This hasn't been posted here yet? (Peter?)
Yesterday's papers already:
Peeking Through Years, and the Wall, at Oswald
By ANDREW E. KRAMER
If these clues the city offers up, such as they are, have meaning, it
has been to reinforce a conclusion reached by most serious researchers,
including Mr. Mailer, who first gained access to Minsk soon after the
Soviet collapse: the K.G.B. had no role in the assassination. The agency
was as perplexed as anybody by Mr. Oswald.
The K.G.B. understood better than Oswald what Oswald wanted, said
Peter Savodnik, whose book, The Interloper, is scheduled for
publication by Basic Books, timed to the 50th anniversary of the
assassination on Nov. 22 next year. They knew very well he had never
had anything akin to a real family, a mother and a father who loved him.
In a way, they provided him with a world.