April 10, 1963
General Edwin Walker is targeted by an assassin's bullet while sitting in his study at his home on Turtle Creek in Dallas.
Although Marina Oswald testifies that Lee admits a role in this attack that very night, she keeps this quiet at the time. The police and public do not officially connect Lee Harvey Oswald with the Walker shooting until Oswald's confession letter emerges in the weeks after the JFK assassination.
General Walker mysteriously knows before anyone else that Oswald was behind the April 10th attack at the Turtle Creek house. Walker starts tracking Oswald not later than the summer of 1963 - as evidenced by the John T Martin film.
General Edwin Walker will claim for the next three decades that Lee Harvey Oswald's role in the April 1963 attack at Walker's house was known by the Kennedys, whom he says quashed Oswald's arrest and forced Dallas officials into protecting Oswald from punishment.
Lee Harvey Oswald bolts for New Orleans immediately after the April attack on General Walker.
Click on image and watch General Walker discuss the attack.