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A new study by scientists from Dartmouth University has seriously questioned the conspiracy theories surrounding the assassination of American President John F. Kennedy on 22nd November, 1963.
Over half a century since his assassination in Dallas, Texas, the death of ‘JFK’ remains one of the most controversial events in the history of the United States. By performing a 3-D stability analysis on the ‘Lee Harvey Oswald in the Backyard Photo’, the Dartmouth University scientists claim they have proven its legitimacy.
After a ten month investigation by the Warren Commission, the official conclusion was that Kennedy had been assassinated by a lone gunman – Lee Harvey Oswald – who fired shots at Kennedy’s motorcade from the Texas Book Depository. Oswald was arrested around 70 minutes after the assassination, after killing J.D. Tippit, a Texan police officer.
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