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Perusing the twenty-six volumes, we found accounts of what was seen and heard in Dealey Plaza mentioned nowhere in the Warren Report. The process was slow and laborious, Uke learning the names and locations of numerous extras on a huge movie set. Though the FBI could easUy have made a complete compUation whUe memories were still fresh, this was not done. Oonsequently, the historical record was pitlfully incomplete. IS Motivated by a range of factors - grief, skepticism, confusion - a network of unofficial investigators, journalists, and what would become known as assassination buffs began collecting newspaper articles pertaining to the assassination.
Oswald was labeled a Marxist and a psychopath whose brief residence in the Soviet Union and alleged political affiliations with pro-Castro Cuban organizations were promoted as signs of implicit guilt. In December I963 and January I964 the FBI repott on its investigation, as well as the work-in-progress of the Warren Commission, were leaked to elements of the mainstream press, and it was duly repotted that both official groups were concluding what had so far been put forth as the correct version of events: the lone assassin theory.
It might thus be argued that in a rather strange way the commission critics had been so successful at perpetuating what had (and 15 The Assassination Debates perhaps should have) been the government's investigatory efforts that the Times unconsciously legitimized the critics' work by speaking of the commission's investigation in the present tense. Effacing the critics by denying them any role in their viewpoint, the editors succeeded at becoming lost in their own ellipses; 1964 and 1966 become, if not interchangeable, then at least somewhat collapsible.