We saw how FBI agents were "relieved" when a person in a ground-level photo that they thought could be Lee Oswald was shown not to be. How could this even be a possibility given that Oswald was supposed to be up on the Sixth Floor with a gun? Did the FBI agents know something we didn't? What did Oswald say while in custody?
You would think that there would be detailed interrogation reports complied with meticulous care for this crime of the century.
You would be wrong.
The early interrogation reports are weirdly vague on the single most important question a suspect in the assassination could have been asked: "Where exactly were you at the time of the assassination?"
But there is enough written down for us to piece together what Oswald did say.