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Yes, Oswald was an Intelligence agent


Jim Hargrove
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And some people still wonder if he was an agent. Or a phony wannabe agent. Gimme a break!

Jim H - very well said. And the nail has been hit squarely when you mention LH's U2 work in Japan.

The funniest thing of all about this whole thing is, to this day, WR apologists will just shrug and write all of these things off as "mere coincidence." We would be talking astronomical odds for a guy to be working with the U2 in the radar department, he defects, he changes his mind and comes back to the U.S. without so much as a peep, hands out the leaflets, works for a while at JCS, meets with a known CIA agent in September, is accurately described as the JFK assassin within 10 minutes of the shooting - for what reason we have no idea - his billfold is found at the scene of the murder of a policeman, proclaims he's nothing but a patsy and that they've arrested him for "defecting" two years previously, he tries to call a guy in NC thinking that's going to be his cut-out, is gunned down on live TV, and hilarious photos of him holding the weapons and a Russian newspaper to boot are "found" in his belongings.

I mean, Jesus, I would love to have those odds when the new casino opens in DC in December :)

And I know I may sound like I'm preaching to the choir here, but I'm *really" putting this here for new visitors to EF. I hate to say it but there is so much garbage on this forum - one being my all-time favorites "The 67% Solution," that I think it's important to list, whenever possible, the strong, credible, and plausible parts of the case so newbies can separate the wheat from the chaff.

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James - I don't think it's sill at all. I'm not looking for proof in the general sense, but in the specific. Sure, it's possible that Phillips kept Veciana separate from other operations. I don't need Veciana to tell me that Joannides or Morales were known by him. But I do think that any detail about Morales or Joannides is worth a ton. I want to know how, not whether, the cabal operated.

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James - have you read any of the info on the Jack Ruby thread about the man with the scar over his left eye, and what Garrison opined to Billings about that?

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Paul B.

I hate to do this to you, (because I had you watching videos yesterday) but I think it applies to the issues you are raising concerning Joannides and Morales:

At about the 20:00 min mark of the following video an explanation of how the CIA operates. (the whole video is well done and educational, btw):

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James - have you read any of the info on the Jack Ruby thread about the man with the scar over his left eye, and what Garrison opined to Billings about that?

Excellent question. Paul.

The scar was reported to be on and above the left eyebrow of a Hispanic-looking guy in both cases. Just like David Sanchez Morales. Probably just a coincidence, though. LOL

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-- Tommy :sun

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Is there supporting evidence for Webster's claim that he met Marina, other than Marina saying she thought her husband worked for the Rand Corp when he came to Russia?

webster_marina.jpg

https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=67811&relPageId=2

Marina's story is that she used to visit a female friend who was living in the same apartment building as was, evidently, Webster.

Does the "Apt. 18" show up in her address book, or only the street address?

-- Tommy :sun

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Tommy, thanks for that lead.

It seems the address in Marina's book was for Apt. 7 and Webster's was Apt. 18, same address.

The female friend shared a room with Marina but had a different address, Galya Printseva

It was Lev Prizentsez that lived at Apt. 7 and Marina relates how he had an amorous interest in another woman but fails to account for why his address is in her book.

https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=96116&search=Marina_and+%22address+book%22#relPageId=7&tab=page

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Tommy, thanks for that lead.

It seems the address in Marina's book was for Apt. 7 and Webster's was Apt. 18, same address.

The female friend shared a room with Marina but had a different address, Galya Printseva

It was Lev Prizentsez that lived at Apt. 7 and Marina relates how he had an amorous interest in another woman but fails to account for why his address is in her book.

https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=96116&search=Marina_and+%22address+book%22#relPageId=7&tab=page

The plot thickens.

-- Tommy :sun

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Tommy, thanks for that lead.

It seems the address in Marina's book was for Apt. 7 and Webster's was Apt. 18, same address.

The female friend shared a room with Marina but had a different address, Galya Printseva

It was Lev Prizentsez that lived at Apt. 7 and Marina relates how he had an amorous interest in another woman but fails to account for why his address is in her book.

https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=96116&search=Marina_and+%22address+book%22#relPageId=7&tab=page

The plot thickens.

-- Tommy :sun

https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=111200

-- Tommy :sun

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