two very mysterious men The two men have been called The Umbrella Man and The Dark-complected Man The reason these men are suspicious is that as the president drove by the umbrella man pumped his umbrella almost two feet in the air and the lowered it again The first reason this is suspicious is the fact that it was a sunny day outside Another is that his umbrella was closed until the motorcade was visible from where he was standing At which point he opened it and pumped it twice in the air The second man known as the dark-complected man was deemed suspicious because of the fact that he was standing next to the umbrella man and
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