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John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, and his brother Robert F. Kennedy, who served as the U.S. Attorney General, were both assassinated in separate incidents. The motivations behind their assassinations are complex and have been the subject of extensive investigations, conspiracy theories, and speculation. Here is a brief overview of the circumstances surrounding their assassinations:

1. John F. Kennedy (JFK): JFK was assassinated on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas. The official investigation, led by the Warren Commission, concluded that JFK was shot by Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository. Oswald was arrested but was killed two days later by Jack Ruby, a nightclub owner with alleged connections to organized crime. However, there have been numerous conspiracy theories suggesting that there was a larger conspiracy involved in JFK’s assassination, involving multiple individuals or groups.

2. Robert F. Kennedy (RFK): RFK was assassinated on June 5, 1968, in Los Angeles, California, while campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination. He was shot by Sirhan Sirhan, a Palestinian Arab immigrant. Sirhan was apprehended at the scene and later convicted of the assassination. The motive behind RFK’s assassination was believed to be his support for Israel during the Arab-Israeli conflict, as well as his stance on other political issues. However, similar to JFK’s assassination, there have been conspiracy theories suggesting that there was more to RFK’s assassination than the official account.

It is important to note that while investigations have been conducted into both assassinations, there is no universally accepted consensus on all the details and motivations behind them. The official accounts provided by the investigations have been subject to scrutiny and criticism, leading to ongoing debates and conspiracy theories surrounding these tragic events.