"Lacking the testimony of Lee Harvey Oswald, it has been necessary to reconstruct painstakingly all of the facts that led the Commission to the conclusion that Oswald assassinated President Kennedy, acting along and without advice or assistance."
-Warren Commission Report
This week in 1964, the Warren Commission issued its report on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. You can read the full Warren Commission Report here.
Here, members of the Warren Commission present the report to President Lyndon B. Johnson in the Cabinet Room of the White House. September 24, 1964.
-from The LBJ Library, C732-1-WH64