An auction manager at a Los Angeles auction house stands beside the original, deteriorated coffin of Lee Harvey Oswald in 2010. A judge in Fort Worth on Friday order the coffin returned to Oswald’s brother.
An auction manager at a Los Angeles auction house stands beside the original, deteriorated coffin of Lee Harvey Oswald in 2010. A judge in Fort Worth on Friday order the coffin returned to Oswald’s brother. Brian van der Brug MCT archives
An auction manager at a Los Angeles auction house stands beside the original, deteriorated coffin of Lee Harvey Oswald in 2010. A judge in Fort Worth on Friday order the coffin returned to Oswald’s brother. Brian van der Brug MCT archives

Oswald’s brother wins suit over casket

January 30, 2015 11:54 PM

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