Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK - Study Guide Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

Gerald Posner
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Lee stayed with his aunt in New Orleans while he looked for a job. Two weeks later, on May 9, he found a job at Reily Coffee Company. He rented an apartment and the next day, Ruth Paine drove Marina and June to New Orleans. By the end of the month, he had contacted the Fair Play for Cuba Committee about opening a New Orleans branch.

At this time, some people reported seeing Oswald meet with the FBI who would hand him large envelopes. Oswald used to hang around Alba's garage and spent much of his spare time distributing Cuba literature. He also obtained a passport at this time. He and Marina contacted the Russian Embassy about returning to Russia.

Oswald was fired from his job on July 19 and worked on his Cuba campaign. Some of his literature was stamped with the address of...

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