Nation: A Fourth Shot?

New mystery in the JFK case

For two years, the House Assassinations Committee has been poring over all the evidence on the shooting of President John F. Kennedy, trying to disprove once and for all the various conspiracy theories. Until now its conclusion was the same one that the Warren Commission had reached 14 years ago: Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, fired three shots from his sniper's nest above and behind the presidential limousine.

Last week, however, the committee received a disturbing new analysis suggesting that Oswald might have had an accomplice. A pair of...

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