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Death of Fletcher Prouty
Tuesday June 5, 2001
16 million dollars for the ...
Friday July 16, 1999
3,000 autopsy pages released
Sunday August 2, 1998
George W. Hickey loses trial
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October 1959


Lee Harvey Oswald
16 October 1959: Oswald arrives in Russia
Lee Harvey Oswald arrives in Moscow by train after crossing the border from Finland, where he had secured a visa for a 6-day stay in the Soviet Union. He immediately applies for Soviet citizenship.

21 October 1959: Oswald must leave USSR
On the afternoon, Lee Harvey Oswald is ordered to leave the Soviet Union by 8 p.m. that evening. That same afternoon in his hotel room Oswald, in an apparent suicide attempt, slashed his left wrist.

Lee Harvey Oswald
31 October 1959: Oswald wishes to renounce his U.S. citizenship
3 days after his release from the hospital, Lee Harvey Oswald appears at the American Embassy and announces that he wishes to renounce his U.S. citizenship and become a Russian citizen. When asked his reasons, Oswald replied, "I am a Marxist".



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