POLL: Did Lee Harvey Oswald Act Alone?

Fifty years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, conspiracy theories still abound.

John F. Kennedy Credit: Cecil Stoughton, White House
John F. Kennedy Credit: Cecil Stoughton, White House
On Nov. 22, 1963, Lee Harvey Oswald fired his rifle from a window at the Texas School Book Depository, striking and killing President John F. Kennedy as the presidential motorcade passed through the streets of Dallas.

At least that is the official version of events.

Even after 50 years, questions remain as to whether or not Oswald acted alone. Various conspiracy theories point to the mob, the CIA, communists and even then-Vice-President Lyndon Johnson as being responsible for the President's death.

The Warren Commission investigation into the assassination determined Oswald acted alone. However, in 1979, the House Select Committee on Assassinations released a report that agreed with the Warren Commission regarding Oswald's involvement, but also indicated there was a high probability of a second shooter.

Was there a conspiracy to kill Kennedy? Did Oswald act alone? Leave a comment below or vote in our online poll. 

This is not a scientific poll. It is for entertainment purposes only.


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