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Among the items allegedly confiscated from LHO's rooming house:

Bar soap “La Luz” from Mexico

Mexican airmail stamp

Mexican 20 cent piece

Easy enough to manufacture this kind of evidence -- but if he did make the trip it's within reason that he might retain a few items.

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Among the items allegedly confiscated from LHO's rooming house:

Bar soap “La Luz” from Mexico

Mexican airmail stamp

Mexican 20 cent piece

Easy enough to manufacture this kind of evidence -- but if he did make the trip it's within reason that he might retain a few items.

Mark;

Factually, I have little doubt in accepting that LHO made a trip to Mexico as well as visited the Cuban Embassy there.

The problem being that this too, not unlike many of the actions of LHO were by far too obvious.

WATCH ME!

Therefore, the true purpose of this trip will most likely never be known.

The visit to the Cuban Embassy, not unlike the Fair Play for Cuba, etc; effectively labeled LHO as associated with Cuba and the Soviet Union.

It also immediately placed his whereabouts as being in Mexico, having arrived from New Orleans.

So, Dallas, TX is now on the lull, since LHO's presence is fully known.

Now!

LHO was not some novice world traveller! From his prior trip to the Soviet Union, he would have been absolutely aware that he could not enter the Soviet Union without a Visa given by that country.

Therefore, his attempt at the Cuban Embassy to travel to Russia by way of Cuba, was an absolute NO for Cuban Embassy officials.

And, since LHO was already experienced in the entry as well as exit visa requirements of these countries, his feeble attempt to get entry into Cuba enroute to a country for which he had no Visa, is more than suspicious.

Personally, it would appear that LHO should have "smiled" as he entered the Cuban Embassy, as well as waved and yelled "Look at me"----I'm in Mexico-------NOT IN DALLAS!

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Among the items allegedly confiscated from LHO's rooming house:

Bar soap “La Luz” from Mexico

Mexican airmail stamp

Mexican 20 cent piece

Easy enough to manufacture this kind of evidence -- but if he did make the trip it's within reason that he might retain a few items.

Mark,

Also among items found among his belongings were two postcards of bullfights, published among the WC Exhibits, with dates on the back of April, 1963.

There was also a Mexican coin that LHO reportedly made into a necklace for Marina by drilling a hole in it using tools in Michael Paine's garage.

There is also a Mexico City map entered into the evidence, with markings of places of significance.

BK

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Also among items found among his belongings were two postcards of bullfights, published among the WC Exhibits, with dates on the back of April, 1963.

There was also a Mexican coin that LHO reportedly made into a necklace for Marina by drilling a hole in it using tools in Michael Paine's garage.

There is also a Mexico City map entered into the evidence, with markings of places of significance.

BK

Bill,

Good stuff - I had never heard about the necklace. I don't think of LHO as being a handy kind of guy. In fact, it was surprising and a little helpful to round out his personality by reading about some of his other belongings. Even the most mundane items fill in some of the gaps.

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Also among items found among his belongings were two postcards of bullfights, published among the WC Exhibits, with dates on the back of April, 1963.

There was also a Mexican coin that LHO reportedly made into a necklace for Marina by drilling a hole in it using tools in Michael Paine's garage.

There is also a Mexico City map entered into the evidence, with markings of places of significance.

BK

Bill,

Good stuff - I had never heard about the necklace. I don't think of LHO as being a handy kind of guy. In fact, it was surprising and a little helpful to round out his personality by reading about some of his other belongings. Even the most mundane items fill in some of the gaps.

Mark,

It's not just about rounding out his personality, but standard investigative technique to identify evidence and follow clues in a homicide. He wasn't suppose to be in Mexico in April. Marina and Michael Paine weren't suppose to know he went to Mexico, so what's with the coin necklace?

No so mundane at all.

BK

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