Lee Harvey Oswald, a 5ft 8ins ex-Marine and an enthusiastic supporter of Russia and Cuba, was arrested at the Texas theatre in Dallas at . 5pm on November 22, 1963, 75 minutes after the assassination of President John F Kennedy. He was known to the police. After being discharged from the US Marine Corps, he went to live in the Soviet Union.
He also purchased a revolver from a different company, by the same method.
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Lee Harvey Oswald, accused of assassinating former . President John F. Kennedy, is pictured with Dallas police Sgt. Warren (R) and a fellow officer in Dallas. On September 20, 1959, Lee Harvey Oswald, the man who is officially considered to be the assassin of President John F. Kennedy, began his ideological journey to the Soviet Union. When Soviet authorities rejected Lee Harvey Oswald’s request to prolong his one-week travel visa on which he came to the USSR from Finland in early October 1959, he slit his veins in a hotel bathroom. Oswald, a 19-year-old ex-Marine, could not stand the idea of returning to the United States. Days before, Oswald had arrived in Moscow via a circuitous route. 20, he left New Orleans for Le Havre, France, under the pretext of going to Europe to study.