On this day in 1964, the Warren Commission issues a report concluding that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in assassinating President Kennedy. The Commission members later admit to having rushed to judgement, that Oswald was unlikely to have acted alone, and that he probably had accomplices who were still alive, and that among those most likely to have conspired with Oswald were the members of the Warren Commission, with the exception of Gerald Ford, who is oblivious to everything.

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