On November 22, 1963, presidential killer Lee Harvey Oswald fired three shots that forever changed the world. 48 hours later, Oswald found himself on the wrong end of an assassin's bullet, and died before he could be brought to trial. Now, 50 years on, the untold stories of Lee Harvey Oswald's last 48 hours are finally brought to light. Based on two valuable new sources discovered by the Assassination Records Review Board, this landmark documentary takes us from Oswald's assassination of JFK to his capture by the police and subsequent murder. Using documents and notes that had been kept secret from the Warren Commission, Oswald's interrogation is recreated in startling detail, revealing his defiant response to the overwhelming evidence of guilt. Using footage from local and national stations at the time, this fascinating documentary, based on the research and writings of historian Steve Gillon, highlights the media frenzy surrounding Oswald, and reveals the shadowy figure of Jack Ruby as he sizes up his prey. Finally, discover the valiant efforts of the doctors who tried to save Oswald's life at the same hospital where JFK had died 48 hours earlier.