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So one of the key clues to there having been a cover-up are the extemporaneous reports written at the time which does not take notice of important things until after November 22. One example being there was not a single FBI report on Oswald having received a rifle, let alone ever actually seen with it... Another are the calls attributed to Oswald on Sept 27 and 28, 1963... On October 8th, the day after Phillips arrives in Mexico City as Cuban Desk Chief, this summary report is prepared after reviewing the tapped calls... now while the calls of the 27th - being in Spanish - are not at all attributed to Oswald, the calls on the 28th are... Shouldn't we be seeing mention of the calls from the 28th which were so critical to Oswald? Checking the NOV STATUS REPORT we do find mention of a call to the Soviet Embassy by an American... but if we remember, the call was first to the Soviet Military ATTACHE... followed by ones to the Embassy. Following is the NOV status report offering one mention of an English speaking man calling the Embassy... whether this has anything to do with Oswald - which I am certain it did not - is not said. Calls involving Oswald were supposedly made on Sept 27, 28 and Oct 1 & 3... with multiple contacts on most days... And all it warranted was a single line about an American....