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The young communist:
LHO: My name is Lee Oswald, and I've come to renounce my American citizenship.
Synder: Why would you do that?
LHO: I'm a Marxist.
Synder: You're a Marine, for God's sakes. Marines don't defect.
LHO: I've seen enough of democratic society, of capitalistic society. My mother worked her whole life making profits for capitalists. They push you down and they never appreciate who you are.
Synder: Have a seat. How old are you?
LHO: Twenty. 20 years and 13 days.
Mindset of a mad man:
LHO: George, you've heard of this General Edwin Walker?
George: Of course.
LHO: He's the crazy racist John Bircher who caused all that trouble at Ole Miss. And now he wants the United States to invade Cuba. He's going all over the country attacking communism. And Castro.
George: You know, Walker lives right here in Dallas.
JHO: No, he doesn't.
George: Yes, he does.
JHO: Really? What if someone killed Hitler before he came to power? I ask you, how many lives could have been saved?
Secret Agents on the deadly turn:
Agent A: Now, the parade will travel down Main Street here. We slow to 15 miles an hour so the crowds can get a good look at Lancer (codename for JFK). These tall buildings on either side ... this is like a canyon. There's more than 20,000 windows along this parade route. We'll be sitting ducks. We have to assume the President's car will be open, unless it's raining. Here at Dealey Plaza, we make a right on Houston.
Agent B: Can't we avoid this? There's a 120-degree turn onto Elm. It's gonna slow the motorcade down to a crawl.
Agent A: No. The only way under the Stemmons Freeway is from Elm.
Agent B: This town makes me nervous. You know Dallas is the murder capital of the country.
Jackie: Jack used to love to listen to the album from the Broadway musical Camelot. King Arthur and Lady Guinevere. He'd listen to it at night before falling asleep. He loved the final line:
Don't let it be forgot
"that once there was a spot,"
"for one brief shining moment,"
"that was known as Camelot."
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