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The Berlin Truck Terror Suspect and the Curious Matter of ID Papers Left Behind

By Who What Why

Not the First Time a Terror Suspect Apparently Left a Paper Trail — or Was Previously Known

Today, WhoWhatWhy has seen heavy traffic coming from Google searches that point to a story we ran almost two years ago. 587 more words

Pyschological Operations

Travel Guide TX: Campisi's Restaurant (Dallas)

I think I may have broken a cardinal rule. A sin and crime punishable by death: I had pizza while on vacation in Texas. At first, I wasn’t even going to write about it (hence there being no pictures). 361 more words

Restaurant Reviews

Me & Lee: How I Came to Know, Love, and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald

Judyth Vary Baker was once a promising science student who dreamed of finding a cure for cancer, but strayed from a path of mainstream scholarship at the University of Florida to a life of espionage in New Orleans with Lee Harvey Oswald. 103 more words

11/24/63: They fake killed the wrong Oswald

Imagine you are in a field, and that all about you are rabbits. If you try to catch one, it disappears into its hole. You can chase it, but will be lost in a maze of tunnels. 1,221 more words

American Wilderness

this day in crime history: november 24, 1963

On this date in 1963, Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby shot and killed presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald at Dallas Police headquarters. Ruby was arrested on the spot (one of the hazards of committing a crime at police headquarters). 101 more words

True Crime

Where were you when Kennedy was shot?

By Tom Quiner

It was cold and wet outside.

I was excited about the imminent Thanksgiving holiday. But first, one more day of school.

I was in fifth grade at Perkins Elementary School in an era when kids still went home for lunch. 402 more words

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