posted on Nov, 25 2008 @ 08:56 PM
The Prehistory of the JFK Assassination Part I: Oswald's Road to November 22nd
Lee Harvey Oswald: Intelligence Agent?
Lee Harvey Oswald was born on October 18th, 1939, in New Orleans. Leaving school incomplete in the 9th grade, he read massive amounts of books, and at
age 15 proclaimed himself a Marxist. Allegedly, at age 16, Oswald wrote a letter to the Socialist Party of America, requesting information for their
youth league. However, a close friend of him at this time, Edward Voebel, states that these allegations are “baloney”, and at the time he was
reading “paperback trash.”
One week after his seventeenth birthday, on October 24th, 1956, Oswald joined the Marines, where he was trained with the M1 Garand Rifle. He was
tested with the rifle in December of that year, getting a score of 212, which was 2 points above the bare minimum for ranking of sharpshooter, and
then in May of 1959, he got a 191, which is 1 point about the bare minimum for a marksman. He was then trained as a radar operator, and in 1957, he
got “CONFIDENTAL” security clearance. He was stationed at Atsugi Airforce Base in Japan, where the secret U2 spy planes for Russia are stationed.
In this time period, he may have John Hurt, the man he would call during his imprisonment following the assassination. Also, Atsugi was a site for the
CIA’s MK-ULTRA project. A major player with MK-ULTRA was Andrija Puharich, who we will meet again.
He then transferred to the El Toro base in Irvine, California, where he was given the Marine proficiency exam in written and spoken Russian, receiving
a “poor”. None-the-less, he was discharged to take care of his injured mother – she wasn’t sick in any way -, took his Marine money, got a
passport, and booked it for Russia, criss-crossing Europe first. Now, we’ve got to acknowledge the strangeness of this. First off, he was a poor
shot. Second, he was given a “confidential” security clearance at a base that ran multiple deep black ops. Third, he’s given a Russian test,
discharged for false reasons, and heads to Russia. Lee Harvey Oswald fits the model for a US spy.
He showed up at the United States embassy in Moscow, stating that he wanted to denounce his US citizenship. He also made threats to give the Soviets
“radar secrets”, and several months later, Gary Power’s U-2 spy plane was shot down. Oswald, despite being under KGB supervision, is given a
great job in Minsk, working as a metal lathe operator at the Gorizont Electronics Factory, which manufactured radios, televisions, and military and
space program components. His apartment was rent-subsidized, and was a fully furnished studio loft.
In 1961 he met Marina Prusakova, a 19 year old pharmacy student living with her aunt and uncle in Minsk. Her uncle was a high ranking official in the
MVD, the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Functioning as a secret police, Marina’s uncle should have been wary about his niece running around with an
American defector who was being investigated by the KGB. Within a month, however, the two became engaged, then married. No word of protest from the
Within a month of being married, Oswald suddenly wants to return to America. The Soviets don’t protest, but even weirder, this American
“defector” who threatened to give the Soviets US intelligence secrets, is allowed back into America with extreme ease. His waivers are all passed
by Senator John Tower, who was a member of the advisory board of the Young Americans for Freedom.
The Young Americans for Freedom – YAF – is a right wing youth movement. The founder was William F. Buckley, who was a CIA agent whose
commanding officer was E. Howard Hunt. Hunt also may have played a role in the foundation of the YAF. Hunt was an ardent anti-Communist, as was
Buckley and Tower. Why would these right-wing CIA men want a former American “defector” back from Russia so urgently? The only explanation for all
this is that Oswald was an American spy in Russia.