How the Soviet Union Reacted to John F Kennedy’s Assassination

Digital Empire

On November 22, 1963, at 12:30 pm, John F Kennedy was assasinated as he rode in his motorcade, just as it passed the Texas School Book Depository.  Sometime between 12:30 pm and 1:50 pm, JD Tippit, a Dallas police officer was shot dead by a man named Lee Harvey Oswald, in the presence of a number of witnesses. He was apprehended at 1:50 pm.

This is how the Soviet Union reacted to the media’s reporting of Kennedy’s assassination.

The Soviet leadership suspected a vast subterfuge perpetrated by a well organized group, who crafted a carefully planned campaign, and whose purpose was to stop whatever JFK was doing.

This is what JFK was doing. Kennedy took a firm stance on Israel and demanded that they reveal their nuclear arsenal concealed at Dimona.

At 2:38 pm, Vice president L.B.J (Lyndon B Johnson) quickly took the oath of office and proclaimed himself the…

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