Why Did Oswald Kill JFK?

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Oswald killed JFK for many reasons. For one, Oswald felt JFK was too soft on Cuba's policies and communism as a whole. Second, Oswald was still reeling over the failed Bay of Pigs invasions. Lastly, Oswald was part of a conspiracy to eliminate JFK, and hopefully replace him with an anti-communist leader.
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Oswald did not admit why he killed JFK (even with the long interrogation of Dallas Police). He insisted that he was just a patsy. He did not make it to the court because he was killed by Jack Ruby.
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It is not known exactly just why Lee Harvey Oswald killed JFK or if he really did it. It has been proven through Cointelpro that the CIA was capable of anything during that time.
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No one really knows what possessed Oswald to kill John F. Kennedy, but the most logical reason is that he thought killing JFK would make him famous and historical. He had tried several
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If I say that there is more than one shooter, will JFK miraculously come back from the dead? NO? Then what does it matter? The man is dead, and that is that. It doesn't change anything
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