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ello, My name is Dustin Warren. I am doing an oral history report on the JFK assassination. For my report to get a first hand account I will be conducting an interview with Grace Michaels. For the remainder of my essay I will be discussing facts and the many controversies of the assassination. I will also talk about everyday life before and after the incident.

If you ask any one person what the single biggest tragedy in US history was, many will say the JFK assassination. The reason why I think this tragedy hit so close to the American citizens is because JFK was a man all could relate to. All Americans felt like they knew him personally. President Kennedy was an All-American


n November 22, 1963, shots rang out in Dealey Plaza that would change our country forever. As our 35th president was killed, a country began mourning the death of one of its great visionaries, a man who believed in peace and racial equality, a man unlike any leader before him. The assassination of John F. Kennedy was one of the most tragic events in our Nations history, but as horrific as the shooting itself were the lies which were told to the American people in the aftermath. American people must not tolerate being lied to by the establishment which they created.


he Warren Commission investigation concluded that a lone assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, shot

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