54 years ago today since the death of President Kennedy. Why I still believe Oswald did it.

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It was on this date in 1963, that Communist assassin Lee Harvey Oswald shot and killed President John F. Kennedy from the Texas School Book Depository with an Italian Carcano M91/38 bolt-action rifle at 12:30 pm as the President’s motorcade was coming by. He later shot and killed Dallas Police officer J.D. Tippit at 1:15 pm, when Tippit saw Oswald and believed he resembled the man seen fleeing after President Kennedy was shot. Numerous witnesses heard and saw Oswald shoot and kill Police Officer J.D. Tippit. At 1:40 pm, after he committed the murders, he walked into a Texas theatre without paying. The ticket clerk alerted the police. Oswald was arrested in the theatre by Dallas Police. He struck arrested officer Nick McDonald and McDonald in returned struck him back. He denied any wrongdoing despite overwhelming evidence against him which included the rifle, the shell casings found at the School Book Depository, his fingerprints at the scene, and the infamous photograph which showed Oswald holding the rifle. Oswald was later shot and killed by Jack Ruby while being transported from the Dallas Police Department on November 24,1963. On November 25, the same day, President Kennedy was laid to rest. Oswald’s body was brought to Shannon Hill Rose Cemetery for internment. No one showed up for the funeral except Oswald’s family. Reporters who were there acted as pallbearers. After 54 years, I still believe Lee Harvey Oswald killed President Kennedy and Officer Tippit.



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