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JFK assassination - different theories and the evidence.
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The warren report was inaccurate in its findings that that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone gunman and killer of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, President of the United States.
Stunned into silence, time ceased, history awakened, a malevolent cruel execution was evoked on November 22, 1963 upon John Fitzgerald Kennedy in Dallas, Texas. His motorcade passed through Dealey Plaza where it unleashed an eminence of vulnerability, threat and pandemonium, a turbulence of desperation contaminated the nation and all of mankind. This charismatic leader dedicated his life to politics and to the concepts of reasoned argument and placid political modification, this personality was identified internationally, the media divulged into the tragedy across all networks and audio stations throughout the world, as the dismay engulfed within humankind.
The turmoil of Kennedy's assassination promoted an abundance of questions and inquires with who committed the inhumane crime? Why were there so many inaccurate findings with the lone gunman theory? Where and how many shots were ejected? Why didn't the secret service men analyse the location for any abnormalities or deviations? The Warren Commission was formulated on November 29, 1963, Lyndon Baines Johnson 36th President of the United States appointed a
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