Lee Harvey Oswald

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Lee Harvey Oswald

Lee Harvey Oswald was born on October 18, 1939, in New Orleans, Louisiana. He was held responsible as the sole assassin of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963, by the Warren Commission, although the assassination has become a popular target for conspiracy theorists. Oswald was a lifelong communist and leftist who at one point defected to the Soviet Union.

Oswald was murdered in front of live television cameras on November 24, 1963, by Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby.

JFK conspiracy theories usually gloss over Oswald's marriage to the daughter of a KGB colonel. She was allowed to marry him and they were allowed to emigrate, but the KGB had no plans for him? Occam's razor could use a good stropping here.[1] In addition, declassified CIA documents dating back to the assassination that were released in 2015 revealed that, among other things, the CIA found out on September 28, 1963 that Oswald prior to assassinating Kennedy proceeded to pay a visit to the Soviet and Cuban embassies in an attempt to gain visas, indicating he had plans to leave the country very soon.[2]

The Most Rejected Man of His Time

James Dobson wrote a short story concerning the reason why Oswald murdered John F. Kennedy. It reads as follows:

"He began his life with all the classic handicaps and disadvantages. His mother was a dominating woman who found it difficult to love anyone. She gave him no affection, no training and no discipline during his early years.
"When he was 13, a school psychologist commented that he probably didn't even know the meaning of the word "love." During adolescence, the girls would have nothing to do with him and he fought with the boys.
"After failing at every pursuit, including a stint in the United States Marine Corps, he fled the country. He married a Russian girl, but she also began to hold him in contempt. She could outfight him, and she learned to bully him. Finally, she forced him to leave.
"After days of loneliness, he went home, fell on his knees and literally begged her to take him back. He wept at her feet, but she laughed at him and made fun of his sexual impotency in front of a friend. Finally, he pleaded no more. No one wanted him. No one had ever wanted him. He was perhaps the most rejected man of his time.
"The next day, he was a strangely different man. He arose, went to the garage, and took down a rifle he had hidden there. He carried it with him to his newly acquired job at a book-storage building. And from a window on the sixth floor of that building, shortly after noon, November 22, 1963, he sent two shells crashing into the head of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.
"Lee Harvey Oswald, the rejected, unlovable failure, killed the man who, more than any other person on earth -- embodied all the success, beauty, wealth, and family affection which Oswald lacked. In firing that rifle, he utilized the one skill he had learned in his entire, miserable lifetime.

Also on November 22, 1963, someone had shot a Dallas policeman, Officer J.D. Tippit, using a handgun, and Oswald was accused of that shooting as well. Evidence revealed that Oswald had received both the rifle and a handgun, through mail-order purchase, and both arrived on the same day.

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