Most Famous Assassinations!

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• John Lennon, the founder of the band Beatles was assassinated in the New York City on December 8, 1980! The Assassin Mark David Chapman dropped the weapon the moment he shot at Lennon and waited to get arrested!
• Senator, Robert F. Kennedy, the brother of John F. Kennedy was shot at four times at point blank range! 4 days later, he died in the hospital! He was a Presidential candidate for the Democratic Party! However, the assassin was supposedly Palestinian Terrorist avenging the wrong done by the American Government!
• Martin Luther King, the man behind the American Civil Rights Movement was shot at fatally while standing on the balcony of his motel! Following his assassination, riots broke out in 60 states in USA! The assassin was captured in London and put to silence!
• Abraham Lincoln the 16th President of the United States of America was assassinated John Wilkes Booth. He was angry at the President for his support for the African Americans! On April 14, on his way to the Theatre, Lincoln was shot at! He was 56 years old then!
• Julius Caesr, the great Roman emperor was assassinated by his best friend, Brutus under the influence of the non supporters of Caesar’s reign! His death marked the end of the Roman Empire!
• John F. Kennedy’s assassination is still under confusion! He was travelling through a procession in Dallas when 3 bullets were shot at him! Although Lee Harvey Oswald was accused and trialed, it is still unsure if he was the culprit!
• Mahatma Gandhi was shot at while having his nightly public walk on the grounds of Birla Bhavan in New Delhi. Nathuram Godse, a radical Hindu assassinated him as a reaction to agreeing to create a separate state of Pakistan!
Although these greats were assassinated, their presence is still ethereal! They have managed to live with us in our minds and hearts!

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