The Kennedy Conspiracy: Fact & Fiction
May 19, 2023- May 2025
“Ask not what your country can do for you-ask what you can do for your country.” – John F. Kennedy
2023 marks 60 years since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. On November 22, 1963, President Kennedy was killed while visiting Dallas Texas on the campaign trail. Since that day, conspiracy theorists have questioned the true nature of Kennedy’s assassination and who was involved. Many Americans still do not believe the government’s official assessment, the Warren Report. The list of potential conspirators is extensive, including everyone from the Soviet Union to the CIA and even the President’s own secret service.
In 1979, the Select Committee on Assassination concluded that there was enough evidence to support a conspiracy, but Lee Harvey Oswald, the “lone assassin” of the Warren Report, remains the only named participant. In this exhibit, we explore the conspiracies surrounding the Kennedy assassination and the far-reaching impact those conspiracies have had on the memory of the 35th president.
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Alcatraz East hosts temporary exhibits, in partnership with outside organizations, related to crime and law enforcement topics.