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Who was Lee Harvey Oswald? Many questions linger

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He was a Patsy.

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When i was stationed in Atsugi, i tried to find anything about LHO. Old logs, pics etc.. (We ran across old logs snd such from as early as 1950-51) But it was like he never existed. Because apparently he was stationed there.

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A US Marine who qualified with the M-1 carbine and was firing a rifle he was familiar with would not have much trouble hitting a human head at less than 90 yards. I won't be around to see the results, but I'm certainly willing to let the conspiracy buffs another 50 years to come up with a more credible explanation. So far they haven't.

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A Socialist Assassin. Not much else to say

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Oswald was involved somehow but he wasnt the shooter. JFK was assassinated by a contingent of mafia godfathers, carlos marcello, trafficante et al aswell rogue cia agents and cuban revolutionaries.

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I heard he was stationed at Camp Fuji, not Atsugi. Atsugi is a NAS anyhow.

A US Marine who qualified with the M-1 carbine and was firing a rifle he was familiar with would not have much trouble hitting a human head at less than 90 yards. I won't be around to see the results, but I'm certainly willing to let the conspiracy buffs another 50 years to come up with a more credible explanation. So far they haven't.

stationary target at 90 yards, not hard. Moving target, very difficult. The part that is still a mystery to many is Rubys statement that he had something to tell, but couldnt. Im not a conspiracy fan, but I always found that part to be intriguing.

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