Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Gerald Posner
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The questioning of Oswald began around 2:30 pm n the day of the assassination. It was led by homicide captain Will Fritz. There were noo transcripts nor recordings available. There were twenty-five different interrogators from the different government branches. Their first priority was to determine if Oswald had accomplices. At first his friends and relatives were under suspicion and questioned. Oswald was cocky and enjoyed the publicity. This led Marina to believe at the time that he was guilty. He lied about the rifle, the Hidell alias, Mexico City, and other things. He denied killing the President.

The police charged Oswald in the killing of Tippit. On Saturday, he was arraigned on the charge of killing the President. The chief decided to allow Oswald to have a press conference. It only lasted a few minutes. JCK Ruby, a Dallas nightclub owner, was in the room. Ruby...

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