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Published on May 4, 2010
Judyth Vary Baker explains how Lee Oswald was directed to hand out leaflets in Dallas after the Walker shooting, which he believed exposed him to high risks of harm and where an undated note he gave to Marina, thought to relate to the Walker shooting, probably pertained to the prospect he might be arrested or worst. She comments on some of her critics, who often adopt caricatures of her positions or build upon false reports or fabrications from past internet encounters. She also talks about the darkest day of her life when Lee was shot on television, where the treatment to which he was subjected, including CPR, appears to have been intended to exacerbate his condition rather than alleviate it. She expresses her conviction that he was killed because he knew too much.