Short answer: the guy who killed President Kennedy in the 1960s
Long answer: Communist sympathizer who killed the President in Dallas to try to look good to the US' enemies, killed by Jack Ruby before he could go to trial
The man who shot and killed a United States President, named Abraham Lincoln.
Lee Harvey Oswald was the person framed by the CIA, FBI or which ever group responsible for JFK's killing. The 2 killing bullets came from a lower position that the depository. He was the person blamed to protect conspiracy's killers.
The death of Kennedy was because he fired someone who wrote up a plan for him to commit Treason by killing some "spring breaking" college students on their way to cuba and because he made the dollar a "silver certificate" to prevent the inflection we now have.
by Devilhimself 8 years ago
Who killed the Kennedys?
by PhoenixV 2 years ago
Who Killed JFK?
by Roberta Gallant 6 years ago
Why did Lee Harvey Oswald assassinate John Fitzgerald Kennedy in Dallas, Texas? I am curious to know why Oswald shot him as his motorcade passed through Dallas.
by Thomas Byers 4 years ago
Who Do You Think Shot John Kennedy?I've always wondered who really did shoot President Kennedy. I remember that day very well and I was watching it on TV when Jack Ruby killed Oswald. In 1979 the United States House Select Committee on Assassinations said that President John Kennedy...
by Ralph Schwartz 8 months ago
Nearly 30,000 pages of previously classified documents surrounding the death of former President John Kennedy are slated to be released this week. There seems to be two separate schools of thought on if this is or isn't a good idea. Many conspiracy theorists are already preparing for...
by moonlake 4 years ago
What were you doing the day President Kennedy was killed?We were in California. I was home didn't have the television on. My sister-in-law called and told me what had happened. My husband was in Laguna Beach laying carpet. It was so sad and so scary. We were glued to the television.
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