A declassified document plainly shows that alleged assassin of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was working for the CIA while enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1957. While evidence indicates he was possibly in contact with the agency as early as 1952 and more probably by 1955 and 1956, the document shows that he clearly began covert work for the Agency in 1957. In September 1958, he received “additional indoctrination” at the CIA’s Camp Peary (aka “The Farm”) where agents were given training in the arts of advanced interrogation, torture and assassination. While the CIA will never admit to this dark chapter publicly, this document proves that the events following the aforementioned dates are a historical ruse – Oswald’s “defection” from the United States to the Soviet Union, his supposed renouncing of US Citizenship while in Russia, his attempted assassination of General E.A. Walker, and most importantly, his “lone wolf” assassination of the President of the United States of America.