John F. Kennedy Assassination

John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963. He was campaigning in Texas for the next presidential campaign. Riding in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, TX, President Kennedy was shot shortly after noon by Lee Harvey Oswald. Oswald was not questioned for his actions. He was shot Sunday, November 24 by a local nightclub owner, Jack Ruby. Oswald died two hours later at Parkland Hospital.

Here, the New York Times portrays the assassination of John F. Kennedy. The article displays the events from the beginning of the morning, to when Lee Harvey Oswald was shot.

In this article, "The Guardian" discusses more about the shots fired from the gun that killed JFK. This article does describe the events that occurred that day.

Media bias is shown through this tragic event. Each media outlet that covered the assassination felt the pain through John F. Kennedy being killed. The same pain that US citizens felt.
Historical criticism is shown throughout this event. It is shown by JFK being the 4th president in history to be assassinated.
Another type of criticism in here is cultural criticism. It is shown by the man killing JFK. His past had shown that he was a violent man, and had several murder attempts.