Over the past half century, opinion has been divided as to the role of Lee Harvey Oswald in the assassination of President John F Kennedy.
The rumours began to spread almost immediately that the accused assassin may have working for or being manipulated by individuals involved with the United States Intelligence apparatus.
The most tantalising piece of evidence came from none other than Congressman Gerald R Ford, who had served as a Warren Commission member in 1964. Ford revealed in his (co-written) 1965 book ‘Oswald: Portrait of the Assassin’, that the FBI had an ‘undercover agent' in Dallas at the time of the assassination and that that agent was none other than Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged assassin of President Kennedy.
The two most asked questions in the whole JFK assassination story remain unanswered:
Who was Lee Harvey Oswald and what was his role on 22 November 1963?
In 'S-172: Lee Harvey Oswald Links To Intelligence Agencies’, author Glenn B Fleming looks at these claims and presents a compelling case that all is not as we have been told about accussed assassin Lee Harvey Oswald
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