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The Oswald Case: Mark Lane's Testimony to the Warren Commission

The Oswald Case: Mark Lane's Testimony to the Warren Commission

On March 4, 1964, attorney and political activist Mark Lane appeared before the Warren Commission (The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy) to give testimony and request that he be allowed to represent Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged assassin of President John F. Kennedy. The Commission denied his request. On this spoken word recording Lane reads his entire testimony, noting what he concludes are apparent discrepancies in the investigation of the assassination of the president. The liner notes contain the full transcript of Lane’s testimony.

Track Listing

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Mark Lane's Testimony to the Warren Commission: Beginning of Testimony Mark Lane 22:17
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Mark Lane's Testimony to the Warren Commission: Beginning of Medical Testimony Mark Lane 21:03
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Mark Lane's Testimony to the Warren Commission: Oswald's Political Background Mark Lane 21:51
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Mark Lane's Testimony to the Warren Commission: Beginning: Narrative as Presented by Dallas D.A. to Conclusion Mark Lane 18:59
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