The Aftermath of JFK's Assassination

So much controversy revolved around what's probably the most shocking event that happened to a US president, the assassination of JFK. It's one laden with secrecy and even conspiracies about why it happened. Here's a rundown of what happened during and after the assassination.

After hearing three gunshots, people in Dallas, Texas, saw Kennedy slumped in the backseat of his vehicle, which quickly accelerated to get to the nearest hospital.
During his presidency, Kennedy had become known for his support of the Civil Rights protests around the United States. This action is one of the ways he made enemies, especially in a man named Lee Harvey Oswald.

(Image credit: Cecil W. Stoughton; Wikimedia Commons)

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