The Assassination Of John Fitzgerald Kennedy

Who Had The Means, Motive And Opportunity?

One Hundred Sections Showing Treason

"For in the final analysis,

our most common link is that we inhabit this small planet.

We all breathe the same air.

We all cherish our children's future.

And we are all mortal."

President John Fitzgerald Kennedy

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Commencement Address At American University

June 10, 1963, by President John Fitzgerald Kennedy

Edited and Written by Mark R. Elsis

For My President On His One Hundredth Birthday, May 29, 2017

The assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy on Friday, November 22, 1963, was the defining moment of the twentieth century. Not only was our brave and peace seeking President horrifically murdered in broad daylight, in a barbaric coup d'etat; it was also the day that our republic based on democratic principles was permanently annihilated.

My upcoming document will consist of one hundred sections, with each comprising numerous subsections. Each section with its numerous subsections will contain a compendious overview of the topic and include dozens to hundreds of hotlinks. These links will consist of historical news stories, articles, photographs, quotes, books, letters, audios / videos of interviews, lectures and speeches, films and documentaries.

When all one hundred sections are complete, there will be thousands of pertinent links to edify oneself. With my comprehensive site, I'll show who had the means, motive and opportunity to murder the 35th President of the United States, and get away with it. That is, until Monday, May 29, 2017, with the launch of:

"All the ride to the hospital, I kept bending over him saying,
"Jack, Jack, can you hear me, I love you, Jack."

Jacqueline Kennedy

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July 15, 1967, New Orleans DA Jim Garrison NBC Response - Kennedy Assassination

John Fitzgerald Kennedy
The 35th President Of The United States
Born: May 29, 1917
Assassinated: November 22, 1963