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December 26, 2010 3:54 AM

Commentary: Lee Harvey Oswald's first coffin should rest in peace

Bill Dear remembers the day they dug up Lee Harvey Oswald. First, they had to dig up a moldy pine box. "It was pretty rank," said Dear, 73, the storied Dallas private investigator who was in charge of security at the 1981 Fort Worth exhumation of the accused presidential assassin.

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