Ron Ecker Posted May 14, 2005 Share Posted May 14, 2005 Among the numerous Oswald sightings in 1963 that conflict with Oswald’s known whereabouts, a man whom Margaret Budreau later believed to be Oswald came into Budreau’s Music and Appliance Store in Rhinelander, Wisconsin, on July 15. (That same day Oswald cashed a check at Martin’s Restaurant in New Orleans.) This Oswald’s wife was with him, and they spoke to each other in a foreign language other than French or German. He bought a Motorola portable radio and batteries. When Budreau asked for his name for warranty purposes, he became indignant and told her that his name was Homer Wyley, Jr. Or so said the FBI. According to Budreau, she told the FBI that the man said his name was Homer Walker, Jr. The FBI changed it from Walker to Wyley. At least three coincidences for the price of one at Budreau’s! Oswald is in two places at once, uses the name of a man whom he allegedly tried to shoot, and in its report the FBI gets the name wrong. (Say the names. Does Walker sound, or look, like Wyley?) Other good stuff on all the Oswalds here: http://www.jfklancer.com/Page1.html Ron Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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