Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Gerald Posner
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The Fraziers, neighbors of the Paines, say Lee carrying a long package that morning. He told Frazier that the package contained curtain rods. Oswald spent time looking out the window and other co-workers told him about the motorcade. When the workers went to lunch, Oswald remained on the sixth floor. There are discrepancies in the stories of the workers as to whether he was in the lunchroom or not, just as there were in the reports of men in the windows of the different floors. Many felt that there were two men in the sniper's nest.

President Kennedy and Texas Governor Connally were shot as the motorcade passed the Texas School Book Depository. The Presidential car then sped out of Dealey Plaza. There was a great deal of confusion in the Plaza. There were more than two hundred witnesses. Some reported hearing three shots, while...

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