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Lee Harvey Oswald LHO had company on the grassy knoll or inside Texas Book Depository Building on November 22nd 1963 at Dallas Texas when President John Fitzgerald Kennedy JFK was assassinated Lee Harvey Oswald was almost certainly not the lone assassin and possibly not even the shooter at all Lee Harvey Oswald was a fall guy meant to look guilty by a bigger conspiracy that has lived for almost five decadesVarious experts place LHO anywhere between one hundred and seventy five foot and two hundred and sixty five foot from President Kennedy JFK in his limo General consensus has LHO two hundred and twenty five foot from JFK at the time of the shooting a 75 yard touch down pass away Add to the mix LHO was reportedly six stories above ground in a sixth floor Dallas Schoolbook Depository window Next JFKs motorcade was moving at a speed of fifteen miles per hour about the speed of a brisk run or the posted speed limit in downtown Corydon In addition there were six people in JFKs limo and all were moving waving to and greeting a large crowd of people lining the motorcade route on a bright sunny day JFK and the other five occupants of the limo were a moving target for at least three city blocks LHO allegedly used a 65 mm Carrcano rifle to kill JFK Experts at the time called the rifle 1950s technology and cast serious doubt as to whether it was accurate enough to complete such a task The rifle was equipped with a scope for a left handed shooter even though it was widely accepted that LHO was right handed A duplicate enviornment was set up in an attempt to proovedisproove to the Warren Commission that LHO was the lone shooter after many attempts could NOT reproduce the Kill Shot from the Carrcano rifleFinally after
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