FILE - This Sept. 26, 1964 file photo shows one of the exhibits contained in the Warren Commission report on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The commission said the handbills in the image were samples of ones on which Lee Harvey Oswald had stamped his name and the name "A.J. Hidell". The image below was identified as showing Oswald distributing the handbills in New Orleans on Aug. 16, 1963. (AP Photo/Warren Commission)

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FILE - This Sept. 26, 1964 file photo shows one of the exhibits contained in the Warren Commission report on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The commission said the handbills in the image were samples of ones on which Lee Harvey Oswald had stamped his name and the name "A.J. Hidell". The image below was identified as showing Oswald distributing the handbills in New Orleans on Aug. 16, 1963. (AP Photo/Warren Commission)
FILE - This Sept. 26, 1964 file photo shows one of the exhibits contained in the Warren Commission report on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The commission said the handbills in the image were samples of ones on which Lee Harvey Oswald had stamped his name and the name "A.J. Hidell". The image below was identified as showing Oswald distributing the handbills in New Orleans on Aug. 16, 1963. (AP Photo/Warren Commission)
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