Lee Harvey Oswald Biography
(U.S. Marine Veteran Who Assassinated John F. Kennedy)
Birthday: October 18, 1939 (Libra)
Born In: New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
A former US Marine, Lee Harvey Oswald was accused of assassinating the 35th President of the United States in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. He lived a nondescript life in his early years until that one fateful day, where his actions spoke volumes about the inner monster he nurtured within, as a result of his difficult past. As a child, he was a recluse and temperamental, which led to frequent sessions of psychiatric assessments at juvenile reformatories. He led a life of fantasy; one which revolved around power and above all, invincibility. Later, he was enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and was trained and tested in shooting. However, after an incident where he ‘accidently’ shot himself, he defected to the Soviet Union, where he declared his desire to denounce his US citizenship. But fate pulled him back to the United States and then began his long and endless list of crimes and hostilities. A somewhat enigmatic figure, Oswald failed to obtain a marksmanship badge during his military career. However, he himself was killed two days after the assassination of the American president.