GRAPHIC IMAGES: 50 years later, memory of JFK's assassination and his legacy endure
Sunday, November 17, 2013 - 02:04
(WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT) Americans recall the moment they learned President John F. Kennedy was killed and re-examine what JFK and Jacqueline Kennedy mean to the country today. Produced by Nathan Frandino. Display (no reporter narration).
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From Dallas Texas the flash apparently official president Kennedy died at 1 PM central standard time. 2 o'clock eastern standard time some 38 minutes ago. -- -- Slipped on the TV set very low. Just in time. To hear. Match. Can't pick his name that famous news reporter. Throw down his glasses and say. That kid the president is again. I was senior in high school. And I was in world history class -- playing and some kids were just coming out throughout the building which radio show you can the president's been shot the president's been shot. And we are -- down. I was -- my family. And we couldn't believe it it was. Terrible event and just unbelievable. Not at them -- was 9/11 -- almost. Heart of the lore of this story is. That's immigrant path on this man who was given really every opportunity. Who have been had a very successful career became president of United States. He asked Americans in this famous inaugural. You know ask not what your country can do for you but we you can do for your country on the also have that they young -- It wasn't that long the the John Kennedy junior was killed so. People knew about skin is covered in the media -- a person fascination. Caroline Kennedy of course is nothing ambassadors Japan so. And it's almost like America's royal family.
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