Just a reminder--before his death 16 July 1999, JFK Jr. was seriously considering running for the seat of retiring US Sen. Patrick Moynihan (D-NY). It was the Senate seat Hillary Clinton wanted and got.
John-John's plane crashed under very similar circumstances as those of a presidential candidate a few years later on 25 Oct. 2002. Professors Jim Fetzer and Don Jacobs wrote a book about the crash--American Assassination: The Strange Death of Sen. Paul Wellstone (2004).
We need to be thinking of how to protect Sen. Bernie Sanders. How about a Truth & Reconciliation Commission of non-government members like the one that helped South Africa transition to democracy not long ago. We might ask Pope Francis and the Dalai Lama to co-chair it.
And we might connect the JFK assassination with 9/11. As former Minn. Gov. Jesse Ventura once said, "If you can get away with killing a president, you can get away with anything." The past fifty years of US history proves the Governor absolutely correct.