On near the Texas School Book Depository three
On November 22, 1963, the distant sound of rifle shots could be heard.President John F. Kennedy and his wife, Jackie were in Dallas, Texas, trying to win campaign support for the upcoming presidential election.On his way to a luncheon the Kennedy's sat in an open convertible at the head of a motorcade along with Texas Governor John B. Connally and his wife. Vice-President, Lyndon Johnson was two cars behind the president. A large crowd of Kennedy supporters lined the streets waving flags and cheering.As the motorcade approached an underpass, near the Texas School Book Depository three quick shots were fired, fatally wounding the president.The government reported that one bullet passed through JFK's neck and struck Governor Connally in the back. The second bullet struck JFK's head; and a third one reportedly missed the motorcade. Kennedy was rushed to the nearest hospital, Parkland. He never regained consciousness and was pronounced dead at 1:00 pm.Later that day, aboard the presidential plane, Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as the 36th President of the United States.
The investigators believed that the bullets that killed Kennedy were fired from a sixth-story window of a nearby warehouse. After widespread interviewing and intense questioning was completed in Dallas, Lee Harvey Oswald, who was employed in the warehouse, was arrested and charged with murder. When Oswald was being transferred from one jail to another several days later he was shot by a Dallas nightclub owner named Jack Ruby.Oswald later died leaving a lot of questions unanswered.
During my research I have discovered there seems to be an unending number of theories.Some authors think Oswald acted alone, some think there were 5-6 people/shooters, one author even went so far as to suggest that Kennedy shot himself.I however believe that Oswald was involved in the assassination of Kennedy.In the following paragraphs I will