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Posted 31 May 2008 - 06:44 PM



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*’Sweeps’ NOTE:
Let’s LOOK at the indications that JFK Junior was ‘Assassinated’. We should all know that he was piloting/and was killed in a Plane Crash. This was just a ‘Nano type second’ in Political terms…before George Bush Jr. was
elevated to the status of a-serious- presidential candidate. Interestingly…the Air Force and ‘The FAA’ behaved very strangely the day his plane disappeared
Does sort of remind us of 9/11 government behavior./’S’

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John was born on November 25, 1960, only weeks after his father was elected president. He was the first child born to a president-elect and the first infant to live in the White House since the Cleveland administration. Three years later, the world watched as the three year old, on his birthday saluted his father's casket as it passed by. Two weeks after the funeral, his mother, Jacqueline Kennedy, moved John Jr. and his sister, Caroline, out of the White House to Manhattan, where she made every attempt to raise her children as normal as possible, out of the public eye.
With all her influence and grace, Jacqueline could not tame the media. Nevertheless, she did succeed in raising two children that matured into responsible independent adults. Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg has maintained a much more private life. Handsome, rich, polite and charismatic, John Jr. was too much for the media to stay away from.
John attended New York City's Collegiate School for Boys and graduated from the elite Phillips Academy in Andover. Unlike many of the Kennedy men who attended Harvard, John went to Brown University, graduating in 1983. After thinking seriously about an acting career, John enrolled in New York University's Law School, a move many now say was motivated by Jackie's wishes. He failed the bar exam twice, prompting the tabloids to name him "The hunk who flunked."
In late 1988, People magazine dubbed him the "Sexiest Man Alive." When he introduced his uncle Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, at the 1988 Democratic Convention, people speculated that John Jr. was getting ready to run for office himself. Instead he went to work as a prosecutor for the Manhattan District Attorney. After amassing a very impressive record of 6-0 from 1989-1993, he resigned.
The avenue Kennedy chose was later was publishing. In 1995 he launched "George" magazine, as a glossy, nonpartisan political journal subtitled "not just politics as usual." In addition to his duties as editor, he wrote essays and conducted interviews, which included discussions with Fidel Castro and Mike Tyson. In 1997 the essay, Kennedy called his cousins Michael and Joseph, who suffered personal embarrassments in the public eye, "poster boys to very bad behavior".
While he led a life under intense media scrutiny, John did not give the press much fodder. Aside from a few public spats with his wife, Carolyn, a former Calvin Klein executive, John kept a low profile. A passionate philanthropist, John volunteered with several nonprofit's and sat on the board of several family foundations. He was often seen skating around his TriBeCa neighborhood. He also was in Central Park jogging on a regular basis. He was as special as it gets.

July 22, 1999

The Kennedy family bid a tearful adieu to John F. Kennedy Jr, his wife and sister-in-law scattering their mortal remains into the sea off Martha's Vineyard, where the three met their watery grave in a plane crash last Friday.
The ashes of John, his wife Carolyn Bessette and her sister Lauren Bessette were immersed in the Atlantic Ocean about five km from the crash site by a group of 15 members of the Kennedy and Bessette families aboard the navy destroyer USS Brisco.
The bodies were received on Wednesday from the wreckage of the six-seater Piper Saratoga 32 piloted by John himself and were cremated after an autopsy at the Barnstable County Hospital.
Dressed in black clothing, the mourners included John's sister, Caroline, his uncle Senator Edward M. Kennedy, and cousins Maria Shriver and William Kennedy Smith. The Mother of the Bessette sisters, Ann Freeman, stepfather Richard Freeman, and Lauren's twin sister, Lisa Ann Bessette.
Three folded American flags and three wreaths with red, yellow and white flowers had been placed on the ship. St.Thomas More's Roman Catholic church on new York's upper east side, where Kennedys mother, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, often attended mass, said it would hold a memorial service for Kennedy and his wife Friday morning.
President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton attended the service.