BY JOHN OCAMPO
WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY
On November 22, 1963, Thirty-fifth president John F. Kennedy was assassinated downtown at Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas. As Kennedy was preparing to campaign for his presidency, he was assassinated by a man named Lee Harvey Oswald who was a former marine. Oswald was presumably hiding on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository preparing to shoot. Up to this day, there has been many conspiracy theories regarding the assassination but no reason as to why this assassination took place.
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Through many years of research, there still has been no clear conclusion as to how the assassination of JFK took place. There have been many theories created but there are still pieces of evidence that are missing to create the whole picture. Many witnesses present at the crime scene have provided and explained their perspective during the shooting, however, the testimonies and developed theories contradict each other which leaves the death of Kennedy a mystery.
The assassination of JFK clearly reflects back on historical criticism. Ever since the tragic loss of John F. Kennedy occurred on November 22nd, 1963, it creates a historical perception for students, teachers, and many people of different ages. Individuals can look back at this event and could help make them reflect on JFK's death and how it became a part of our history and greatly affected the world of politics and the citizens of America. This unfortunate event can create an open door and pathway for future conspiracy theorists or individuals to delve deeper in this mystery to unlock the truth of the assassination.
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