JFK fact: Oswald was no ordinary Marine. He studied Russian at the corp's elite spy school and had a high security clearance.
JFK fact: While Oswald was in USSR, someone in U.S. used the name “Lee Oswald” to buy a fleet of vehicles for anti-Castro rebels.
JFK fact: When Oswald returned from his USSR “defection,” he was not prosecuted and did not lose his top-secret clearance.
JFK fact: Oswald's tax returns are still classified. Speculation: He was a paid informant for FBI, handled by agent James Hosty.
JFK fact: Oswald had no known left-wing pals in Dallas or New Orleans. His closest friend was right-wing oilman, associate of G. Bush Sr.
JFK fact: There are three, not two, backyard photos of “Oswald,” each with identical shadows and expressions, despite different poses.
JFK fact: Days before Oswald's arrest, ex-Marine Thomas Vallee was arrested with a rifle on a high-rise parade route in Chicago.
JFK fact: At least seven Secret Service agents were out drinking until 5 a.m. on the morning of the assasination. None were reprimanded.
JFK fact: Future presidents Nixon and G. Bush Sr. were both in Dallas' Dealey Plaza on the morning of assassination but left beforehand.
JFK fact: Oswald's prints were not found on the rifle until days later, after feds visited his corpse with a long bag and an ink pad.
JFK fact: Oswald had no traces of gunpowder residue on his cheek to indicate he had fired a rifle.
JFK fact: The top US marksman, decorated marine Carlos Hathcock, declared that Oswald's supposed shooting feat was impossible.
JFK fact: The army's top ballistics-and-wounds expert, Dr. Joseph Dolce, said no bullet could cause seven wounds and emerge so pristine
JFK fact: More than a dozen doctors and nurses from Parkland testified that JFK's throat wound was caused by a shot from the front.
JFK fact: Oswald was interrogated by Dallas police for 12 hours, yet nothing he said was recorded or transcribed.
JFK fact: Jack Ruby was an anti-Castro gun runner and a longtime mobster who was involved in a murder for Al Capone in 1939.
JFK fact: Jack Ruby talked to reporter/acquaintance Seth Kantor at Parkland Hosptial on Nov. 22, the day the bullet was found on stretcher.
JFK fact: The bullet mysteriously found on a hospital stretcher had no trace of anyone's blood or clothing fibers on it.
JFK fact: The presidential autopsy was performed at gunpoint by a first-time pathologist who burned all his notes afterward.
JFK fact: The president's brain, which would show the entry and exit points of the bullet(s), is missing from the National Archives.
JFK fact: CIA agent E. Howard Hunt confessed in a deathbed recording that there was a conspiracy to murder JFK.
JFK fact: It is the official position of the US gov't that JFK was killed by a conspiracy, as per the House investigation of 1979.