Did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone in the assassination of John F Kennedy?

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A defector to the Soviet Union, who married a Soviet wife (whose uncle was a colonel in the MVD), who openly advocated for Cuba and other Communist causes, and who visited the Soviet and Cuban embassies in Mexico City two months earlier, clearly was acting entirely alone when he assassinated a president who had engaged in a dangerous confrontation with the Soviet Union over nuclear weapons in Cuba that ultimately forced the Soviet-and-Cuban side to humiliatingly back down.

After all, if there had been any evidence to the contrary, we can be sure the US government would have forthrightly publicized it, rather than suppress it in order to avoid public demands for another dangerous confrontation with a nuclear-armed adversary.

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