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Judyth Vary Baker and Lee Harvey Oswald in New Orleans (Part 3 of 6)

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Uploaded on Apr 30, 2010

Judyth Vary Baker continues her discussion of her relationship with Lee Harvey Oswald, including his arrest on August 9th, 1963, where he had held back some of the "Fair Play for Cuba!" handouts, which Judyth had trimmed to make their size more uniform. She met Dean Andrews, who put them into his briefcase and asked if she was Lee's girlfriend and Judyth explained that Lee was married. Because she was seen speaking to Lee before he began this August 9th, 'pro-Cuba' action, by a new hire from Reily's, she was forced to resign the same day--Reily's wanted distance from the so-called 'communist' --Oswald had recently also worked with Judyth at Reily's. Oswald's activities were set up to 'dirty' him so he could be used in anti-Castro assignments. Baker was introduced to many players in New Orleans by Lee, including a former Customs Agent named Charles Thomas, who was brought in from Miami to expedite Lee's passport. Baker knew enough about Thomas to locate his family decades later: they confirmed his activities. Lee's favorite television show was "I Led Three Lives", where it turned out that he would himself be living several. He once told Baker that he was lucky that he knew his own name, he had been involved in so many covert activities.

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