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Fifty years have passed since the Nov. 22 assassination of President John F. Kennedy shocked a nation.
Decades later, the day of Kennedy’s death still captivates historians and conspiracy theorists alike. Cities across the country, including Dallas and Boston, are commemorating the anniversary of JFK’s assassination on Thursday with ceremonies, speeches and moments of silence.
The Anderson News asked readers on Facebook last week to share their remembrances of Kennedy’s death, where they were and how they felt on Nov. 22, 1963:
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