[tags: JFK, death] - JFK Assassination Theories First lady Jacqueline Kennedy rarely accompanied her husband on political outings, but she was beside him, along with Texas Governor John Connally and his wife, for a 10-mile motorcade through the streets of downtown Dallas on November 22.
Sitting in a Lincoln convertible, the Kennedys and Connally’s waved at the large and enthusiastic crowds gathered along the parade route. Kennedy] - Assassination of JFK The sudden shock that shook the nation of the United States of America in November 22, 1963, Dallas, Texas would go down in history as one of the most controversial and most recognizable topic. Kennedy] - Who Really Did It On a beautifully sunny, mid 67 degree day in 1963, America as we knew it was about to change forever.
Kennedy, a distinguished man of confidence, was known for his good looks, irresistible personality, and oratory skills.
Kennedy is said to have “brought to public life not only the hard assets of leadership, but the rarest capacity to illuminate ideas by the grace of his personality and the clarity of his speech” (Freeman, par 5)....
Kennedy always influenced America to strive for the best.
Until an unbearable silence struck the American people, he was removed from society in 1963....
We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard.” (“JFK’s”).
As their vehicle passed the Texas School Book Depository Building at p.m., Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly fired three shots from the sixth floor, fatally wounding President Kennedy and seriously injuring Governor Connally.... Masses were engulfed in the intriguing mysteries behind the President John F. The Warren Commission gave their own official version of the assassination, but many people could not believe that one man (Lee Harvey Oswald) could be responsible for killing one of the most powerful man in the world by himself.... November 22, John Fitzgerald Kennedy took a ride in his motorcade with the top down through the Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas.
Once, the motorcade slowed down to approximately 10 MPH, to take the turn onto Elm street, and it was like time froze.