Pateo TV with Judyth Baker on Lee Harvey Oswald

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Thursday, November 19, 2015, starting at 8 p.m. Central European Time, live video interview:

Pateo TV with Judyth Baker on Lee Harvey Oswald

Judyth Vary Baker (1943) was the girlfriend of Lee Harvey Oswald (1939 – 1963) from April 1963 until November 24, 1963, when he was allegedly murdered by Jack Ruby, whose official name was Jacob Leon Rubenstein (1911 – 1967). Judyth was a promising 19-years old science student who dreamed of finding a cure for cancer when she met the 24 years old Lee. Although Lee was married (since 1961 with Marina Prusakov from Russia) and was father of a baby girl (June), he had several girl friends. Judyth knew this, and she also knew that Lee was a deep-cover CIA agent. Next, Judyth got involved in the development of a biological weapon that Lee was to smuggle into Cuba in order to eliminate Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz (1926), better known as Fidel Castro. Lee also allegedly learned about the original plot to murder John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1917 – 1963), at that time better known as Jack Kennedy. This original shooting was planned during Jack Kennedy’s trip to Chicago on November 2, 1963. Lee succeeded in warning about this original plan, after which that trip was cancelled. Next, Lee was framed for the actual killing of JFK, twenty days later. When Judyth was 68 years old, her book about all this was published. Its title is ‘Me & Lee – How I came to know, love and lose Lee Harvey Oswald’, and it was released on October 22, 2011. In this live video interview of Pateo TV, Judyth and host Johan Oldenkamp will talk about Lee, JFK, cancer research and probably many other subjects as well. Judyth and Johan were both speaker at the Open Mind Conference of last September in the Danish capital of Copenhagen. While doing this live interview, Judyth will be in Dallas for a three-day conference in memory of the awful murders that were committed in that city 52 years ago.

 

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