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The Assassination Of John F. Kennedy By: Josie MelroseBoom! A shot from a sixth floor window in the Texas School Book Depository. Three shots one death. Who is the real killer?Assassin (Lee Harvey Oswald) Lee Harvey Oswald a name that will go down in history, but not for a good reason. Charged with the murder of the beloved president John F. Kennedy. Lee Harvey Oswald was 24 and had a nice family, which included his spouse, Marina Oswald and their child, June Oswald. He had a wonderful family, why give it all up? We do know he bought a World War 2 Italian Rifle, under the name, Alek Hidll. After he shot the president he ran off to the theaters for what is thought to get paid. Soon the police found him and arrested Lee Harvey Oswald. The supposably the owner of the money was never caught. The PlanThe month before JFK was assassinated, Lee Harvey Oswald got a job at the Texas Bookstore Depository, which plays a big part in the assassin’s plan. The year before the assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald started using the new identity of Alek Hidll. Using this alias, the police and government were not able to pin the purchases directly to Oswald. Seven months prior to the assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald attemptedto shoot General Walker but, instead of hitting the general, the bullet hit the window cill. Grassy Knoll ( Did The Shoot Come From Here?)What is the Grassy Knoll? It’s a piece of land covered in grass, the president drove right past it. Did a shot come from the Grassy Knoll? At least 19 people reported hearing 4 shots.That sparked the theory of the dog man/Badge man. Gordon Arnold had claimed to be on the Grassy Knoll, and also said that there was a man. “A gentleman came from this particular direction and, I thought it was a police officer because he had a uniform of a police officer but . . . he didn’t wear a hat and, he had dirty hands, but it really didn’t matter much at the time because with him crying like he was, and with him shaking when he had a weapon in his hand.” Gordon Arnold said that he saw all of this on that bitter day. He explained the man’s movements and how it had all made since that he could have a role in this crime. The man that Gordon Arnold saw had also been nicknamed the Badge Man and the Dog Man. Although this can’t be confirmed this still seems very like