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The Framing of Lee Harvey Oswald and Timeline Problems You Cant Ignore

The Framing of Lee Harvey Oswald and Timeline Problems You Cant Ignore

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Published by Judyth Vary Baker
Lee Harvey Oswald has been accused of killing President Kennedy,but new evidence provides reasons to doubt the Warren Commission and other government-sponsored investigations. This report, by Judyth Vary Baker, who knew Oswald,provides food for thought regarding errors in a popular Internet Timeline that damns Oswald, and information about one of Oswald's paychecks that could not have been cashed before it was issued--just one of many problems with the 'evidence' collected against Oswald. Information about the Walker shooting and how an undated note was used to blame Oswald opens the door to additional questions regarding whether or not Oswald was framed.
Lee Harvey Oswald has been accused of killing President Kennedy,but new evidence provides reasons to doubt the Warren Commission and other government-sponsored investigations. This report, by Judyth Vary Baker, who knew Oswald,provides food for thought regarding errors in a popular Internet Timeline that damns Oswald, and information about one of Oswald's paychecks that could not have been cashed before it was issued--just one of many problems with the 'evidence' collected against Oswald. Information about the Walker shooting and how an undated note was used to blame Oswald opens the door to additional questions regarding whether or not Oswald was framed.

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The Framing of Lee Harvey Oswald on the Internet: an Introduction
by Judyth Vary Baker 
A timeline (“Interactive Timeline of the Life of Lee Harvey Oswald”) written byTracy Parnell, and sponsored by John McAdams, the Warren Commissionapologist, asserts “facts” about Oswald that are unproven or have beendisproven. In addition, “facts” are presented as determined by the WarrenCommission as if they are true and proven when they are merely speculative. For example, the timeline asserts as “fact” that Oswald shot at General Walker.Though Lee Oswald never told the author anything about the Walker incidentitself, as to his participation, he did tell me that he feared for his safety due to theincident, when he was ordered to pass out pro-Castro flyers soon after theincident took place. His undated note to Marina about his possible arrest or beingkilled is supposed to be ‘evidence’ that he participated in the Walker shootingincident, but Lee told me he had advised Marina on what to do if he should bearrested or killed because he feared what Dallas police might do to him bycreating a pro-Castro scene only five days after the Walker incident.The undated note for Marina telling her how to get help, etc. if Lee happened toget arrested or killed in Dallas (Lee told this writer that he feared being arrestedor shot by riled-up Police after the Walker incident occurred. Lee was ordered toconduct a pro-Castro demonstration on the streets of Dallas five days after theWalker incident. This event is on record: 
The note…(undated) used to damn Oswald.
 
A date has been falsely ascribed to this note because Marina said she got itbefore Oswald shot at Walker, even though she also said she was horrified tolearn of the event AFTER it happened. In the chronology given to me by MaryFerrell, which is considered exhaustive, we read,
In his April 10 note to Marina, Oswald says, "...the money from work will probably be coming. The money will be sent to our post office box." (WC Vol 16, p. 1)
This is a very important statement. When did Lee Oswald get his very last checkfrom Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall? Its date, and the date it was cashed, can tell us a lotabout when the note itself was actually written.And here –shockingly –or maybe not, since this is often the case concerningevidence and Oswald--we find that the check has been tampered with, asexplained by author-researcher Harrison E. Livingstone on p. 12 in his book
The Radical Right and the Murder of John F. Kennedy: Stunning Evidencein the Assassination of the President ( 
Trafford, 2004):“Oswald’s last check at Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall, #5811, issued on April 10,1963, shows possible tampering…there are two “paid” stamps on the face,One dated April 12, and one dated March, 1963…”
(photoshot from computer screen)
Oswald’s last check was stamped as cashed on April 12 AND in March. That’s notpossible, so we can’t conclude that Oswald’s signature is on the check or that check#5811 was ever issued to Oswald. What if Oswald had been issued a check at a later date?If Oswald’s check was actually cashed after April 15, when Oswald made the pro-Castrodemonstration, it might have noticed that the note actually referred to the dangers Oswaldfeared due to being ordered to put on the Pro-Castro demonstration so close to the Walker incident. That would wipe out the value of the “Walker note.” As it is, two stamps are onthis “Oswald check”-- once for March (!) and once for April:
 
 
Note two “cashed” stamps (left & center)
 Note “April 12” stamp—meaning the check was cashed April 12, as well as a stamp for March 1? on Oswald’s so-called April 10 paycheck. Somebody boo-boo’d.
The HSCA used Marina’s testimony to conclude Oswald shot at Walker, largelybased on the undated note:
 
“This undated note, although it did not mention General Walker, clearly indicatedthat Oswald was about to attempt an act during the course of which hemight be killed or taken into custody.”But there’s the report of Oswald’s pro-Castro demonstration that he told me hefaithfully performed, despite danger to himself,
only 5 days after Walker wasshot at
, which was ignored:
April 15, 1963 (Monday) - Oswald passes out Fair Play for Cuba Committeeliterature on Main Street in Dallas. Oswald had a 'Viva Castro' sign aroundhis neck. The police report (5/15/64) says this happened in late spring or early summer at Main and Ervay in front of H. L. Green store entrance.(WC Vol 22, p. 796; WC 23, p. 477; WC Vol 25, p. 681; Dallas TimesHerald, 12/9/63; Life, 2/21/64, p. 76) “ (Ref: Ferrell Chronology)

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