What name was given to the commission that was established to investigate John F. Kennedy's assassination?
John Kennedy's assassination became probably the most mysterious and shocking event of the American history of the 20th century. The commission, that was established a week after the tradegy to investigate the president's death, was chaired by Earl Warren, the 14th Chief Justice of the United States. That's why the commission gained an unofficial name Warren Commission. The work of the commission was over on the 24th of September, 1964 and the results were presented in the 888-page report.