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There was something very wrong with that typed letter dated Nov 9th. There was the accompanying hand-written letter, and reference in both to 15 days and time in Mexico City From Sept 18th thru Oct 2nd is 15 days... yet even a 15-day visa has a grace period to travel THEN it is good for 15 days in country. It is within this letter that we are introduced to the concept of Oswald feeling that he couldn't "do whatever it was" down there since he had to leave by Oct 2nd. The final piece of this puzzle being the CIA's Gaudet receiving the next Visa after the one attributed to Oswald. Except the document in question - the 15-day visa application - is actually for a 180-day Visa despite the Visa itself stating 15 days The Visa was never for 15-days, nor was "Oswald" required to leave by the 15th day or Oct 2nd The Visa Application is broken in 2 parts for the WCE... one without his signature, the other without the Visa app #, or 24085 the visa # itself, as well as no name Authenticating documentation is the "record of birth", not a Birth Certificate Let's now move to the handwritten note which states that Hosty came to see Oswald and his wife on Nov 1st, 1963 (not "yesterday" which I will explain shortly) The transfer from handwritten to typewritten introduces many changes to the draft... spelling gets worse, and paragraphs are rearranged. Wording is changed, names are spelled out... Back to Hosty and Nov 1. While the type-written letter is dated Nov 9... the envelope is postmarked Nov 2. The "15-day visa" like "Lee, Harvey Oswald (H.O.LEE)" is a mistake thread which from my view betrays the evidence's creation. Add now GAUDET "applying for" his Visa 24084 - any proof?? NO T-2 is quoted in DeBreuys Dec 2nd report that a number of 15-day visas were given on Sept 17th in addition to 24085 including 24084 for William GAUDET. I forget who this informant is yet they have access to documentation which is in essence from a foreign government... they are applying within the Mexican Consulate in New Orleans... ultimately these card are forwarded to the Gobernacion and Mexican Immigration Authorities - one of whom very high up in the organization is an asset for the FBI. An asset that ultimately has his fingers on every piece of Mexican related evidence. One of the greatest FBI assets at the time was the US Postal Service. With inside access to all the processes and procedures, "creating" mail after the fact is truly not so difficult. A side note: the airmail stamp on the Kleins envelope and this envelope are the same