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The Real Lee Harvey Oswald

November 18, 2010

 rare handcuffed no true smirk.jpgby Rollin Stearns

A remarkable new book sheds startling light on Lee Harvey Oswald and the JFK assassination Nov 22, 1963. 

The book is  "Lee and Me: How I came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald"  by Oswald's girlfriend, Judyth Vary Baker.
Once you read it, you'll never think of Oswald the same way. Far from an assassin,  he sacrificed his life trying to protect the President: a President who tried to break free from the grip of the Illuminati.
Judyth Vary had a dream, to find a cure for cancer.  So when other kids in high school were going out for sports and cheer leading, she honed her biology skills with the help of a dedicated teacher.   Her research won her state-wide prizes and offers of prestigious scholarships.
It also brought her into contact with Dr. Alton Ochsner, head of the Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans. Unknown to Baker, Ochsner was working with the CIA on a plan to kill Castro. The plan was to develop a "galloping" cancer virus that would kill its victim within weeks. Under the guise of medical treatment, it would be injected into Castro.

me and lee book cover.jpgIn the spring of 1963 Judyth was in college, hoping to go on to medical school. Dr. Ochsner  invited her to work at his clinic under his assistant Dr. Mary Sherman. In the fall, she could go to Tulane Medical School, and her tuition paid in full.
She arrived in New Orleans in April 1963, alone and poor, but with high hopes.  It was then that -- seemingly by accident -- she met a young man named Lee Oswald, who was able to help her.

It's clear in retrospect that it was no accident. Oswald, a low-level asset of the intelligence community, had been assigned to contact her and to be her "control."
Once Judyth started working for Dr. Sherman, she learned she was part of the covert government program aimed at killing Castro.
By then she was emotionally dependent on Lee. They had much in common and soon their friendship turned into a love affair.
Oswald confided to her that he worked for U.S. intelligence. He was in New Orleans for the summer to pretend to be a pro-Castro activist, in order to gain credibility with the Cuban government.
He was part of the plan to assassinate Castro. His job would be to "defect" again, this time to Cuba, and take the fast-acting cancer cells with him. Once there, he would make contact with someone who would pass them on to a doctor who treated Castro.
All that summer the covert project went forward. Much of the work was done not at the Ochsner Clinic but at the apartment of a strange man named David Ferrie. Like Oswald, he was an intelligence asset working in the anti-Castro cause.
Through Ferrie and Oswald, Judyth got to meet many other strange people. including Jack Rubenstein ( aka Jack Ruby. )
By the end of the summer, they had developed a strain of "galloping" cancer and had tested it on monkeys as well as mice. All that remained was to test it on humans.
Judyth was told it would be tested on a terminally ill volunteer. But later she learned he was a healthy man, a mental patient who had no idea what would happen to him. He was injected with the virus and rapidly died. Judyth suspected there were others like him.
She was sickened. This was murder, not medicine. But summer was over and so was her part in the project. Oswald would now leave for Mexico, to make arrangements for carrying the cancer cells to Cuba. But instead of things coming to a close, they began to unravel.
Oswald became convinced that behind the plan to assassinate Castro was a plot to assassinate President Kennedy, a man he admired. He also realized his role in New Orleans -- pretending to be pro-Castro -- could set him up to be a patsy.
While he was in Mexico, he and Judyth remained in contact, through an elaborate phone arrangement with David Ferrie. When his mission fell through for mysterious reasons, Oswald became more convinced than ever that there was an anti-Kennedy plot.
He talked of divorcing Marina; he and Judyth would marry and live in Mexico once all this was over. But it was a forlorn hope. Oswald said he could not leave yet; he had to go on, in the hope that he could protect the President.
The rest is history. It's possible that Oswald was able to thwart an assassination planned to take place in Chicago, but in Dallas the story was different. When Kennedy was killed, Oswald was arrested almost immediately.
Denied a lawyer, held incommunicado except when he was moved from one location to another, he was shot by Ruby, the friend he had known since he was a boy. He was the first person to die live on TV. Judyth was watching.
She got a call from Ferrie. He told her to lie low, to be "a vanilla girl." She must forget about a career in science. Her name must never appear in the newspapers. With luck, she would escape with her life. We must never speak to each other again, he said, and hung up.
A few months later,
Dr. Mary Sherman was brutally murdered in her apartment, the day before she was scheduled to appear before the Warren Commission. The case was never solved.
Shortly after Jack Ruby won AN appeal for a retrial, he came down with cancer. He said he had recently been injected with something by the prison doctor. He was dead within weeks.
The next month -- just days after Jim Garrison's investigation was announced in the New Orleans papers -- Ferrie was found dead in his apartment. Also found were two different suicide notes, both typed, both unsigned.
Alton Ochsner, a man of strong convictions and perhaps an equally strong willingness to sacrifice others for them, died full of honors, in 1981, at the age of 85.
Judyth Vary Baker followed Ferrie's advice. She lay low. She stayed silent. She gave up any hope of a medical career. She raised a family and never told anyone about Lee or her life in New Orleans, until after her youngest daughter had married.
Her book, which is exhaustively documented and filled with fascinating detail, is unsparingly honest about herself and free of rancor or blame. She now lives (some say) somewhere in Scandinavia.

