Note before you read the text: It may be important to note that i go to a selective school in Australia and i am told that an C here is an equivalent to an A anywhere else. So seeing as i recieved an A i think it may be possible to raise the year level a few years higher.....
JFK - A Closer Look
The death of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, on November 22, 1963, shocked, disturbed and changed the world in a deep and significant way, the reverberations of which are still being felt all these many years later.
Originally the world had no doubt who had killed John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald and that he had acted alone. The Warren Commission report which was originally released in September 1964 had told the rest of the world the "truth" - The report stated that a solitary gunman named Lee Harvey Oswald was responsible.
Working alone, he shot and killed the president. Oswald was soon captured and held by the Dallas, Texas, police for two days. Then Oswald himself was slain as he was being transferred from one jail to another. Oswald's slayer was Jack Ruby.
The Warren Commission decided that Ruby acted for twisted emotional reasons and that he, too, acted alone. There was no conspiracy involved in either case. So said the Warren Commission.
As time went by, many people have questioned the conclusion that the Warren Commission has reached. Many people and researchers are simply stating that there are too many unanswered questions on the subject to be able to say conclusively that Lee Harvey Oswald was the one who had assassinated John F. Kennedy and that he had acted alone without being open to debate.
The question which we now have to ask ourselves now...