Jfk Assassanation

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First off a little info about president Kennedy. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, parents were Joseph Patrick Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald, he was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, on 29th May, 1917. His great grandfather, Patrick Kennedy, emigrated from Ireland in 1849 and his grandfathers, Patrick Joseph Kennedy and John Francis Fitzgerald, were both important political figures in Boston. Kennedy's dad was a highly successful businessman who had later served as ambassador for Great Britain (1937-40) Then on November 22, 1963, when he was hardly past his first thousand days in office, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was killed by an assassin's bullets as his motorcade wound through Dallas, Texas. Kennedy was the youngest man elected President; he was the …show more content…
They had proven to be extremely unorganised despite the fact that the President had just been murdered. The fact that interviews hadn't been recorded was one of the reasons why there was so much confusion. Yet the only excuse the Dallas police could come up with was that they couldn't find a tape recorder! The questions that were asked by the officers proved to worthless and what little records were kept are said to be inadequate. However more seriously, the Dallas police were wildly believed to be at fault for Oswalds death and even the world wide doubt over his guilt. Even though previously an attempt had been made to kill Oswald, no further security precautions had been taken to prevent this from happening again. Considering that they were holding the alleged assassin of the President in custody, the security was appalling. At the hands of Jack Ruby, one bullet had proved sufficient enough to kill Oswald. The fact that reporters were allowed to mingle around Oswald as he was escorted out of court, probably caused the death. Public access to Oswald should not have been permitted under any circumstance. Oswald was murdered in front of cameras and video footage of the incident shows that the police didn't make hardly any attempts to prevent the murder, but literally just stood there. Many people have found this to be extremely suspicious. Some believe that Jack Ruby killed Oswald to

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