Was Lee Harvey Oswald a lone assassin...or just the fall guy in an elaborate plot to murder Kennedy? Interviews with Oswald's friends and associates shed light into his character and state of mind at the time of the killing. Part 4.

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Hilary Minster ...
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Marion Baker ...
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Warren H. Burroughs ...
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Ted Callaway ...
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Jesse E. Curry ...
Himself - Dallas Police Chief (archive footage)
Wesley Frazier ...
Himself (as Buell Wesley Frazier)
Jim Garrison ...
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Robert J. Groden ...
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Paul Grudy ...
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Larry Harris ...
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Gerald L. Hill ...
Himself - Dallas Police
Jim Leavelle ...
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Gary Mack ...
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Helen Markham ...
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Edwin Lea McGehee ...
Himself - Barber
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Was Lee Harvey Oswald a lone assassin...or just the fall guy in an elaborate plot to murder Kennedy? Interviews with Oswald's friends and associates shed light into his character and state of mind at the time of the killing. Part 4.

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The Men Who Killed Kennedy: The Patsy
10 November 2016 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

The Men Who Killed Kennedy: The Patsy (1991)

This second of three episodes from the 1991 reworking of the series has its full focus on Lee Harvey Oswald. If you're a history buff or just interested in the subject of the Kennedy assassination then you're going to really love this piece as it's really one of the greatest documentaries that I've seen on Oswald.

There's a lot of great information here and the best thing is the fact that there are so many friends of Oswald as well as people who were witnesses the day of the murder. We get an interview with the man Oswald road into work with that morning as well as co-workers who saw him that day before and after the assassination. We also hear from the cop who saw and spoke with him inside the building and there are witnesses who spotted him on the run.

There's a great bit of details on display here and there's no question that the interviews are terrific. Even better is the story told as you really get a full look at the rather unknown Oswald. There's some great stories about his family and there's no question that the episode wants to make sure and show that he wasn't the only one behind the assassination. If he was involved at all.

Episode: A+


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