Wednesday, July 28, 2010

10 murders in the history of the most successful

10 murders in the history of the most successful

10. Alexander Litvinenko

Alexander Litvinenko was a Russian KGB agent, membelotdan likely be an agent of MI6. On 1 November 2006, Litvinenko fell ill after eating at the Itsu sushi restaurant in London. He balls just accept other evidence of a murder when he was eating in a restaurant. On 3 November, Litvinenko condition deteriorated and he was taken to Barnet General Hospital in London. He died three weeks after hospitalization with acute radiation syndrome due to radioactive polonium-210. The incident received worldwide media coverage is very large, probably because of the similarity in spy case to Hollywood movies. Now accepted that Litvinenko was poisoned by a cup of tea in his hotel room. No one was convicted of murder, but there are suspicions of Russian government involvement. Litvinenko died at age 44.

9. Lee Harvey Oswald

Lee Harvey Oswald was a former Marine who was claimed by the United States government, responsible for the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Is this true, Oswald was murdered two days later after the fatal shooting of the President in the basement of Dallas police headquarters by Jack Ruby, a Dallas nightclub owner with a network of organized crime. Ruby seems to have annoyed and angered by the murder of the President and have been trying to take revenge. Oswald was shot on November 24, 1963 and died that night, aged 24.

8. John Lennon

John Lennon is one of the founding members of The Beatles, who had gone to the entire world, has been successful as a member of the band, and also as a peace activist. On December 8, 1980, Lennon in New York City. When he returned to his hotel that evening a man shouted his name. After Lennon turned around, he shot Lennon four times. Lennon then staggered into the hotel and collapsed. Meanwhile, the assassin Mark David Chapman dropped the gun and sat in the street, waiting to be arrested. He was charged with murder and remains in prison to this day. The motivation for the killing is unclear.

7. Robert F. Kennedy

U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy was the brother of John F. Kennedy. He was shot on June 5, 1968 by a man named Sirhan Sirhan. A day later, Kennedy died in hospital. Kennedy was shot four times at point-blank range. RFK is known as a leading presidential candidate from the Democratic Party USA. It is unknown what motivated Sirhan to kill Kennedy, however, assumed he was a Palestinian terrorist seeking revenge for U.S. support of Israel in the Six Day War in 1967. Kennedy died at the age of 42.

6. Malcolm X

Malcolm X, also known as Malcolm Little as a black American Muslim minister. He is often regarded as the mastermind behind the Black Power movement in the 1960s and 1970s in which African Americans became a radical and driven toward freedom and respect from fellow Americans. Malcolm had previously been a member of the Nation of Islam, however, he has become a Sunni Muslim. seemed to, the Nation of Islam had given orders for the murder of Malcolm X. On February 21, 1965, Malcolm began speaking when a man ran through the crowd and shot Malcolm X with a sawn-off shotgun. Two other people joined and Malcolm was shot 16 times total. The three men who killed Malcolm X all are members of the Nation of Islam. Although often labeled as cold-hearted radical and threatening, the world's sympathy for the killing Malcolm X. Malcolm X died at age 39.

5. Martin Luther King Jr..

Martin Luther King was the main actor behind the American Civil Rights Movement. Movement is an effort to eliminate racial discrimination African Americans. King himself was black. On 4 April 1968, while standing on the second floor balcony of a motel room, King was shot. After the assassination, there were riots in more than 60 cities across the United States, and five days later, President Johnson declared day of mourning. Two months later, the convict James Earl Ray was arrested in London and extradited to Tennessee where he faces charges of murder against the King. Ray is a white man who opposed African-American Civil Rights Movement.

4. Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln was the 16th President of the United States, and held the post from 1861 until his death in 1865. John Wilkes Booth was an eye-mataKonfederasi, who had become angry at the president's support for freedom of African Americans. He became determined to kill Lincoln. On April 14, 1865, Lincoln went to the theater. With the presence of only one bodyguard, inside the theater, Booth grabbed the opportunity. He waited until the laughter meet the theater and shot the President in the head. Booth escaped, but was captured and shot in twelve days later. Lincoln aged 56 at his death.

3. Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar was a Roman military and political figures in the first century BC He was a successful military leader and a great success, the next he began a civil war in the Republic of Rome. After that, he was declared as a dictator. However, some senators in Rome was disappointed by the Emperor for what he had done, and planned the murder will occur on March Ides. While walking past the Pompey Theatre, Caesar was stopped by a group of senators to read the allegedly false bills to give power back to the Senate. When Caesar did this, he was stabbed. According to historical evidence, there were 60 Senators present. Caesar was stabbed after he tried to escape, but fell and was stabbed repeatedly in the floor. He menagalami 23 stab wounds. Her death marked the end of the Roman Republic. At the time of his death, Caesar, 57 years old.

2. Franz Ferdinand

Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and heir to the throne of Austria because he was largely regarded as a trigger for the beginning of World War I. On June 28, 1914 he traveled to Sarajevo, which at the time was a region of Austria. While sitting on an open car, he and his wife Sophie were shot by members of the Black Hand which is a group of Serbs trying to get independence for all countries were annexed by Austria-Hungary. First World War began two months after the murder, with Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia. Declaration of war is to start a domino effect across Europe in which all the allies of Serbia declared war on Austria-Hungary and all its allies. At the time of the murder, Ferdinand was 50 years old.

1. John F. Kennedy

John Fitzgerald Kennedy was the 35th President of the United States. He served from January 20, 1961 until his death on November 22, 1963. His presidency was one of the most complete history of the 20th century. Space race, the American Civil Rights Movement, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the construction of the Berlin Wall, and the beginning of the Vietnam War all took place during his presidency. Although there are hundreds of witnesses in the murder, there is much confusion surrounding Kennedy's death until today, causing a lot of suspicion of conspiracy. Just before 12:30 pm, Kennedy traveled through Dallas in an open top limousine. Three shots were then fired from a high-powered rifle, which all went into the president. Kennedy died shortly after in hospital. Lee Harvey Oswald (see number 10) was charged with the murder of the President. These murders particularly have a lot of conspiracy theories, especially considering that until he died, Oswald maintained his innocence. Among those who have accused the FBI, Cuba, the CIA or the Soviet Union. Many believe that there could have been a conspiracy among these groups. There is never any evidence to prove that Oswald acted alone, or if he was even involved in the murder. Despite various investigations, the death is still shrouded in mystery until now
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