On November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas, U.S. President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Decades later, his death is still considered one of the biggest mysteries of American history. Despite the Warren Commission concluding that Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated JFK, there is still a conspiracy surrounding whether or not he was the actual assassin, and if he was working alone. Who actually assassinated John F. Kennedy, and were they working for a larger organization?
Most people believe that Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated John F. Kennedy.
The Warren Commission
The U.S. government concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated John F. Kennedy.Explore
Oswald's interest in communism
Oswald's political beliefs led him to defect to the Soviet Union.Explore
Oswald's history of violence
Lee Harvey Oswald had a long history of past acts of violence.Explore
Oswald's connection to the murder weapon and location
Lee Harvey Oswald owned the gun used to kill JFK and worked in the building he assassinated him from.Explore
The CIA killed JFK
The U.S. government made several mistakes while investigating the assassination of JFK, leading people to believe the CIA was involved.
Missing information from the Warren Commission
The U.S. government excluded information from the Warren Commission report.Explore
The CIA disagreed with JFK
The CIA disagreed with Kennedy's politics prior to his assassination.Explore
The umbrella man's timely appearance when JFK was shot in the Zapruder film
A suspicious person appeared during the time when JFK was shot. He was seen in the Zapruder film with a black umbrella. Because he was the only person with an umbrella on a sunny day, near the road when JFK was shot, he could very well have been involved with the assassination plan.Explore
The mafia killed JFK
The entire Kennedy family had ties to the mafia, and one mistake could have ended with the assassination of JFK as a form of retribution.
Jack Ruby murdered Lee Harvey Oswald, proving that he was working as part of a larger organization.Explore
Robert Kennedy's moves against organized crime
JFK's brother, Robert Kennedy, had a major influence over organized crime.Explore
Famous Chicago mobster Sam Giancana had a long and complex history with the Kennedy family.Explore
Lyndon B. Johnson killed JFK
As vice president, Lyndon B. Johnson knew almost everything about JFK's political ideas and intentions. That combined with his unhappiness in his position as vice president makes him a suspect in the Kennedy assassination.
Unsatisfied as vice president
Lyndon B. Johnson wasn't happy in his position as vice president.Explore
The Soviet Union killed JFK
John F. Kennedy was murdered by an individual who was working for the Soviet Union.
Lee Harvey Oswald was working for the Soviet Union
Lee Harvey Oswald could have been operating as a KGB agent for Russia.Explore
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