Family feud rages over who owns assassin's tombstone3/28/2012
Wayne Lensing, the owner of an auto and oddities museum, bought Lee Harvey Oswald's tombstone online, but the family is objecting that the shirttail relative who sold him 130-pound granite slab didn't own it. The headstone had been in David Card's family since an electrician found it hidden in his father's home -- once owned by Oswald's mother. The story of how it got from a Texas garage to an Illinois museum is as tangled as Card's step-family tree but, the point is, he's suing Lensing to get it back. Before hanging up on a Chicago Tribune reporter, Card's step-cousin -- the tombstone seller -- said Card has no proof of anything. Well, other than the fact that he's probably screwed.
Would you want to own Oswald memorabilia?