Truth Or Fiction The JFK Assassination Essay

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Truth Or Fiction: The J.F.K. Assassination Essay, Research Paper Truth or Fiction: The J.F.K. Assassination In a world with so many problems— crime, drugs, murder, poverty— Americans should be able to trust in the government for help. However, it is not safe to do so. Thus is the outcome of the Kennedy assassination. While the government was so busy trying to convince the public that Lee Harvey Oswald brutally murdered John F. Kennedy, they missed one important thing. The truth. The facts. Insufficient medical and hospital procedures, suspicious incidents during the Dallas motorcade, the impossible Magic Bullet theory, and countless other happenings— these are not just things the American public dreamed up in their heads. They had to begin finding the real truth on

their own, for the government had betrayed the American people. Some of the most significant facts that hint the assassination was a conspiracy by the government come from the hospitals where Kennedy was examined immediately after the assassination. Dr. Charles Crenshaw, MD, who was in the emergency room at Parkland Hospital before and during the Presidents death, claims that the wound in Kennedys neck was much to small to be an exit wound, and was clearly an entry wound. However, pictures taken at Bethsada Hospital reveal a much larger neck wound than had been seen at Parkland. Apparently someone had mangled the wound to make it appear as an exit wound. But who, and why? Was it to support the Lone Gunman theory? If it was, it failed to do so. Another startling piece of

information was concerning Kennedys brain. When the President was ordered out of Parkland without an autopsy, he still had a brain. However, when it the body arrived in Bethsada, the brain had suddenly disappeared! As if that was not mysterious enough, Dr. Crenshaw, the last person to see Kennedys body before it was flown to Bethsada, said the body was put in a coffin, but when it arrived at Destination B, it was in a body bag, and a different coffin. This piece of evidence certainly proves that someone who had been on the plane to Bethsada had fooled with Kennedys body. Also, an autopsy would have been performed on Kennedys body by Texas law, but Secret Service agents with guns ordered the body to leave— without an autopsy. Somebody was trying to get the body out of the hands

of the public. And fast. Several events that occurred during and soon after the Dallas motorcade have stirred suspicion among Americans for years. For example, during the parade one bystander had an elliptical seizure, and was rushed off in an ambulance. Later, it was realized that there was no record of the man coming into the hospital. It was also said that twelve people were arrested immediately after shots were fired, but again, there was no record that any arrests had been made. I believe that these incidents were used as distractions to the public. Why else would there be no records? A woman by the name of Jean Hill said she witnessed a gunman fire from behind a picket fence on the grassy knoll. While quickly trying to pursue the gunman, two men with Secret Service

identification stopped her. They then took her to other agents in a building overlooking the assassination site. Later, she was severely intimidated by a Warren Commission attorney, and was kept under surveillance by the FBI? for years after. These men were trying their hardest to prevent Hill from informing the public of what she had witnessed. Two hours after the assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald refused to tell the Dallas police his real identity. With him, he carried an ID that said he was Alek James Hidell, so the Dallas authorities were still unsure of the name of their recently captured suspect. However, at the same time, Bureau Director J. Edgar Hoover telephoned Attorney General Robert Kennedy with a full rundown on Oswald. Hoover assured Kennedy that the assassin was