Charles Guiteau – The Shaky Assassin (TV14; 4:34) James Garfield, an incredibly popular president, was gunned down by an incredibly shaky former worker.
Charles Julius Guiteau was an American assassin produced on September 8, 1841 in Freeport, Illinois. As a young adult he joined a contentious religious sect and after that studied theology and law. Guiteau wrote a speech which was given at most two times by James Garfield, so that as such considered he was responsible for Garfield’s presidential triumph. Guiteau insisted President Garfield make him an ambassadorship to Paris. Following the president refused his requests, Guiteau shot him in 1881. Guiteau expired by hanging on June 30, 1882 for the assassination of President Garfield.
Following a unsuccessful effort to attend the University of Michigan, Guiteau joined the Oneida Community in the Big Apple, a controversial religious sect his dad belonged to. Then he got a law permit in Chicago and began a business with the inheritance from his grandpa. Next attempt failed, he turned to theology after which politics. After composing a hackneyed address in support of President Garfield, Guiteau insisted he be given with the ambassadorship in Paris. Garfield’s staff grew aweary of Guiteau’s continued requests and finally told him never to come back. Charles Guiteau’s trial was a media circus, with all the defendant seeing himself as something of a star. Himself maintained he was officially but not medically crazy at time of the shooting and was dismayed to be found guilty on January 23, 1882.