It’s the most infamous day in US history, and for many it has become synonymous with the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy.
But that’s not all.
The day of the attack, the nation was at its height.
There were tens of thousands of people in the streets, and the country was gripped by a nationwide national panic.
In some places, there were crowds of people marching in the street in the middle of the night.
There was even a riot in a small town.
The entire country was at a complete standstill.
In the hours following the tragedy, President Kennedy was rushed to the hospital for surgery.
His daughter Jackie was also rushed to a hospital.
As her condition deteriorated, she told reporters that her father was “still in a great deal of pain, but he’s not in a bad place.”
On June 6, 1968, President Lyndon Johnson signed Executive Order 10343, which established the Office of the President’s Emergency Response Commission.
In it, the president established a commission to investigate the tragedy and determine what happened.
The commission was tasked with conducting an investigation and determining the facts of what happened on June 6.
The investigation found that the incident was the result of an attempted assassination of President Kennedy.
The report also stated that the President, his wife Jackie, and her husband, Lee Harvey Oswald, were all present at the time of the assassination.
After the assassination, a massive investigation took place and a grand jury was convened to investigate Oswald’s possible involvement.
On June 26, a grand Jury returned its indictments and the President was charged with first-degree murder.
President Johnson was released on bail pending his trial, but his family and supporters were not.
The investigation was finally closed in 1973.
The following year, President Nixon was charged for obstruction of justice.
After the Nixon administration claimed he had acted within his authority under the Presidential Memorandum of Understanding with the American People to prevent an assassination, the case was dismissed.
However, the investigation was reopened and Nixon was convicted.
In 1974, President Ford pardoned Nixon for the crime.
On January 2, 1979, President Carter pardoned President Nixon.
President Carter later admitted that he had not read the President Memorandum, but the pardons were later overturned on appeal.
President George H.W. Bush was charged in 1981 with obstruction of Congress.
However the case against him was dropped.
In 1984, President Reagan pardoned Bush for the act of obstruction of the Iran-Contra affair.
However he was still under criminal investigation for obstruction charges at the same time.
On April 6, 1989, President Bill Clinton was convicted of obstruction.
On the day of his inauguration, President Clinton signed the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act.
It created a special counsel to investigate those who supported or supported terrorism.
On May 2, 1989 President Bill and Hillary Clinton, along with former President George H.-W.
W Bush, are convicted for their roles in the Iran Contra scandal.
In 1990, President George W. Bush is convicted for his role in the illegal and fraudulent purchase of gold in the 1980s.
On January 6, 2017, President Donald Trump is convicted of charges related to his relationship with a Russian billionaire and his alleged use of his office to commit fraud.
President Richard Nixon resigns from office in 1974 after being convicted of the Watergate burglary.
However President Richard Nixon was never charged with the murder of President John Kennedy, which he committed on June 14, 1963.
In fact, President Richard Trump was acquitted in the murder.
President Lyndon Johnson resigns in the wake of Watergate.
However on July 1, 1974, he is indicted by a grand jury in the first of two separate grand juries, in both of which the indictment is dismissed.
On November 27, 1977, President Jimmy Carter is convicted by a jury in Texas for his part in the bombing of the United Nations compound in Lebanon.
However in his second impeachment trial, he was acquitted of the charge of obstruction after he claimed that he was the victim of a “false charge.”
President Gerald Ford is charged with obstruction by the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, but is acquitted of that charge.
On February 27, 1979 President Ronald Reagan is convicted in the assassination trial of his Vice President, Gerald Ford, which began in October 1979.
On April 4, 1985 President George HW Bush is indicted for his alleged role in a CIA drug smuggling operation.
On May 1, 1987 President Ronald and Nancy Reagan are indicted for conspiring to murder the president.
However they are acquitted of those charges.
On August 10, 1988, President Gerald Ford resigns, and is indicted and acquitted in connection with the Iran and Afghanistan Contras.
On October 5, 1992, President Ronald Regan resigns as vice president, and was indicted and exonerated in connection to the Iran Contras, as well as with the attempted assassination attempt on his father, Ronald Reagan.
President Jimmy Carter resigns after being indicted for conspiracy in the death of former Secretary of State Cyrus Vance.
However Vice President