A fictional speech by the Kennedy Case investigators proving that Oswald was the lonen gunman.

Essay by blue_geneJunior High, 9th gradeA, June 2004

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Having evidence presented toward you in such a clear and simple manor does not come this often. The pure simplicity of this case has lead me to believe, and I know many of you do, that Lee Harvey Oswald kill President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

Lets go through the sequence of events. Lee was brought up with no father and a prostitute mother in Brooklyn, New York. After enlisting and being expelled by 12 different public school he is detained under the conditions that he is 'anti-social', 'curruptive' and was 'beyond the control of his mother'. He was then send to the Youth House, an institution where children are kept under psychiatric 'observation' while their cases are being examined. In the 5 months he was there Dr. Renatus Hartogs examined him. In one of his sessions he vividly describes that he does miss his freedom but certainly not his mother.

After being expelled he is sent to probation. There he is described as a 'loner' and spends much of his time reading many books inspired by Carl Marx. He comments that he doesn't like to be around other people as he has trouble making friends.

After leaving school he reports to the marine corps where he becomes fluent in Russian. After a year of training he heads of to a radio outpost in Japan. While he is there he is court marshalled twice for shooting him self in the foot with a high-powered pistol and then for fighting with a commanding officer. On the latter offence he is discharged and flys off to Helsinki. In a hotel room he tries to commit suicide. In Minsk, before the KGB take him in for questioning, Oswald attempts to renounce his US citizenship at the US embassy. After four months of close surveillence...