A few weeks back I visited Dallas, TX. I have been there several times before and Dallas was actually the first city I visited in the US back in 1993.
Each time I am there, I always stop by Daley Plaza to pay my respect to the 35th US president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, who was shut dead here on November 22, 1963 when his motorcade drove into Daley Plaza.
I belong to the group of people who do not believe in the one magic bullet thus a conspiracy must have taken place here. Both in the planning and execution of the assassination as well as the post-murder events that happened.
The history of JFK is a fascinating read and very sad that a great man like JFK was unable to live his life in peace and get to carry out all of his great ideas and vision.
In memory of JFK and to the great president you were while you were here!
(The Daley Plaza is in the lower left of the picture above. Look for the famous book depository building where Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly shut from)