This topic is in danger of hijacking Rob R's excellent "What have you changed your mind about?"
So, I'm giving y'all an opportunity to change venues. Against my better nature I might add. So rather than make this a debate, let's work together to solve a mystery. I'll even give it a small local spin to justify it.
I remember when JFK was murdered. At the time I was attending Roosevelt School and living on Eastside Street. The 9/11 experience was close in terms of how the nation was feeling. One memory I have very clearly was during the brief time Oswald was still alive in Parkland Hospital after being the victim of getting whacked by gangland figure Jack Ruby. We were watching all the live news coverage on our black and white Motorola when the words, "Lee Harvey Oswald has just died in Parkland Hospital" scrolled across the bottom of the screen.
My Mother gasped and said, "Now we'll never know the truth." Even as a kid I thought, "Hmm. Something is fishy here."
And I still think so. I hope I live long enough to get a definitive answer. I'm in the "I do not think Oswald acted alone" camp, by the way.