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"Tape: Call on JFK wasn't Oswald
WASHINGTON (AP) - Hours after President Kennedy was assassinated, FBI agents
reportedly listened to a tape of a phone call that a man identifying himself
as "Lee Oswald" had placed to the Soviet Embassy in Mexico City. They made a
startling discovery: The voice on the tape was not Oswald's, government
records say. This controversial tape has been a question mark in the
assassination investigation since Kennedy was killed. The assassination
occurred 36 years ago Monday and only now have new details about the tape
come to light. The CIA said years ago that the tapes on which it recorded
the call were erased. Documents released in recent years said otherwise. The
latest and newest of declassified documents offer more evidence that the
tapes survived. See full story *** Also: Excerpts from JFK documents, see
full story "
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