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Front Page: Chronicle-Telegram, Nov. 22, 1963

On Nov. 22, 1963, The Chronicle-Telegram was an afternoon newspaper. As a results, the front page on the day of President Kennedy’s assassination focused on the national tragedy.

Kennedy Front Page Nov 22 by LorainCountyPrinting


  • SCARDELLETTI

    LEE HARVEY OSWALD IS FOREVER THE “ALLEGED” ASSASSIN

    Since he was never tried and convicted, and wasn’t even caught at the scene of the crime, Lee Harvey Oswald should be referred to as the “alleged” assassin of JFK.

    After all, O.J. Simpson was constantly called the “alleged” killer of two people all through his trial. And anyone who is on trial for murder is ALWAYS referred to as the “alleged” killer UNTIL he is found guilty in a court of law. Is this not true?

    So, make sure you refer to Lee Harvey Oswald, who never had a trial and never was convicted of anything, as the “alleged” assassin of JFK.

    God Bless

    Sonino John Paul Scardelletti – A Christian