Nowadays, there are many conspiracy theories that revolve around the assassination of John Kennedy in 1963, and they suggest that this crime involved many organizations and people. Most of them out forth the so-called criminal conspiracy that involves such parties as Mafia, CIA, KGB, and others. Some of these theories also state that the US government hides important information about this assassination.
In 1964, it was concluded that only Oswald was responsible for this tragic crime, but after a few years, there was an official conclusion that there was a second gunman who fired at the president. His personality wasn’t identified, just like all the other organizations and people involved in this crime. According to public opinions and surveys, many Americans believe that there is some conspiracy to the murder of John Kennedy, and only about 20% of the entire population believes that the president was killed by Oswald alone. However, there is no agreement among people on others involved in this assassination, and that’s why many conspiracy theories still exist.
All people understand that the subject of the JFK assassination is quite controversial. Basically, some of them argue that the president was killed as the main result of conspiracy, while others think that it was just a personal act of Oswald. Advocates that support each side of this debate deal with almost no essential points made by their opponents. This case should be put forward and balance all arguments presented by each party, regardless of their interpretation.
Both supporting and opposing arguments should be well-research to paint a clearer picture of each opinion. Many people believe that Oswald wasn’t alone to commit this crime, and they provide a range of solid arguments to prove their stance. The main one is that not all the shots were made by only one man and they also claim that Oswald hadn’t any credible motif to commit this crime.
According to the official investigation of this assassination, there are more than 3 shots made by the killer, and many supporters of conspiracy theories believe that they were made from different locations. They also think that the 6-floor rifle wasn’t reliable and accurate enough to take this awful step in addition to the fact that Oswald wasn’t a good marksman at all. Some of them also claim that this man wasn’t on the 6th floor when this murder happened, so he didn’t fire a rifle on that day.
Nowadays, there are many conspiracy theories that revolve around the assassination of John Kennedy in 1963, and they suggest that this crime involved many organizations and people. Most of them out forth the so-called criminal conspiracy that involves such parties as Mafia, CIA, KGB, and others.