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Preserving Their Legacy


The assassination of John F. Kennedy caught everybody off guard -except the people who knew that Kennedy was going to be shot. Most people were stunned by the disbelief, others were obsessed by the need to cover their tracks.

Lyndon Johnson claimed he was deeply shocked and overwhelmed with grief as he was "catapulted without preparation into the most difficult job any mortal can hold" but the evidence proves that Kennedy shocked Johnson as much as Obama shocks Dick Cheney, and that made Kennedy's death more necessary than otherwise.

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