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Secret Service Agent Opens Up About Kennedy Assassinationi
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November 20, 2013
President John F. Kennedy’s trip to Dallas on November 22, 1963 was intended to boost support in Texas for his 1964 re-election campaign. But an assassin’s bullet ended his life, an event still shrouded in controversy. Since that time, Secret Service agents assigned to protect President Kennedy have spoken only rarely about that day. But in recent years, former agents have explained how the day unfolded, and how it changed their lives.

Secret Service Agent Opens Up About Kennedy Assassination

Published November 20, 2013

President John F. Kennedy’s trip to Dallas on November 22, 1963 was intended to boost support in Texas for his 1964 re-election campaign. But an assassin’s bullet ended his life, an event still shrouded in controversy. Since that time, Secret Service agents assigned to protect President Kennedy have spoken only rarely about that day. But in recent years, former agents have explained how the day unfolded, and how it changed their lives.


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