Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated John F. Kennedy because he feared being branded a ‘loser’ by his wife who ridiculed his pretensions at being a Marxist intellectual.
A astounding new book reveals that Oswald was ‘humiliated’ by Marina who mocked him as ‘sexually inadequate’ and cheated on him with a handsome businessman.
According to The Oswalds: An Untold Account of Marina and Lee by Paul Gregory, Oswald felt the ‘world would be a better place if the world paid attention to him.’
He kept Marina as a ‘prisoner’ in their apartment in Dallas and forbade her from learning English because he didn’t want her to realize that he amounted to nothing.
Oswald even beat Marina and accused her of being a ‘who**’ as he tried to prove he was somebody to be ‘reckoned with’.
Gregory, who has waited 60 years to tell his story in full, is now a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and an economic professor at the University of Houston.
But in 1962 he was a teenager living with his family in Dallas and…