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History of the John f Kennedy Assassination Part 2 video

Video title: History of the JF Kennedy Assassination Part 3

Use this History of Crime video entitled History of the John f Kennedy Assassination to explore the possibility that the U.S. government participated in a conspiracy to assassinate President Kennedy and then covered up the crime.

What really happened in Dallas on that fateful day in 1963? Draw your own conclusions about what really happened after you review evidence that links the death of JFK to the CIA, Fidel Castro, and the Mafia.

 

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History of the John f Kennedy Assassination Part 2 video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Video of Kennedy Assassination. Study History and the Assassination of President JF Kennedy. Study the investigations and conspiracy theories that developed in the wake of President JF Kennedy's assassination.
  • Study the contents of the Warren Commission report and the House Select Committee on Assassinations report, detailing the government's investigation of the assassination of President Kennedy.
  • Review evidence that links the death of President Kennedy to the CIA, Fidel Castro, and the Mafia.
  • Explore the possibility that the U.S. government participated in a conspiracy to assassinate President Kennedy and then covered up the crime.
  • Decide for yourself whether Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone gunman.
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