The Oswald Code by A. J. Weberman and Gerald Patrick Hemming: Lee Harvey Oswald was adept at steganography, the art of hiding things in plain sight. A steganographic analysis of his address book reveals that he hid the names of the CIA officials and types who set him up as a patsy in the Kennedy Assassination or "Big Event." It is written by A. J. Weberman, who after being allowed to examine Oswald's address book in the National Archives as a researcher for Frontline obtained the first color copy from the Archives, scanned it at a high resolution and examined the entries. I found the names of the three so-called tramps picked up about an hour and a half after the big event easily discernible in the document. Hunt, Fiorini (Frank Sturgis) and Christ. I found the name Bernardo De Torres Chief Intelligence officer of the Bay of Pigs Brigade captured by Fidel, tortured, ransomed and not a happy camper stateside. I found the name Hemming there, Gerry Patrick Hemming, the man who wrote the Oswald legend. I found the name of James Angleton along with that of his secretary Ann Eggeter. I discovered that Oswald believed he had a CIA Office of Security file. The book also relies on photographs I had developed from a roll of Minox film found in Oswald's possessions. It contained a picture of Hemming with a dead body he had just murdered with a garrot. There was a new picture of Oswald in the lot. It proved that Hemming knew Oswald in the Marines! Hemming and Fiorini ran an anti-Castro military group known as INTERPEN/AIB. I became friendly with Hemming and recall my experiences with him in the book. Hunt sued me and I was able to depose Angleton, Helms, Barker, Marita Lorenz, Liddy, Sturgis and of course Hunt. Hunt confessed to his son that he was part of the big event just before he died. The book also has enhanced versions of the tramp shots and documentation about when the photos were taken. I only wish my former boss, the late Congressman Henry Gonzalez was around to see it.