The assassination of John F. Kennedy was not only a capital crime, but one which burgled Americans of their presidential vote — for on 22 November 1963 the government of the United States was changed, with no open polls, nor any votes cast.
In the assassination’s aftermath, the Warren Commission was established ostensibly to investigate the murder. Today its conclusions, regardless of one’s personal view of them, echo long after the sound of gunfire in Dealey Plaza.
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