Please don't Let Me Fall - a historical fiction short story by Owen Richason

Please, Don’t Let Me Fall

The assassination of the 16th United States President was a first for the country in more than one regard, and one of those accused of being in on the plot would become the subject of controversy - not only contemporarily - but far into the future… "Sic semper tyrannis!" was not just the ranting of a deranged, racist, secessionist - it rekindled a rallying cry for those seeking justice in the brutal and cowardly assassination of one of the most beloved figures in history. In fact, the Latin phrase was even then, and remains, the state motto of Virginia - recommended by George Mason to the Virginia Convention in 1776.  The declaration now had a particularly distinct and poign
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