Many people seem incapable of accepting that a nobody like Lee Harvey Oswald could have been the sole person responsible for the president's death. However, I believe he was. The most compelling piece of evidence that convinces me is that Kennedy was not the first person Oswald attempted to assassinate.
In early 1963, he had attempted to murder General Edwin Walker at
Oswald failed in his attempt to kill him when the bullet he shot struck a wooden frame that crossed the window in
Doesn't it seem reasonable to conclude that if Oswald was willing to kill once that he would have been willing to kill again? How might history have changed if he had succeeded in killing
Of course, the answers to those questions are subjective. However, it has puzzled me that the
Still, everybody is entitled to their own opinion. However, I believe this is a case where the simplest answer is the correct one.