The assassination of the President was obviously heavily reported. Reports in the November 23, 1963 London Times stated as the shots rung out, chaos broke out in the plaza. People hurled themselves to the ground while police officers and secret service agents scrambled to trace the shots to their source. Police officers ran into a building known as the Texas School Book Depository. This tall building faced inward toward Dealey Plaza and provided a view straight down the Presidential motorcade route. In this building, a rifle and telescopic sight were found, as well as spent bullet cartridges. While all of this was going on, the presidential limousine sped to Par...
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