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Post by greg parker on Tue 09 Apr 2013, 5:01 am

Marguerite was no quitter.

She petitioned to have her son's discharge posthumously changed to "honorable"

Mrs Oswald Asks Navy to Alter Record
The mother of Lee Harvey Oswald; assassin of President John F Kennedy, has petitioned the Navy Department to change her son's discharge from the Marine Corps from "undesirable" to "honorable." The matter has been turned over to the Board for Correction of Naval Records which will handle it "in routine fashion," the Navy said today, Oswald was discharged as a private first class on September 11, 1958.

In her petition filed Nov 30, Mrs Marguerite C Oswald said The undesirable discharge given to Oswald was based upon his renouncing his American citizenship with the intent to become a citizen of the Soviet Union. "In fact," she said, "he never renounced his United States citizenship within Sec; 349 (a) ,(6)4 of the Nationality. Act of 1952 and was never considered a citizen of the Soviet Union by the State Department"

In support of her request, Mrs. Oswald enclosed letters dated 1960: and 1961 from the State Department and the American Consulate in Moscow which indicate he did no lose his citizenship.
Washington Star, 12/24/65

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