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The assassination of President John F Kennedy was an event that shockedthe world It is important to learn about John F Kennedysassassination What and where the shooting was who did it and thefuneral are all relevant The shooting was on November 22 1963 in Dallas Texas The presidentwas there for a parade to try to engage the voters to his election Hewas traveling in the first of three cars in the parade Inside his carthere was also his wife Texas Governor John Connelly and Connellyswife The second car was holding the Vice President and his wife andthe third holding the secret service agents As the three cars wereriding on Elm Street shots were heard from the parade The parade beganto become silent This being because everyone had realized that some ofthe shots had hit the President and Governor Connelly To be exact twoshots hit Kennedy and one hit Connelly Then the car was rushed to thehospital Unfortunately President Kennedy did not make it and he died100 PM without regaining consciousness On the other hand GovernorConnelly did survive but took a long time to recover Meanwhile back inthe streets the police were trying to find the assassin The police were trying to find the assassin But it did not take long tofind him Some clues that led to find him were that they searched thelibrary where the shots came from After searching the library theyfound a rifle hidden in the childrens section Another clue was that anofficer was killed by a man that was getting questioned about theassassination The same man that had fingerprints on the rifle Theassassins name was Harry Lee Oswald As Oswald was being taken intocustody a man by the name of Jack Ruby came up to him and shot him inthe chest Then Oswald was rushed to the hospital But he did not makeit Today no one knows why Oswald did it or if he even did it on
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