The Background of John Fitzgerald Kennedy's Assassination

Solti Mónika Katalin (2000) The Background of John Fitzgerald Kennedy's Assassination. MA/MSc, Szegedi Tudományegyetem.

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John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated on November 22. 1963. According to the Warren Commission there was only one assailant. His name was Lee Harvey Oswald. The Commission stated this without observing the key evidences, as did The House Select Committee Of Assassination (HSCA) in 1978. These key evidences were the place where Oswald was actually at the moment of the shooting, Coca-Cola in Oswald's hand and the mystery around the rifle. The HSCA investigated the background of Oswald, his connections to the Mafia and other organizations, which led to the assumption that President Kennedy was a victim of a conspiracy. Three leading Mafia figures are said to have been connected to this conspiracy, namely: Carlos Marcello, Santos Trafficante and Sam Giancana. The HSCA investigated also the links between Jack Ruby (Oswald's murderer) and the Mafia. They wanted to find out whether Ruby was involved in the conspiracy or not. This Committee firmly sets down the conspiracy as a fact, though on the part of people, causes and circumstances it leaves the question open. I'm convinced that the organized crime is in the background of the assassination whose interest was in danger because of Kennedy's policy.


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Item Type: Thesis (MA/MSc)
Date: 2000
Depositing User: JGYPK Szerkesztő
Date Deposited: 2019. Jun. 04. 12:34
Last Modified: 2019. Jun. 06. 07:24

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