President John Fitzgerald Kennedy ushered in an era of hope in the United States, working to mend relations with the Soviet Union, refusing to invade Laos and Cuba, and promising to further social benefits for all Americans. Before Kennedy could begin to make good on his promises, he was killed while visiting Dallas, Texas, allegedly by a lone gunman named Lee Harvey Oswald. Since 1963, the world has scrutinized the assassination of JFK and the subsequent killing of Oswald, implying that the truth is far darker than what the official story alleges.
In the second part of our JFK Assassination series, we run down the tragic events that took place on the day of November 22, 1963, resulting in the deaths of President John F. Kennedy, and just days later, Lee Harvey Oswald.
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Intro/Disclaimer: Josh McLellan
Music: Brain of J. by Pearl Jam