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John F. Kennedy
J.F.K. was born on May 29 1917. Not long after his first 1,000 days in office he was assassinated at a motorcade wound through Dallas, Texas. He died at the age of 47. He died at a younger age then any other president.
There are many theories about the J.F.K. assassination. The police arrested Lee Harvey Oswald. However, the car took an unexpected turn which was not marked on the parade route. Lee Harvey Oswald would have had to know he was going to turn round that corner the driver would have had to be involved. If not Lee Harvey Oswald would be expected to have a gun and be in the perfect spot to shoot J.F.K. Lee Harvey Oswald was (after being arrested by the police) silenced by Jack Ruby not long before his trial. The police could arrest Lee Harvey Oswald, as he had a motive to kill J.F.K. Lee Harvey Oswald was an ex-KGB member and the U.S. had killed his wife. Therefore, he would have a reason to kill Kennedy (as he was the current leader of America).
One theory is that an unknown association tries to kill major figures in the world e.g. presidents, when their term occurs with a year ending in a zero. They call it the zero game.
Another theory is that an organisation (which is so evil) Kills anyone in the world as soon as they become a threat.
John F. Kennedy put an end to racial discrimination. J.F.K. promised to end racial discrimination during his inaugural address. After he promised this he started by stopping racism on buses. Then, he stopped discrimination in housing. He also banned discrimination in education and voting. Eventually, he created the civil rights movement in 1964.
References from www.whitehouse.gov/