"The Assassination of President Kennedy" will explore the key conclusions of the controversial Warren Commission, as well as the shocking impact of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, ahead of the 50th anniversary on November 22.
Show so far looks to be done very well. Sadly, we'll never know the truth. And even if someone came out and told the truth, who would believe it after all this time, and all the various conspiracies out there?
I was three. I remember john jr saluting. It's what I've read since that day thatbothers me the most we've been lied to in an unforgivable manner by the government. Until the real story is told, I will never have faith in government and even less for so called journalists
I was 8 years old and in third grade. We were told to go to the auditorium and received the news from the principal. I saw one of the teachers crying. Then we were dismissed early. When I got home, my sister was crying. I didn't really understand why because we didn't know him personally but she said it was a tragedy. Then I realized I should feel terrible.
I was in 6th grade. I was 11. We were sent home early from school. Remember watching TV for three days. Everything played out in real time. Devastating. Will never never forget that day or the days following.
How could Ruby have killed Oswald? Who let him get close to the presumed assassin of the president with a loaded gun? No one wonders how this could have happened with all the security after the assassination of the President? And WHY?
I was in 4th grade at Verona Ms school at recess, playing on the maypole. Kid came running to us laughing that pres had been shot. School let out, rode bus home. Mom was crying. It was a horrible time. We were so sad.
I was in 6th grade. We were in our science period, watching a film strip about climate. One of our class members was the captain of the school's safety patrol. He opened the classroom door and said he had just come from the principal's office. He said "The President has been shot in Dallas. They don't know anything else."
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by Carlos Valentinvia twitter11/15/2013 2:26:14 AM
I was 3 and sitting on the carpet playing. My mom was sitting on a chair ironing my fathers shirts...I remember her dropping the iron an crying. She sobbed as if a family member passed away. My family loved the Kennedy's that we had pictures on our yard when he ran for President.