The mind of the assassin

Beck, Melinda; Liu, Melinda
November 1993
Newsweek;11/22/1993, Vol. 122 Issue 21, p71
Examines the life and mind of Lee Harvey Oswald. The evidence that seems more compelling than ever that Oswald killed John F. Kennedy; Basis for the allegation that Oswald was psychologically prone to commit a historic act of violence; His defection to Russia; Marriage to Marina Nikolayevna Prusakova; Fidel Castro; `Marina and Lee,' by Priscilla Johnson McMillan.


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