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The Assassination of John F Kennedy Over thirty years ago John F Kennedy was assassinated He was supposed murdered by Lee Harvey Oswald Many suspect differently What does the proof say What proof is real Who can we trust On November 22 1963 President Kennedy arrived in Dallas Texas He was touring the United States as part of his campaign to run for president in 1964 The motorcade left the airport A short time later when the limousine was traveling through Dealey Plaza a shot rang out Then two or three more shots were fired The president and the governor were both wounded One half hour later the president was announced dead The authorities immediately began questioning eyewitnesses and then started to search for the assassin or any trail he left behind Patrolmen JD Tippit and MN MacDonald were following the suspect behind a theatre Officer Tippit opened fire and the suspect later identified as Lee Harvey Oswald returned fire killing officer Tippit instantly After Oswald was subdued he was taken to the police station were he was interrogated immediately Oswald denied having anything to do with the murder of John Kennedy but Captain Will Fritz was quoted saying He hasnt admitted anything yet but he looks like a good suspect Oswald was to be moved to a state prison to wait to be tried for the assassination of the president Before he could be safely away Jack Ruby cane up to him and fired on him at point blank range killing him in front of hundreds of reporters This was also on live television but what connection does Jack Ruby have to the assassination Lee Harvey Oswald the man charged with killing the thirty-eighth president of the United States The question why did he do it Or did he do it Lee Harvey Oswald was an ex-marine said to be at a medium level of proficiency with a rifle when he was
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