There are many conspiracy theories to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. Since the day of the assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald has been the convicted murderer. However, there have also been other individuals, groups, and organizations that are believed to be the ones that assassinated Kennedy. There is much evidence that it was Lee Harvey who assassinated President Kennedy. Ever since Lee Harvey joined the U.S. Marines in 1956, his decisions and practice have proved that he was indeed the murderer.
Lee Harvey Oswald was born on October 18, 1939, in New Orleans, Louisiana. He was born two months after his father’s death and his mother remarried for three years. During his childhood, they moved frequently. In October 1956, he dropped out of high school to join the U.S. Marines. He was a sharpshooter in the marines. He began to support pro-Soviet and politically radical views. On September 11, 1959, he was released from the marines and nine days later he left for the Soviet Union. While in Minsk, he met and married his wife and in June 1962, he was able to come back to the states with his wife and their three-month-old daughter. In January of 1963, he bought a .38 revolver and, in March, he bought a rifle and telescopic sight through the mails. On April 10 in Dallas, he attempted to assassinate Edwin Walker, a former army general but missed. He then left his wife to go to New Orleans with a friend to set up a one man branch of the Fair Play for Cuba Committee and distributed pro-Castro leaflets. In September, he went to Mexico City to try to get a visa for Cuba and to get Soviet permission to return to the U.S.S.R. He was denied and in October, he returned to Dallas and got a job at the Texas school book depository. On November 22, 1963, Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President John F. Kennedy from the sixth floor of the depository building with his mail-ordered rifle. After killing Kennedy, he took a bus and a taxi to his house and was stopped about a mile away by a patrolman named J.D. Tippit. Tippit stopped Oswald because he believed that Oswald resembled the suspect described over the police radio. Oswald killed Tippit with his .38 revolver and 30 minutes later was seized in the Texas theatre by police officers responding to reports of a suspect. On the morning of November 24, while being transferred from a jail cell to the interrogation office, Oswald was shot by a nightclub owner, Jack Ruby. In January 1979, after two years of investigation, a special U.S. House of Representatives Assassinations Committee reported that a second assassin may have been involved in the assassination of President Kennedy.
I believe that Lee Harvey was 110% the murderer of President Kennedy on November 22, 1963, because of his background and what he practiced in. Ever since Lee Harvey was released from the Marines, he has been pro-Soviet and has been supporting their political radical views. During that time he also joined the Soviet Union a week following his release from the Marines. When he returned back to the United States, he bought two guns, a .38 revolver, and a rifle. Those two guns were what killed President Kennedy and the patrolman. Lee Harvey assassinated Kennedy using the rifle and the telescopic sight and he killed the patrolman on sight using the .38 revolver. Lee Harvey also worked at the Texas school book depository and the killer was on the sixth floor of that same building. After he assassinated Kennedy from the sixth floor of the Texas school book depository, he tried to return home but was stopped by a patrolman because he looked like the convicted killer. Lee Harvey proceeded to shoot the patrolman, J.D. Tippit and was seized 30 minutes later in the Texas theatre. There are also many reports that Lee Harvey had a second shooter with him, however, nothing was ever confirmed. Lee Harvey’s background and the events leading up to his assassination of President John F. Kennedy proves that he was indeed the killer. Even after the assassination, his decision to kill the patrolman gave his innocence away on the spot.
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