- Series: Volume 2 (Book 2)
- Paperback: 726 pages
- Publisher: Trafford Publishing; 1st edition (May 15, 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1412088763
- ISBN-13: 978-1412088763
- Product Dimensions: 9.9 x 7 x 1.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.7 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,813,667 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Lee Harvey Oswald: The True Story of the Accused Assassin of President John F. Kennedy, by His Lover (2 Volumes) Paperback – May 15, 2006
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We have seen so much of this kind of intellectual cowardice for the last five years, when it rears its head in the JFK research community, it somehow seems even uglier.
Here's the challenge to you, Mssrs. Palmara and like-minded gang: exactly which facts do you dispute, how, and why?
Or would a sweeping statement like "anything Mr. Palmara writes is not worth considering" be valid to you, and just as acceptable as whatever pronouncement he might make? Of course not!
Where's the beef?
For me, Judyth's story is going to be 100% true, or it's going to be debunked. Mr. Palmara has not debunked anything. Yet. Step on up. Do it right.
Or don't waste OUR time listening to a pot call a kettle black.
Back to you - ?
Then, a funny thing happened...
Very respected researchers like Martin Shackelford vigorously defended her. I was stunned and amazed at how adamant some of these seasoned authors and researchers were in their backing of Judyth's story. With that in mind, I began to take a second look.
I am glad I did.
Judyth Baker's book does alot to enhance her credibility and, quite frankly, I can see WHY these respected people came out in support of her story. In any event, this is a very good book and one that no interested student of the assassination should be without.
Prior to reading it, I didn't know very much about JFK's assassination. I knew that Oswald got shot in the police station, but I didn't know he cheated on his wife. I knew about beating but not cheating.
Mrs. Baker really lays it on thick, telling you how she and Oswald gave cancerous tumors to mice. They used the mice as guinea pigs so they could help people kill Fidel Castro by giving him cancer.
When Oswald tried to deliver the cancer to an American conspiracy man in a store in Mexico City, that man never showed up. Then Hurricane Flora blocked people from getting to Cuba from Mexico. So the plot against Castro was off. Then the conspirators told Lee to stop a conspiracy against Kennedy, not join it.
Unfortunately, so many people think he joined it!
Judyth never met these people who told Lee to protect Kennedy. She never met them because the last time she saw Lee, the Castro thing was still on. All of her conversations with him after that were on the telephone.
In addition to this book, I recommend watching the DVD of Oliver Stone's "JFK." Have you seen it? You should see it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you want facts about Oswald, read his own words in "The Autobiography of Lee Harvey Oswald" which was just published. If you want fiction, read this book. Read morePublished on November 17, 2008 by D. E. Cheney
So another "breakthrough" in the JFK assassination comes our way. How lucky we are. First Wim Dankbaar with James Files and now Judyth Vary Baker, brought to us by..... Read morePublished on September 12, 2008 by J. Powell
why is this book not available???!?!? I Saw the Judyth Baker story on youtube and i belive her story is credible!! Read morePublished on August 20, 2007 by Armand Herpe
Mrs. Baker has spun a very interesting tale, indeed. But after careful reading, it is clearly a product of both "retroactive fact production" and some "fancy fictional footwork. Read morePublished on January 20, 2007 by Herbert L Calhoun