A tombstone doesn’t typically come with a title or a deed of ownership, which is too bad in the case of Lee Harvey Oswald, because one could have helped settle a brewing lawsuit.
The infamous assassin’s gravestone has been on display since 2009 at Historic Auto Attractions, a private museum in Roscoe. But David Card of Dallas says the artifact rightly belongs to his family. Card is determined to bring the tombstone back to Texas and is preparing to sue the museum for ownership. He also intends to sue his stepcousin, Holly Ragan, for selling it.
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