Kennedy Artifacts Found in Dallas Courthouse Artifacts related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy have been discovered in a safe in the Dallas County courthouse. However, the most fascinating — and controversial — document found is unlikely to be what it appears to be.
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Kennedy Artifacts Found in Dallas Courthouse

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Kennedy Artifacts Found in Dallas Courthouse

Kennedy Artifacts Found in Dallas Courthouse

Kennedy Artifacts Found in Dallas Courthouse

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Artifacts related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy have been discovered in a safe in the Dallas County courthouse. The most fascinating — and controversial — find is a document that appears to be a transcript of a conversation between Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, and the man who killed him, Jack Ruby.

But Jennifer Emily, a reporter for the Dallas Morning News, says the document is unlikely to be what it appears to be.