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22 NOVEMBER 1963 - DALLAS, TEXAS: President John F. Kennedy slumps into the arms of his wife, Jackie, immediately after a sniper's bullet slammed into his head, November 22 1963, during a motorcade. Photo of the fatal assault was taken with a Polaroid camera by a woman watching the parade. (UPI Photo/Files)
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Agents tend to Presidential Press Secretary James Brady on the ground (R) and a wounded police officer (L) after John Hinckley, being held at rear, attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan on March 30, 1981. (UPI Photo/Don Rypka/Files)
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WAP82102802-28 NOVEMBER 1982-WASHINGTON, D. C. USA: The FBI 10/28 released this self-portrait of John Hinkley who attempted to assassinate President Reagan in March, 1981. The picture was made with a polaroid camera and was part of the evidence used in Hinckley's trail. (UPI Photo/Files)
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Clutching his rosary beads, Senator Robert F. Kennedy lies wounded on the floor of the Ambassador Hotel, after being shot by assailant Sirhan Bashira Sirhan on June 5, 1968, following his victory speech in the California primary election. Kennedy's wife Ethel is at lower left. (UPI Photo/Files)
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WAP98091407- 14 SEPTEMBER 1998 - WASHINGTON, D.C., USA: Former Alabama Governor, George Wallace, is seen here in undated file photo, going through physical rehabilitation after an assassination attempt, May 15, 1972. Wallace, whose political career was marked by resistance to racial integration, died September 13, at a Montgomery Hospital in Alabama..UPI rw/wy/FILES
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Presidential Press Secretary James Brady gives a “thumbs up” sign as he leaves his home in Arlington on September 5, 1981 on his way back to George Washington Hospital. This marks the first time Brady was returned home to his wife Sarah, at left, since the attempt on President Reagan’s life. Brady was the most serious injured of the four people shot on March 30, 1981. (UPI Photo/Don Rypka/Files)
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Israeli school children from northern Israel pose by a statue of assassinated Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin near the site where he was murdered in 1995 in Tel Aviv by a Jewish extremists, November 6, 2005. Israel is marking the 10 year anniversary of Rabin's assassination with more than a week of commemorations. (UPI Photo/Debbie Hill)
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