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Mrs. Paine’s Garage and the Murder of John F. Kennedy
Thomas Mallon (au)
For 9 months in 1963, Ruth Paine, a Quaker housewife in suburban Dallas, offered shelter & assistance to Lee Harvey Oswald & his Russian wife, Marina. Mrs. Pain was so deeply involved in the Oswalds’ lives that she eventually became one of the most important witnesses in the Warren Commission’s investigation into the assassination of Pres. John F. Kennedy. This is the tragic story of a well-intentioned woman who found Oswald the job that put him 6 floors above Dealey Plaza -- into which, on Nov. 22, he fired a rifle he’d kept hidden inside Mrs. Paine’s house. But this is also the story of a devout, open-hearted woman who weathered a whirlwind of investigation, suspicion, & betrayal.
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