A third of a century has passed since President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, and yet no adequate government investigation of the murder has ever been undertaken. The laughable Warren Commission investigation of 1963-64, which found that Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, killed JFK, was hurried and superficial. The more reliable U. S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Assassinations investigation of 1977-78, which found that the JFK slaying resulted from a conspiracy of persons whose identities were unknown, was hampered by political bickering, missing documents, fading memories, and unavailable witnesses.
Wilkes, Donald E. Jr., "JFK Assassination 33 Years Later" (1997). Popular Media. 116.