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5 Shocking Stories About John F. Kennedy’s Assassination


2. The grassy knoll

As we said before, most Americans refuse to believe that the JFK assassination was the work of a single, lone gunman. Most of them are sure there are more people involved because they think it would have been impossible for a single individual to be successful and accomplish this mission.

And maybe they are right, but the Warren Commission concluded in 1964 that Lee Harvey Oswald operated alone, as did Jack Ruby, the one who killed Oswald two days later after the JFK assassination.

There is a chance that the House of Representatives can be blamed, at least partially, for propagating this theory. In 1976, The JFK assassination case was reopened as well as Martin Luther King Jr.’s. After the reinvestigations, the Select Committee on Assassinations concluded something that we were all expecting. They said that maybe there was a second shooter on that day.

Almost seven years later, in 1982, another committee was responsible for reexamining the evidence. The National Academy of Sciences Committee on Ballistic Acoustics stated that there was not enough reliable evidence to support the involvement of another person in the shooting.

We will probably never know what really happened on November 22, 1963, but what do you think? Did Oswald act alone, or were there other people on the grassy knoll that day?

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