The world has been turned upside down. Good men are called assassins and murdered while the real assassins bask in glory.

Baker tells her story in this YouTube  video.


Comments for " The Real Lee Harvey Oswald"

Stephen said (November 20, 2010):

A friend, I'll call him Bob, works for Executive Intelligence Review was researching in the Stanford University archives and discovered a telegram by J.Edgar Hoover written to all the FBI offices demanding the destruction of a certain numbered document. This was dated 3 days after the assassination of Kennedy.

Upon further searching Bob discovered that somebody in the FBI saved the document that was ordered to be destroyed.

It was a telegram from Lee Harvey Oswald to J. Edgar Hoover warning him of a live assassination cell in the Dallas area. Lee sent this telegram to all the FBI offices throughout the USA.

This was published in EIR magazine and no other news service would print it. It appears that the assassination was ordered from the City of London, through the Canadian military.

The most likely reason for the hit on Kennedy was his unwillingness to continue the Vietnam war. Others believe that the hit was because Kennedy's intention of closing down the Federal Reserve.

Stuart said (November 19, 2010):

Judith Baker is still alive to tell her story because she laid low. That's why most have never heard of her.
For another perspective on this- by Edward T. Haslam (shuold be some interviews on youtube).
He covers the death of Mary Sherman , who used a particle accelerator to mutate the
cancer viruses that Baker, Oswald and Ferry then injected into more mice. Some of these
viruses then made their way into the vaccines and then into the public (Haslam seems to think the contaminated vaccines
were accidental).

This is really about the beginnings of the modern cancer industry. It is an illuminati eugenics program designed to
remove about 6 billion humans from this Earth.

G said (November 19, 2010):

I have studied the Oswald being shot by ruby film and can say with all confidence the ruby shooter scene was staged. Oswald grimaces well before the shot is fired. Study the film and you will see the reaction of detective James Leavelle is really over the top. The drama was made for tv and Oswald was not killed by a bullet that morning. In fact the whole walk Oswald out to the car scene seemed staged. Later, ruby tries to tell his story and is killed by the cancer injection he claimed had been given to him while incarcerated.

Tom said (November 19, 2010):

Another great book on the subject you posted today is: " Dr. Mary's Monkey" by
Edward T. Haslam. Haslam's father was a naval commander and a doctor working at Tulane in the late

50's and 60's where he became very close to Dr. Mary Sherman, the murder victim
mentioned in your article. It was the mysterious murder of Dr. Mary Sherman
that formed the basis of Haslams book but, you can imagine where the story
developed from there! JFK, Oswald, Ferrie, Ruby and many other names and
characters I had never heard before are exposed and many seemingly unrelated
events become much clearer as many dots are connected by Haslam.

In Dr. Mary's Monkey the assassination of JFK took on a secondary role to a more sinister (if possible) story of eugenics, bio-warfare, engineered vaccines and more!

Dan said (November 19, 2010):

I never heard of this woman before in my life. My first thought on seeing some new unheardof angle on Oswald was "oh boy, here we go", but I must say the story line is quite credible. Even if this book is another hoax at least the author is a deep researcher of the secrets of New Orleans. It's not common knowledge that Tulane University has a certain secret society history which makes it the alma mater of some of the most elite assassins of the Illuminati since 1935 with the murder of Presidential candidate, Louisiana Governor Huey P. Long.

Indeed - Jack Ruby's sudden cancer death was noticed by my family and neighbors at the time.
I can't say that "Me and Lee" is a true story but from the teaser information I can't say it's BS either. I have to hand it to the author that whether or not they made it up, they seem to know the nuances of the period and players intimately.

Bernie said (November 18, 2010):

The Real "Lee Harvey Oswald lone gunman"
was Jacqueline Lee Bouvier lone gunwoman.

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