John Armstrong began investigating Lee Harvey Oswald in the early 1990s, uncovering a plethora of discrepancies concerning Oswald's height, weight, eye color, scars, medical records, school records, military records, and photographs, as well as indications that the FBI suppressed, ignored, fabricated, altered, and destroyed evidence. After delivering lectures at conferences throughout the 90s, he published his findings as Harvey and Lee. The research materials for the book were given to Baylor University, which has made digital scans available; see also his website.
By John Armstrong, At: Harvey & Lee
John Armstrong shows how the FBI altered the photographic evidence to misrepresent Oswald's belongings as taken from the Dallas police. Included is a piece of testimony to the Warren Commission that was altered before inclusion, and copies of two letters from the IRS showing that at least two of Oswald's W-2 records of employment were forged in January, 1964.
John Armstrong reveals the details of how money orders were processed in 1963 by the United States Postal Service in order to furnish a backdrop for demonstrating the alleged ordering of the Mannlicher Carcano by Oswald could not have occurred as the Warren Commission and FBI claim.
An early draft of material on the Tippit murder later incorporated into John Armstrong's Harvey & Lee.