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Published on Apr 30, 2010
Judyth Vary Baker discusses her relationship with Lee Harvey Oswald, how they were hired by the same company (Standard--a small subsidiary part of Reily Coffee) on the same day, how they lived in close proximity and traveled on the same bus to and from work (for eleven weeks), how she was responsible for clocking Oswald out when he was absent from Reily, how she smoothed out problems with his work records and concealed his many absences (because the job was merely a front for his covert activities), and how she was ordered to be replaced the day he was fired, and the fact that she was forced to resign the same day Oswald was arrested (Aug. 9, 1963) -- all of which a PhD statistician and student of JFK, Dr. John D. Williams, has calculated that the improbability of all of their associations occurring by chance was approximately 1/1,000,000 or less. A striking example of their relationship occurs when Lee is interviewed and uses Judyth's pronunciation of "New Orleans" ("New Or-leens") in lieu of the traditional pronunciation, with which he was raised. Some have thought Oswald was not raised in New Orleans because they heard his deliberate mispronunciation, even though Oswald also is on tape saying "AX" instead of "ask" which is typical native New Orleans speech.