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28,839. April 14th 1865: at the end of the American Civil War president Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. (United States of America & Lincoln & Assassinations: Lincoln) The Men Who Built America I: Vanderbilt, History 2012
28,747. His assassination five days after the end of the war created a kind of modern day saint. (Lincoln & Assassinations) Happy Birthday Abraham Lincoln: A Culture Show Special, BBC 2013
28,814. After murdering President Abraham Lincoln the most famous assassin in American history lived for forty-four years? (Lincoln & Assassinations) Brad Meltzer’s Decoded: The Lincoln Assassination
28,815. On the evening of April 13th 1865 John Wilkes Booth initiates his plan not only to kill Abraham Lincoln but to decapitate the government of the United States. (Lincoln & United States of America & Assassinations) Killing Lincoln, National Geographic 2013
28,816. John Wilkes Booth is also a southern zealot – his hatred of Abraham Lincoln is nothing less than fanatical. (Lincoln & United States of America & Assassinations) ibid.
28,817. 14th April 1865 Ford’s Theatre: no two accounts match. (Lincoln & United States of America & Assassinations) ibid.
28,818. April 14th 1865: Booth is a man who wants to see his name writ up not just in lights but in the annals of history. (Lincoln & United States of America & Assassinations) Days that Shook the World: Terror – Made in America
28,819. A passionate and committed defender of the South. (Lincoln & United States of America & Assassinations) ibid.
28,820. Lincoln has always refused any formal protection. (Lincoln & United States of America & Assassinations) ibid.
129,682. America’s 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth in 1865. 9 people were brought to trial: 5 were imprisoned, 4 were hanged. Only circumstantial evidence convicted the conspirators. Was Justice done? In Search of s6e6 … The Lincoln Conspiracy, 1981
28,230. When President Abraham Lincoln tried to stop the loan sharks by issuing greenback dollars interest-free, a gunman with European connections named John Wilkes Booth shot down in cold blood. (Lincoln & Assassinations: Lincoln) Ring of Power
12,967. Claimed ... that the Jesuits we responsible for the killing of Lincoln. (Catholicism & Jesuit & Assassinations: Lincoln & Lincoln) A Lamp in the Dark – The Untold History of the Bible
28,821. On April 14th 1865 John Wilkes Booth crept into the State Box at the Ford Theatre in Washington DC and assassinated Abraham Lincoln ... There were numerous plots to kill the president. (Lincoln & United States of America & Assassinations: Lincoln) Unsolved History: Plot to Kill Lincoln, Discovery History 2013
41,554. Booth was a mercenary working for international bankers. (Money & Debt & Banks & Economy & Federal Reserve & Lincoln & Assassinations: Lincoln) William T Still, The Money Masters
137,893. He was an actor whose most famous role was assassinating a president. But was John Wilkes Booth also an escape artist? … Did John Wilkes Booth evade justice and live for decades after assassinating Abraham Lincoln? Did another man die in Booth’s place? (Assassinations & Escape) History’s Greatest Mysteries s1e3: The Escape of John Wilkes Booth, History 2021
13,033. The Jesuit/Illuminati assassination of Abraham Lincoln. (Catholicism & Jesuit & Illuminati & Assassinations: Lincoln) Satanic Vatican
13,034. In 1860 he [John Wilkes Booth] was initiated into the Knights of the Golden Circle. (Catholicism & Assassinations: Lincoln) ibid.