The Assassination of JFK
By Josue Sanchez
What Happened on November 22, 1963?
While the car was driving, shots were fired at the President. The first shot was a miss. The second shot went through the president's neck and through the governor's back. The president quickly reacted by raising his arms. Jacqueline ( who was sitting next to him) thought something was wrong and asked him if anything was wrong, then out of nowhere, blood splatter all over her. The third shot had hit Kennedy in the head. The first Lady then screamed in fear and shock. She climbed out of her seat and the Secret Service men behind their car jumped on. People all over the U.S. were confused and shocked. What had happened?
What Happened Next?
Who was the shooter?
"Kennedy, John Fitzgerald (1917-1963)." DISCovering Biography. Online ed. Detroit: Gale, 2003. Student Resource Center - Junior. Gale. Smithfield Middle, 28 Oct. 2014