15 Unanswered Questions About JFK’s Assassination

Unanswered Questions
Dallas Police; Warren Commission, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

9. What Happened To The Official Notes Of Oswald’s Questioning?

If you’ve ever seen any cop show, you’ll know that when the police are questioning a subject they record both visual and audio for when their time in court comes. You would think that there would be extensive records of the interviews with the man who had just killed the most powerful man in the world, but you’d be very wrong. Unbelievably, there are next to no official notes of Oswald’s questioning by Dallas police or the FBI.

The only notes we have are from two interviewers which are handwritten and incomplete at best. Having more extensive notes from the interviews conducted with Oswald could have given us a better understanding of his psyche and motivations. The notes we do have only surfaced in the 1990s when they were discovered in the personal belongings of former Police Captain J.W. Fritz, and anonymously donated.

What we do know from the notes is that Oswald consistently protested his innocence, claiming that the now famous photograph of him in his backyard holding a rifle in one hand and Marxist newspapers in the other is completely fake.

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1 thought on “15 Unanswered Questions About JFK’s Assassination”

  1. Kassandra Miller

    What about the belief by some that Kennedy was on the verge of releasing evidence of alien contact and so his killing was to stop that?

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