Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK - Chapter 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

Gerald Posner
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Lee and his family stayed at his brother, Robert's, Fort Worth home. He was interviewed by the FBI a few days after his arrival. Marguerite rented a Fort Worth apartment where she could live with Lee and his family. This arrangement lasted for one month. Lee secured employment and moved his family to their own rented home. His relationship with Marina had deteriorated and he became abusive. The Russian immigrant community liked Marina but did not like Lee. They included him for her benefit. Lee became friends with a man named George de Mohrenschidlt.

In October, the Oswalds moved into the Dallas home of June Hall since they convinced Lee that he would have better employment prospects in Dallas. He obtained a job at Jaggars-Chiles-Strovall working with photography. While there, he began to forge documents in the name of Alek Hidell. In November...

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