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Assassination of JFK!!!

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on 21 March 2013

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By: Wenli Chen and Pamela Abreu The Assassination of
John F. Kennedy -Born on May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts
-35th President
-Youngest President
-First Catholic President
-Solved the Cuban Missile Crises and supported the Space Race The Single-Bullet
Theory Why Was
He Murdered Details of
His Murder - Had Cuba and Soviet Union as enemies
- A lot of people didn't support Kennedy in Texas
- Had some Americans against him because he tried to end racial segregation
- His assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald grew up reading pro-Marxism and communist ideas
- Oswald tried to travel to Cuba and the Soviet Union but was denied access Murder Life and Achievements Similarities Differences VS. -Julius Caesar was an ambitious ruler and was power hungry
-Julius Caesar also portrayed characteristics of a totalitarian state like promoting glorification of himself
-John F. Kennedy wasnt perceived as a power-hungry individual. JFK believed in democracy and equality, and made decisions for the prosperity and wellness of the United States The End -The bullet that shot John F Kennedy through the throat was the same one that wounded governor Connally’s back and his thigh. -3cm long copper-jacketed lead-core -Killed on November 22, 1963 as he rode in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza in Downtown Dallas, Texas. - 6.5 × 52 mm Italian Carcano -His assassin was Lee Harvey Oswald -15 layers of clothing, 7 layers of skin, and about 15 inches of tissue, struck a necktie knot, removed 4 inches of rib, and shattered a radius bone “I want to tell the truth, and I can't tell it here.” (Jack Ruby) Connections -Well liked by their own people
-Kennedy was diagnosed with hypothyroidism in 1955
-Julius Caesar suffered from epilepsy and headaches
-JFK: Cuban exiles; Communists; Americans
-Julius Caesar: Senators; best friend
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