Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy Theories

This paper discuss and support the theory of conspiracy,of the assassinate President John F. Kennedy: Warren Commission, Mark Lane, Jim Garrison, Zapruder film, eyewitness accounts, autopsy report.

The purpose of this research is to discuss and support the theory of conspiracy, which must have existed in order to success-fully assassinate President John F. Kennedy in Dallas on November 22, 1963.
There are people in the United States who believe that there was not a conspiracy to assassinate President John F. Kennedy. Yet, those who do not believe in the conspiracy theory are clearly in a minority. As early as 1966, Gallup and Harris polls showed that 66 percent of the American people did not believe in the Warren Commission’s conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was a lone assassin. Another poll, taken in 1975, found that four out of five Americans did not accept the Warren Commission’s version of the assassination (Blumenthal and Yazijian, 1976, p.ix).
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Counter arguments for those who choose to disbelieve in the consp