⌛ Shot and killed in Dallas, TX, by Lee Harvey Oswald. ⌛ Oswald was killed two days later by Jack Ruby.
⌛ Shot in chest in Milwaukee by John Nepomuk Schrank, a saloon keeper opposed to the former president seeking a third term. ⌛ The president refused medical attention until he finished the speech. ⌛ Shrank was committed to a mental hospital, died there 30 years later.
⌛ Fatally shot by John Wilkes Booth at Ford's Theatre, while attending 'Our American Cousin.' ⌛ Booth was shot in a barn near Port Royal, VA.
⌛ Attacked in the Capital Rotunda by Richard Lawrence, a house painter, claiming to be the rightful heir to the English throne. ⌛ Both pistols misfired. ⌛ Lawrence was found insane, committed to jail and mental institutions for the rest of his life.
⌛ Died after developing pneumonia from spending two hours outside during his inauguration on a cold rainy day.
⌛ Police officer who stopped and was killed by Oswald, 45 minutes after the Kennedy assassination. ⌛ His death led to the arrest of Oswald.
⌛ Lynette 'Squeaky' Fromme was prevented from firing her (empty) .45 caliber pistol in Sacramento. ⌛ Fromme was a devotee of Charles Manson. ⌛ Sentenced to life imprisonment.
⌛ 2 Puerto Rican nationalists, Oscar Collazo & Griselio Torresola, attempted to shoot their way into Blair House. ⌛ They killed a White House guard, and wounded two others. ⌛ Torresola was killed in the attack. ⌛ Collazo was sentenced to death, but his sentence was commuted to life imprisonment.
⌛ Died after being shot at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, by Leon Czolgosz, an anarchist. ⌛ He fired two shots from a pistol hidden under a handkerchief. ⌛ Czolgosz was electrocuted at the Auburn State Prison.
⌛ Shot and injured by John W. Hinckley Jr in Washington DC. ⌛ Hinckley was attempting to impress Jodie Foster. ⌛ Found not guilty by reason of insanity.
⌛ Died of cholera morbus after eating cherries and wild berries.
⌛ White House guard, killed during an attempt on Harry Truman's life. ⌛ Before his death he shot and killed one of the assailants.
⌛ 5 people were wounded, and Anton J. Cermak, mayor of Chicago was killed, as Giuseppe Zangara took aim at and missed this president-elect. ⌛ Zangara was executed.
⌛ Shot in the Baltimore & Potomac Railroad Depot, Washington DC by Charles Guiteau, a disgruntled office seeker. ⌛ The president died two and a half months later. ⌛ Guiteau was convicted and hanged.
⌛ Died in San Francisco after becoming ill following a trip to Alaska. ⌛ Most suspect stroke or pneumonia, but some speculate that he was poisoned. ⌛ His wife refused an autopsy.
⌛ Presidential assistant who was permanently disabled as a result of an assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan. ⌛ He subsequently became a vocal supporter of gun control.
⌛ Died of a cerebral hemorrhage in Warm Springs, GA.
⌛ Sara Jane Moore shot at, but missed, this president in San Francisco, with a .38 caliber pistol. ⌛ Sentenced to life imprisonment.