Paul Trejo Posted December 12, 2016 Author Share Posted December 12, 2016 (edited) 28 minutes ago, Chris Newton said: If LHO typed the document at the dining room table, why would he leave the draft on her secretary desk? Chris, All these questions occurred to Ruth Paine, as well. Why was LHO being so coy about this letter? Why was he turning his back to her, pretending he didn't want her to see it, but then leaving it on her secretary desk (there in the dining room) for more than two solid days? As for the furniture placement in her house, remember that Ruth Paine had asked Lee and Michael to move furniture around for her that weekend. It was a small place, and fairly crowded with Ruth, Marina, four children, and on the weekends Lee and Michael. Ruth Paine's testimony is rock solid -- yet I would ask readers to remember that the WC attorneys fired more than five thousand questions at her, from all angles. I don't know of any other court case in US History where one witness was pressured so hard. As for the Soviet Embassy in Washington DC itself, they said they had NO IDEA what Lee Oswald was talking about. His letter came out of the clear blue sky -- reminding them of letters from provocateurs and other Radical Right nut jobs trying to infiltrate the CPUSA. Lee Oswald knew the FBI would intercept this letter. The letter was therefore part of a plan by Guy Banister, IMHO. It was an extension of the Mexico City trip, also planned by Guy Banister. Very likely, then, LHO's call for John Abt to be his attorney was also planned by Guy Banister (secretly in the service of General Walker). Regards, --Paul Trejo Edited December 12, 2016 by Paul Trejo Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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