Lee Harvey Oswald
Lee Harvey Oswald: everyone knows he was the lone gunman responsible for the assassination of the 35th president of the United States in Dallas Texas on Friday, November 22, 1963. The day America lost President Kennedy is a tragedy forever engraved in this generations mind. Or was he? Sadly, the even greater tragedy and injury to the soul of America is the massive coverup perpetrated by the US government in undertaking the investigation of JFK’s murder.
The Warren Commission members (who swore to uphold the truth – the whole truth) appointed by President Lyndon B. Johnson only a week after the assassination of JFK was appointed the task of investigating Kennedy’s assassination. Approximately 10 months later the commission presented its finds that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone as did Jack Ruby (Rubenstein) who within approximate 48 hours of Oswald’s arrest shot and killed the alleged assassin at point blank range in the Dallas Police Station, as police officers were in the process of transferring Oswald to a local prison.
Judyth Vary Baker reports in her book, Me & Lee about her love affair with Oswald the summer of 1963. She gives fascinating detail about his political views, his work for the US government, his character and personality and his knowledge about the plots to assassinate Cuban Dictator Fidel Castro and US President John F. Kennedy. If Vary Baker can be trusted, it means only one thing: the Warren Commission 800+ page report isn’t worth the paper it is written on.