what did the warren commision do?
President Lyndon B. Johnson set up the Warren Commission, which was a committee of seven men to report and assess the recent assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The committee relied nearly entirely on the FBI’s report of the incident instead of conducting its own investigation and was published in October of 1964. The Warren Commission concluded generally that there were three shots, all fired from the sixth floor of Texas School Book Depository, and all fired by Lee Harvey Oswald. There was no evidence to say that Harvey was part of a conspiracy. Harvey killed policeman J.D. Tippit 45 minutes later and was arrested 35 minutes after that, after resisting arrest and trying to shoot another policeman.
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