Lee Harvey Oswald Quietly Added To CIA Memorial Wall
LANGLEY, Va. – Startled employees of the Central Intelligence Agency discovered this morning that Lee Harvey Oswald had been quietly added to the memorial wall at CIA Headquarters. Oswald is widely believed to have assassinated U.S. President John F. Kennedy, or someone dressed like him, in Dallas in 1963.
The action does not appear to have been a prank. As of press time the extra star was still there, along with Oswald's name listed in the memorial book, located between entries for fallen agents Felix Leiter and Charles Calthrop.
A spokesman from the CIA refused to comment or elaborate on why the agency has added Oswald's name to the memorial, only saying that after 50 years several documents had been declassified, which have "finally allowed the Agency to set the record straight."
The documents will be made available to the general public in another twenty years.
Without any further information, CIA analysts were confused about what the action meant.
"So wait, does that mean that the CIA…
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