* The assassination of US President John F. Kennedy (JFK) in Dallas, Texas, on Friday, 22 November 1963 remains a matter of controversy even in the 21st century. Allegations that JFK was killed by a conspiracy of some sort have never been validated, but they still persist. This document examines the facts of the case to determine if such allegations have a basis in the evidence. It is also available in a downloadable archive, formatted in HTML, for reading on a tablet or other viewer.
Readers who don't have the time for this extended document may find the short document THE JFK ASSASSINATION IN BRIEF more suitable.