Gerald Ford Signed Warren Commission Statement (Lee Harvey Oswald), Framed. JSA.
Gerald Ford (d.2006) was famously tasked by President Lyndon B. Johnson with preparing a biography of Lee Harvey Oswald for the Warren Commission in the wake of John F. Kennedy's assassination. Ford (d.2006) was the last living member of the Commission when he signed the offered conclusion statement in '02. This Typed Letter Signed is straight to the point in declaring that,
"In 1964, The Warren Commission unanimously decided:
1. Lee Harvey Oswald was the assassin, and
2. The Commission found no evidence of a conspiracy, foreign or domestic.";
"As a member of the Commission, I endorsed those conclusions in 1964 and fully agree now as the sole surviving Commission member."
This statement concludes with a perfectly bold Ford signature and the date inscription "11/19/02". Professionally framed and matted under ultraviolet glass to dimensions of 24 x 17", this 6x8 signed statement is paired with an 7x7 photograph of the 38th President.
Comes with a Letter of Authenticity from JSA.