On the website of the New York Times at this hour:
ROSCOE, Ill. — The original tombstone of Lee Harvey Oswald may not rest here in peace much longer.
Not that it has rested anywhere for very long.
In the nearly 50 years since Mr. Oswald, the presumed assassin of President John F. Kennedy, was buried in Texas, the grave marker has been stolen from a cemetery, recovered by the police, hidden away for safekeeping, and passed around among distant relatives of the family that bought the home of Mr. Oswald’s mother after she died.
Lee Harvey Oswald, the presumed assassin? After nearly five decades in which the evidence has been examined, sifted, scoured, and subjected to computer enhancement, and no even remotely credible evidence of any assassin other than Oswald has ever emerged?
Even as it remains utterly smug, the Times's journalistic standards continue their collapse. The grey lady, a paranoid conspiracy monger. Astounding.