posted on Nov, 17 2013 @ 03:00 PM
Oswald's tax returns are classified, and have never been released, unlike every other major person involved in the 1963 assassination. This is because
Oswald was on the US government payroll. Oswald, seven months prior to the JFK assassination, tried to shoot General Edwin Walker, while Walker was
sitting in his home doing his tax returns. Neighbors saw two men leave in a car after the near miss shooting. Previously, RFK had General Walker
illegally arrested and placed in a mental hospital. Doctors and the ACLU protested, until General Walker was released. So now consider the possibility
- Oswald was one of two assassins, hired by the US government at the direction of RFK, to assassinate General Walker. This is what General Walker
believed to be true. Did General Walker find out Oswald was the man who took a shot at him?
So General Walker decides to kill JFK or RFK before they kill him. This is now pure self defense. He has close associates in New Orleans including
David Ferrie and Guy Bannister. Is it that hard to hire two assassins, and to frame Oswald?
"In December 1966, Garrison interviewed Jack Martin. Martin claimed that during the summer of 1963, David Ferrie, Guy Banister, Lee Harvey Oswald, and
a group of anti-Castro Cuban exiles were involved in operations against Castro's Cuba that included gun running activities and burglarizing
armories. Garrison would later write: "The Banister apparatus ... was part of a supply line that ran along the Dallas—New Orleans—Miami
corridor. These supplies consisted of arms and explosives for use against Castro's Cuba.""
"According to testimony by Banister's personal secretary, Delphine Roberts, Ferrie and Oswald were frequent visitors to Banister's office in 1963. She
remembered Ferrie as "one of the agents." "Many times when he came into the office he used the private office behind Banister's, and I was told he was
doing private work. I believed his work was somehow connected with the CIA rather than the FBI...""
While the CIA never took part in the assassination, they had to closely control the investigation, to prevent the public from finding out JFK and RFK
ran an attempted hit on General Walker. And perhaps other assassinations. RFK could not push for a deeper investigation, and allowed the Warren
Commission to be a public relations event - that the FBI always got their man.
edit on 17-11-2013 by Matt1951 because: To correct a misspelled