John F. Kennedy assassination

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President Kennedy minutes before the assassination.

The John F. Kennedy assassination of president John F. Kennedy on 22 November 1963, officially only involving Lee Harvey Oswald, has caused much controversy.

Conspiracy theories

One example of a conspiracy theory is that the assassination was organized by a group originally centered around the then Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson. This group is argued to continue to have a very large influence on the US government and to have been involved in numerous other assassinations and crimes.[1]

Another example is that Israel had an important role. This theory was notably presented in the book Final Judgment by Michael Collins Piper.

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Politically correct views

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