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Uploaded on Apr 30, 2010
Judyth Vary Baker, who knew Lee Harvey Oswald in New Orleans, discusses the "evidence" that is purported to support the theory of John Armstrong, HARVEY & LEE, that there were "two Oswalds" , who led parallel lives, one called "Lee", the other called "Harvey". The man she knew in New Orleans is the one Armstrong refers to as "Harvey". Judyth, who has a background in physical anthropology and had courses in forensic anthropology, explains that, with respect to the photographic record, several of the photos that are alleged to differentiate between them do not actually do so, where she notes that Lee's ("Harvey"'s) eyebrow had a slight crook, which is also present in photographs that are alleged to be of "Lee" (the second Oswald). She notes that "Lee"'s eyes were supposed to be hazel and "Harvey"'s blue, but that Lee had unusual eyes that could easily look different colors under different lighting conditions. From her discussion, it becomes apparent that the evidence that is supposed to support "the two Oswalds" carries far less weight than many tend to suppose.