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"Although the identity of the suspect remained in doubt for only a few more minutes at that Dallas police station, the search has continued for the answer to the broader question of who Lee Harvey Oswald was. Understand him is the key to finding out what happened in Dallas on November 22, 1963" (Chapter 1, pg. 5.)

"According to Nosenko, although Soviet intelligence kept Oswald under surveillance, it viewed him as mentally unfit, had not debriefed him, and had no relationship with him. If that was true, it meant the KGB and the Soviet Union were absolved of any complicity in JFK's murder. If it was false, Nosenko could be a phony defector, intended, among other things, to deflect the Warren Commission from focusing on evidence of the real Soviet role with Oswald" (Chapter3, pg. 34-35.)

"Although Oswald still refused to say why he had defected to the USSR, he again promised to...

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