Historians and a team of former Secret Service agents reached new conclusions regarding the John F. Kennedy assassination, which took place on November 22, 1963. They used new technology to analyze the evidence collected at that time and to prove that the assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, acted alone.
The surprising theory made by the team is that the video recording made by Robert Hughes that day is showing a figure moving at the six floor of the building from where the shots were fired, a figure that was believed to be Oswald.
“Our conclusion is that he fired three shots in approximately 11 seconds” Holland said.
Theories about the John F. Kennedy Assassination
- Oswald fired three shots: the first one was a miss, the second one hit Kennedy and Governor Connely and the third bullet was fatal for the President.
- FBI tests established that three gunshots were fired within 5 to 8 seconds.
- According to Governor Connely, there were two or three people involved or someone shot using a automated weapon. His wife believed that he was hit by another bullet, besides the two that hit JFK.
- In the Zapruder movie, the head of the president seems to be moving backwards after the last hit, which might indicate the fact that the bullet was shot from the front.
- some witnesses said that they have seen two people on the grass, west from the building where the JFK was shot.
United States President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22 1963 in Dallas, Texas. He was only 46 years old. Lee Harvey Oswald, about who it was believed to be the killer, was arrested for murder but he denied everything. He was killed by Jack Ruby on November 24 before he was put on trial or sentenced.