Nation: Marina Oswald

In her more than 25 hours before the Commission (longest appearance of any witness), Marina Oswald spoke mostly through a Russian interpreter, haltingly told what it was like to live with Lee Harvey Oswald. Excerpts: "He said that after 20 years he would be prime minister. I think that he had a sick imagination—at least at that time I already considered him to be not quite normal—not always, but at times. He was very much interested, exceedingly so, in autobiographical works of outstanding statesmen of the United States and others. I think that he compared himself to these people whose autobiographies...

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