Yes and he acted alone, warren report was right
Yes but he was part of a larger plot
No, somebody else did the shooting
One question that I've always pondered, is why didn't Oswald (if it was Oswald) shoot Kennedy when he was coming right towards him?
When Kennedy's limo made a right turn on Houston st, it proceeded very slow, because elm was just the next left. The whole time, Oswald had a direct view of the president. Especially since the governors seat was lower than the presidents. He had close to a 45seconds to aim and fire at the slow moving president.
Here's a map. For some reason, it won't let me post it.
I still struggle with the fact that the kill shot pushed Kennedys head back and his brain went flying out the back of his head.
How could a bullet from the back do that?
Obviously the bullet had to come from the back right of Kennedy. Because the angle of the head, the angle of the car and the trajectory of the bullet.
At the second of impact. His head was facing down and to the left The bullet wound (that's public) shows a bullet wound in the back of Kennedy's head. And the right side of the head blown out. If the bullet had come from the front right or the right, the left side of the head would've been damaged... I've seen no damage to the left side of the head.
Now, with that said, why wasn't the governors wife or even the governor hit with the bullet that hit the presidents head. The trajectory from the book depository should've hit either of them because the governor was already hit and laying against his wife when the fatal bullet struck the president. And if you're on the back right of the president, the bullet that struck the presidents head, didn't stop in the presidents head.. The only thing in front of the president was the governor and wife. There was no bullet hole in the seat in front of the president.
But, there is a bullet hole in the windshield. Which couldn't been what caused the presidents head to explode on impact. Usually, the impact wound will be a small hole and the exit wound will be much larger.. So, the first impact would be the windshield which would cause the bullet to become so disfigured that when it struck the president, it had already lost it's much of it's momentum and caused the gaping wound on the right side of his head.
But that leaves us with the small wound on the back of the head. Which, from what I've found, wasn't large enough to fit the bullets used my Oswalds gun.
"The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice"---Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.