FBI: The Oswald Cover-Up

What if Aaron Burr had been a bad shot? What if Lincoln had not attended Our American Cousin? Such questions, history's most tantalizing and ironic, are also its most academic and trivial−except in some extraordinary instances. One such instance is now coming to light. The FBI is investigating the previously unrevealed fact that a few days before President Kennedy's assassination on Nov. 22, 1963, Lee Harvey Oswald dropped in at the bureau's Dallas office to deliver a threatening note. Not only did the Dallas FBI fail to put Oswald under surveillance, but FBI...

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