Bill Simpich Posted January 17, 2020 Share Posted January 17, 2020 Jim, My position is the same as always - I don't know if Oswald was in Mexico City or not. The evidence is wobbly on that point, to put it mildly. Whether or not Oswald was there - the piggy-backing theory remains the same. I believe the evidence shows that Duran, Kostikov and company spoke to someone calling himself on Oswald on September 27-28, up till the late morning of the 28th, when the man calling himself Oswald left the Soviet embassy. At that point, I believe that person had given up or competed his task. The phone calls after that are what I call the piggy-backing. I believe that those phone calls are faked, by someone piggy-backing on the story being told by the man visiting the Soviet and Cuban consulates and introducing himself as Oswald and showing what he claimed to be Oswald's passport. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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