Killing Kennedy

Killing Kennedy

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  • Hooray!
  • I do solemnly swear...
  • Kennedy...
  • Before he was the President, JFK was in the naval reserve. He was put in charge of a P-T boat and crew. During one mission, they came across a Japanese destroyer and before they could attack, they were rammed and their boat split apart. Kennedy realized he had to take command of the situation. Because of that realization, he was able to get him and 10 of his crew members rescued.
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  • After serving as a U.S. State Senator and a member of the House of Representatives, Kennedy was elected the 35th U.S. President in the 1960 election. Unfortunately, his time will be cut short by his untimely death.
  • Lee Harvey Oswald was an ex marine who defected to the Soviet Union. His family life was horrible. He perpetually beat his wife and left her and their two kids (or they left him) multiple times throughout his dysfunctional marriage. Throughout the tough times that characterized his early 20s, Oswald began plotting against Kennedy.
  • It wasn't me! I did not kill him!
  • JFK strongly desired Texas's support. Due to this fact, he and Jackie decided making an appearance in Dallas would be a good political move. Despite almost being rained out, the Kennedys were delighted to find that they would be able to proceed with the Dallas Campaign tour in their open-top car.
  • Tragically, security was all to limited on this sunny day in Dallas. Oswald was able to fire off three shots at the president from the sixth story of a storage building. One bullet missed him, the other two shots went through his upper chest and head, killing the 42 year old president, husband, and father of two kids.
  • Oswald was later apprehended in a theater. Shockingly, Oswald was assassinated only a few days later by Jack Kirby. There is a lot of conspiracy around the presidential assassination because of Oswald's unexpected murder as well as other factors. JFK did many beneficial and some less beneficial things for our country. His death was an event that bruised the nation.
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