In his last interrogation session on Nov. 24, 1963, just before he was murdered by Jack Ruby, Lee H. Oswald stated: "I never ordered a rifle under the name of Hidell, Oswald, or any other name. I never permitted anyone else to order a rifle to be received in this box. I never ordered any rifle by mail order or bought any money order for the purpose of paying for such rifle."
Looking at Warren Commission Exhibit 788, a copy of the front and back sides of the money order used to purchase the Mannlicher-Carcano rifle supposedly used by Oswald to murder President John F. Kennedy, one can find several anomalies. First, the money order cashed and deposited into Klein's Sporting Goods, Inc. account at the First National Bank of Chicago is missing three endorsements. The money order should have been endorsed by FNB Chicago, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, and finally by the Federal Postal Money Order Center in Kansas City.
Researcher John Armstrong, who makes a solid case for the forging of this money order in his 983-page tome "Harvey & Lee" also discovered that the money order #2,202,130,462 was from a stack of money orders all of which were not sold by the G.P.O. in Dallas until late 1964 or early 1965. Oswald supposedly purchased the money order and rifle in March 1963.
Who do you think was lying?