When Lee Harvey Oswald shot John F. Kennedy, the crime ripped through lives far beyond the shooter and his victim. The Dallas Morning News, published within sight of the shooting, tells five short stories of lives forever changed:
There's the landlady, whose tenant forever changed her home; the police officer's widow, who lost her true love; the photographers, who both captured Oswald's murder on film and competed for the Pulitzer-winning photo; the lawyer, whose first criminal trial was for Jack Ruby; and the historian, who may always find new mysteries left behind by that day.
These short articles, which first appeared in The Dallas Morning News, add fresh details to a story that will forever fascinate America.
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Published November 13, 2011
by The Dallas Morning News.
Biographies & Memoirs, History.