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One Comment

  1. Ellen Clay says:

    The information on Pim Fortuyn is incorrect: he was assasinated in 2002 not 1992

  2. nospar says:

    An assassination is a political act. Most of these killings were of political figures, which John Lennon was not. He was murdered, not assassinated, by a lone deranged individual, not as part of a conspiracy. Malcolm X was not really a political figure, and his killing should also probably be considered a murder rather than an assassination.

  3. -Robel Ramos says:

    Why not include the assassination of Philippine Senator Benigno Aquino, the father of the current Philippine President Benigno Simeon Aquino. The said assassination triggered the famous People Power last 1986 led by his widow and who later became the first lady president of the republic, Corazon C. Aquino.

  4. stephen says:

    First comment was about Lumumba.
    Fortuyn was shot in 2002, not 1992.

  5. stephen says:

    He was executed in Elizabethville, now Lubumbashi, not Belgium. Get your facts straight people.

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