The Assassination Of President John F. Kennedy

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Throughout political history, there has been many conspiracies believed to have occurred within our country. A conspiracy is a secret plan created by a group in order to carry out an unlawful or harmful action. These conspiracies cannot be seen with our naked eye because the people of the United States aren’t always correctly informed by government officials of these tragic events that occur. Many of these conspiracies involve the assassinations of previous presidents, vice presidents, senators, civil rights activists and political figures. Assassinations although tragic are inevitable that usually occur due to political reasons or payments and they don’t only affect the lives of their families but the lives of innocent citizens. Three political assassinations that might interest you are the assassinations of President Abraham Lincoln, President John F. Kennedy and his brother Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy considering they were all very important political figures and their stories might of not been fully revealed.

Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809 and raised in a one bedroom log cabin with both parents Thomas and Nancy Lincoln in Hodgenville, Kentucky. Abraham Lincoln was a former civil rights activist, U.S representative, lawyer, farmer, and 16th president of the United States of America. Abraham Lincoln had many accomplishments he was the mastermind in the establishment of The Secret Service although at that time because he created it on the same day
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