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Its 888-page final report was presented to President Johnson on September 24, 1964, and made public three days later. It concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in the killing of Kennedy and the wounding of Texas Governor John Connally, and that Jack Ruby acted alone in the murder of Oswald. The Commission's findings have since proven controversial and been both challenged and supported by later studies.
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He worked at the Texas School Book Depository warehouse where theshots were fired from. He was seen carrying a long thin packageinto the TSBD which he claimed were curtain rod…s. He was seen onthe sixth floor of the TSBD 30 minutes before the assassination. Hewas left alone there. He did none of his assigned work for the day.A witness on the street saw the gun being fired from the sixthfloor and gave a description of the gunman which matched Oswald. Heleft the building minutes after the assassination. He was the onlyperson to leave the TSBD between the assassination and when thepolice surrounded the building. He killed a cop on the same day, infront of witnesses. And he left his gun and fingerprints at thecrime scene. He tried to shoot the arresting officers; an odd thingfor an "innocent patsy" to do! Oswald had no need for curtain rods. His rented room already hadthem, as did the house where his wife lived. And of course, nocurtain rods were found in the TSBD, although the empty packagewas. Obviously, the rifle was in the package. Did he do it? Lee Harvey Oswald did do it. He was a man who neverfit in; no matter what he tried, he always ended up alienatinghimself from the "group". The likelihood that he could cooperate orcoordinate this activity with another person or persons is veryremote. He had the training, the skill, and the means to carry itout all by himself. Most of all, after all of his failures, he hadthe motivation to make this grand gesture that ensures that hisname would always be a part of American history.
He'd tried other ways to get famous and they didn't work. He wanted to be famous and historical, you see.
Jack Ruby, a Dallas nightclub owner who said he felt sorry for John F. Kennedy's widow, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.
What was the name of the movie theater where Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested following the assassination of JFK?
the Texas theater The Texas Theater is still around and still plays movies. It often shows foreign or other obscure movies (including the great horror Christmas movie Rare E…xports), and anyone working there can point out where Oswald sat (however, the original seat has been removed and replaced when the theater went under some renovations).
President J. F. Kennedy.
In the Dallas Police basement.
Oswald killed President John F. Kennedy on 22 November 1963.
John F Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald.
The Warren Comission.
Some say he was the assassinator, others say hew as just a patsy
He was arrested days later the John F. Kennedy assassination for killing a police officer(J.D. Tippit), where they started to suspect that he was the Presidential Killer, then… he was arrested for it, and when the police were transferring him to jail, a night club owner called Jack Ruby mortally wounded him in from of live cameras. Interesting Fact: Lee Harvey Oswalds toe-tag (the ones they hang on your toe after death to identify you) was auctioned on e-Bay and was sold for 2 dollars.
The Warren Commission finding was the he acted alone.
That Lee Harvey Oswald was the assassin of John F. Kennedy.
That it was committed by Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone. This was known to be untrue at the time, and Warren was brought in as the respectable-looking front man to cover-up t…he truth. He greatly resented this role, but was told it was his patriotic duty.
Dallas police oficer J. D. Tippit (1924-1963) was shot and killed by Oswald after he fled the assassination scene. There were several witnesses to the killing, which apparentl…y occurred after Tippit thought Oswald looked like a reported suspect in the shooting. A memorial to Tippit was dedicated 49 years later, in November, 2012.
He got a mail order 6.5 mm Carcano Model 91/38.