Marking His Assassination, Americans Still Fascinated by Kennedy

NEW YORK | By Ana Fuentes | Those six seconds that ended the life of John Fitzgerald Kennedy that November 22, 1963, still resonate fifty years later. The death of the telegenic U.S. President, broadcast live on television, marked a tragic decade including the political assassination of his own brother Bob, the murder of black activist Martin Luther King and the end of Henry Kissinger’s career. Since then, baby boomers have embraced sort of a JKF mania, idolizing Camelot, while their younger peers seem to be more fascinated about conspiracy theories surrounding his death.