50 years of conspiracies about JFK's death

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  • What do Americans believe fifty years after the JFK assassination?

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  • The belief that more than one man was involved in JFK's assassination is the most widely held conspiracy theory in America.

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  • In a March 2013 poll, 51% said others were involved in the JFK assassination.

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Fifty years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the belief that more than one person was involved in his assassination remains the most widely held conspiracy theory in America.

 

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