The Oswald in the public consciousness is an angry loner and defector who was of limited intelligence, a drifter who could not hold a job. Oswald not a perfect human being. None of us are perfect. What follows are aspects of the enigma of Lee Harvey Oswald.
On the Trail of the JFK Assassins:
SUMMER OF 1955
The 15 year old Lee Harvey Oswald under the tutelage of David Ferrie is a part of the Civil Air Patrol in New Orleans. It is now know the CIA began a Russian embed recruitment program through the Civil Air Patrol.
Black Op Radio #604a
Author of the rare book "Harvey & Lee" reads from his book, discusses his years of research, and answers questions from Len Osanic.
Seven Hours with John Armstrong on MP3
May 3, 1957:
Lee Harvey Oswald is given a "Confidential" security clearance.
Researcher John Armstrong:
In the 1970's CIA finance officer James B Wilcott testified before the HSCA. He said that in 1959 he worked out of the covert station in Japan and dispensed unvouchered funds for the "Oswald Project." The Oswald project, years in the making, was probably organized and handled by James Angleton of the Counter Intelligence/Special Investigations Group at CIA headquarters. But in order to place 2 Oswald's in the Marine Corps using the same serial number, often at the same time in different locations, it appears that certain members of the Office of Naval Intelligence were also involved. James Wilcott said Oswald's defection to the Soviet Union was phony and that Oswald was on an intelligence operation for the CIA. Wilcott said the cryptonym for the Oswald project was RX-XIM.
SEPTEMBER 12, 1957:
Lee Harvey Oswald arrives in Japan at Yokosuka, where he is assigned to the Marine Air Control Squadron #1, Marine Air Group 11, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, based in
Atsugi, home of the U-2 spy plane. Oswald learns the radar tracking of the U-2 and his unit follow the U-2 in different locations
Oswald in New Orleans
August 12, 1963
This is Lemon. There is a connection between Lee Oswald and David Ferrie. He may be even associated with Guy Banister and organized crime. We saw Ferrie and Oswald talking with students in the Napoleon House Bar- 500 Chartres Street. We met with Eladio del Valle whom we saw speaking with Ferrie earlier. Also, a man about six feet tall was watching Ferrie and del Valle. He took off through Jackson Square, and del Valle followed him. Del Valle said the man was an intelligence operative.
From Return to Dallas by Robert P. Fitton
August 5, 1963-
Oswald visited Carlos Bringuier at the Bringuier Clothing Store and wanted to fight Castro. The next day, Oswald again visited the store and left his Guidebook for Marines.
August 9, 1963-
Oswald distributed pro-Castro Fair Play for Cuba leaflets at the intersection of Canal Street and St. Charles. Bringuier said that Oswald had tried to join his anti-Castro movement and that Oswald was really a communist. A fight broke out. Oswald and the three Cubans were arrested for disturbing the peace.[ Before leaving the police station, Oswald asked to speak with an FBI agent. Agent John Quigley arrived and spent over an hour talking to Oswald.
Not one photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico City exists. Oswald never went to Mexico City but was impersonated by a blond haired man, according to Cuban Consulate personnel. Additionally, someone said they were Lee Harvey Oswald in numerous Mexico City phone calls to the Cuban and Russian Consulates. Then CIA employees distorted and fabricated transcripts to frame Oswald.
STATE SECRET BY BILL SIMPICH:
Chapter 3: The Cuban Compound in Mexico City Was Ground Zero
Chapter 4: Mexico City Intrigue – The World of Surveillance
Jim Marrs On Lee Harvey Oswald's Innocence
(With Detailed Evidence Slideshow & Links.)
"The Oswald Enigma"
Turning over governments by force and propaganda was what elements of the CIA did from its inception (Greece, Iran, Guatemala, the Congo, Chile to name a few). They were the best in the world at what they did and they proved it on November 22, 1963. There really is not an Oswald enigma but only facts not yet released.