Assassinations Investigation

Archive Report

Congress's Reopened JFK Case

Awaited Final Report From House Inquiry

Who killed John F. Kennedy?” is a question that will not go away. In the 15 years since the assassination, a wide variety of theories — some convincing, some bizarre — have been offered to explain how President Kennedy was murdered and why. Today, few Americans are without opinions on the subject. Amid a welter of conflicting speculation, a special Assassinations Committee was established nearly three years ago by the House of Representatives to re-examine the details of the case. But like so many past attempts to solve the mystery of what happened in Dallas, the committee may have raised more doubts than it put to rest.

At the conclusion of its hearings in December, the committee ...

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