A letter JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald wrote to his mother -- a key piece of evidence from the Warren Commission investigation -- has just been auctioned off for $7,050.
In the letter, Oswald, whom the commission determined to be the slain president's sole killer, tells his mother about his Russian-born wife's visit with her uncle, a KGB agent.
For nearly 50 years, conspiracy advocates have touted the notion that the government covered up important information about the Kennedy assassination, speculating that the Soviet KGB intelligence agency was somehow involved."This letter is interesting because Oswald's wife, Marina, is in Minsk, meeting with her uncle, a KGB officer, and Oswald is miserable because she left him. At this point, he's been trying to get re-entry into the United States and has run into the bureaucracy of both the Soviet and U.S. government," said Bobby Livingston, vice president of sales and marketing for RR Auction in Amherst, N.H. ...
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