The Man Who Shot the Man Who Shot the President
It was all very orderly, until suddenly it wasn't. Law enforcement officials lined one side of the Dallas police office basement. Newsmen, cameras in tow, lined the other. They were all waiting for one man: Lee Harvey Oswald.

Two days before, Oswald had fired a quick succession of shots from an upper window in a downtown book depository, killing President John F. Kennedy and changing the course of American history. Now Oswald was going to be transferred to another jail and the TV cameras would have another shot at the most infamous man in the country.

But on that Sunday morning -- 54 years ago today -- someone else was also waiting for his chance.


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