Something interesting I found an article, I'll explain that on the death of JFK.
In one day they will never forget those who lived, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. The murderer was apprehended immediately, but was killed two days before the television cameras. A quarter century later, still speak of a conspiracy.
Already the president had warned of the risk of his trip to Dallas, it was known that the ultra-conservative city had many influential enemies. But JFK dismissed the objections, for it was important to bolster their political positions in Texas and not yet announced his re-election had the support of people like Governor John Connally. Upon arrival at the aerodrome Love Field, the president and his wife Jacqueline joined the marriage Connally in the seat of a car taser discovered in the second of a caravan headed for lunch in the city.
To the cheers of the crowd, Nellie Connally told the president: "You can not say that Dallas does not want." At 12.30 hrs, the caravan slowed to turn right and then left, heading for an overpass leading to the final destination. In the first car one officer told the driver: "Five more minutes and we'll get there." In a car in the rear, the president's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, said: "Think we hit Dallas with no one single demonstration against it." A villager woman laughed and said: "We are not so bad." A journalist at a press vehicle, misread an advertisement in a rust-colored brick building that was later and asked, "What the hell is a repository of books?" Standing between the deposit of books and the overpass, a man named Abraham Zapruder filmed the car over presidental. Charles Brend, one spectator killed his five year old son to greet the president. Seeing him, Kennedy smiled and responded to the greeting.
Suddenly shots rang out. A bullet passed through the neck of the president and the governor went through the back, chest, right wrist and left leg. Kennedy grabbed his throat, Connally, bloodied, with his wife fell into the front seat. On hearing the cries of the governor, Mrs. Kennedy turned to the president, when a second bullet hit him head.
The murder of the 35th President of United States, the November 22, 1963, shocked the country and the world. Over the next four days, millions of viewers around the world watched on television, absorbed, the development of subsequent scenes of unimaginable tragedy.
Minutes later Lee Harvey Oswald left the Book Depository Texas School, a place from where shot twice by a sixth-floor window. At 13.15 hrs., Oswald shot the policeman JD Trippit, who stopped him for questioning. Eyewitnesses called police and reported the cinema where Oswald had hidden. Trippit arrested for killing and then accused of killing Kennedy, Oswald said he was innocent of the second charge and said it was a scapegoat for the real culprits, clearly, would not face.
At 12.38 hrs., Case number 24740, a white man shot was admitted to Parkland Memorial Hospital, who headed the presidential car. A cure is called into surgery, but at 14.00 hrs doctors pronounced dead at John F. Kennedy. Against all objections praises local authorities, secret service agent put the body in a coffin and was rushed to Love Field airport. In the space of an hour, Lyndon B. Johnson sworn in as president before Judge Sarah T. Hughes, Next to Johnson, aboard the presidential plane was Jacqueline Kennedy in her pink dress stained with blood. The presidential entourage arrived in Washington that evening, where hitherto performed the autopsy on Kennedy's body at Bethesda Naval Hospital.
On Saturday, November 23, Mrs. Kennedy chose a tomb for her husband at Arlington National Cemetery, the burial officer was scheduled for Monday. In Dallas, Oswald was interrogated for three hours.
At the request of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover on Sunday, Oswald was transferred to police headquarters from Dallas to the sheriff's office. As he did this, just before a throng of reporters and shot Oswald, before television audiences across the country. Ruby confessed he did it for the rage that caused him to avoid assassination and Jacqueline Kennedny and agony of a long trial in Dallas.
For 9.00 hrs. Monday November 25, a quarter of a million mourners had passed before the coffin containing the body of Kennedy in the Capitol. Ms. Kennedy requested that the building is kept open all night to accommodate the crowd. After a mourning ceremony in the Cathedral of St. Matthew, headed by Cardinal Cushing of Boston and attended by many world leaders, Kennedy was buried at Arlington. Mrs. Kennedy lighted an eternal flame at the grave.
Doubts about the official version
On the day of his death, President Kennedy predicted gloomily your advisor Kenneth O'Donnell: "If you want to kill a president, not a difficult task. It would be enough for someone to put in a tall building with a telescopic rifle and no could help it. "Exactly this way was described the murder in the report of the Warren Commission, named for its director, the president of the Supreme Court Earl Warren. The report, consisting of 26 volumes, was presented to President Johnson on September 24, 1964. Their conclusion was that Kennedy had been assassinated by Oswald the lone fan.
But doubts arose even though the Warren Commission conducted its thorough investigation. Oswald did not act on their own, some said, but was the bully of a team he was internacional.Tras Cuban dictator Fidel Castro or possibly the Soviet secret police. Others said that it was an internal power play, the perpetrators were agents of the FBI or CIA. Perhaps the most persistent version was that Kennedy had been appointed by the mafia.
Between 1976 and 1978, a committee of the House of Representatives reexamined the evidence and concluded that the autopsy performed at the Bethesda hospital the day after Kennedy's death did not follow professional standards. One of the participating doctors complained that they were not allowed to examine the trajectories of the two bullets in the body of the president because of objections from a "senior staff", possibly a soldier. By not being able to set the paths, the heads of the autopsy were not able to determine the angle of the shooting, that is, if both came from the window in the warehouse of books or if any of them came from another direction. The preserved brain and other Kennedy autopsy materials were delivered to the Secretary of Kennedy. When they were deposited in the National Archives in 1966, the brain was gone. Does evidence had been suppressed?
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