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Charles Guiteau

September 8, 1841 - June 30, 1882


On July 2, 1881, Guiteau shot Garfield in the back with a .44-caliber revolver. "The President's tragic death was a sad necessity," is a quote from the letter found in his pocket of the assassin.  He fled the shooting scene in a cab, leaving behind many witnesses. Guiteau reported to jail hours later. In his cell, Guiteau wrote his own epitaph: "Here lies the body of Charles Guiteau, Patriot and Christian." After a Supreme Court appeal failed, Guiteau was hanged at 12:40 p.m. June 30, 1882


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