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Me & Lee: How I Came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald Hardcover – September 16, 2010
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"Me & Lee" by Judyth Vary Baker... It was stunning to learn that Lee Harvey Oswald had a mistress. Her book shows beyond any doubt that he was clearly a government agent..[Jesse Ventura, The Week Magazine] " Me & Lee...is a phenomenal book." -- Jesse Ventura [to Alex Jones]
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I have done extensive research on the death of JFK, including editing ASSASSINATION SCIENCE (1998), MURDER IN DEALEY PLAZA (2000), and THE GREAT ZAPRUDER HOAX (2003). My recent publications on JFK include "JFK and RFK: The Plots that Killed Them, The Patsies that Didn't", "The Dartmouth JFK-Photo Fiasco" with Jim Marrs, and "RFK: Outing the CIA at the Ambassador", which has just appeared. (Just google "John F. Kennedy: History, Memory, Legacy", and download Chapter 30, "Revisiting Dealey Plaza: What Happened to JFK?" for an overview.) I am familiar with the twists and turns of assassination research and of the extent of the effort to keep Judyth's story from the American public, which have even forced her to live in exile.
In my opinion, there are three major reasons for these attempts to silence her. The first is that she humanizes the alleged assassin, which makes it more difficult for the government to continue with its charade that he was "a lone, demented gunman". The second is that it exposes methods and techniques employed by the agency to keep its covert activities in the background and away from public scrutiny.Read more ›
Judyth Vary Baker recalls her relationship with Lee Harvey Oswald from the time they met in New Orleans in the spring of 1963 until their last phone conversation just two days before events in Dallas identified him to the public.
She introduces him as a "good man" and a "patriot." He helped her get a job, he revealed his secret life as a government agent concerned about protecting President Kennedy and consoled her over the turmoil in her life - a bad marriage, a new city to live in and an unknown future.
This refreshing, new look at Oswald will challenge preconceptions many people have had about him. Many will be willing to at least give her story a chance. And that is all that Baker asks for, as she states in the books final line, "I leave my testimony in your hands."
Those who wish to dismiss what she says will have to contend with several factors, among them: Baker's candor, her depth of detail and verification of much of the story.
Judyth Baker never claims to be a saint. She admits to having an affair with Oswald during a time in which both were married to other people. And she acknowledges she spent time with questionable company, including New Orleans mafia boss Carlos Marcello, on a questionable top-secret project designed to develop cancer cells to be used to poison Fidel Castro.
Even though she was only twenty years old during this time, she makes no excuses and allows herself to be seen in a less-than-sympathetic light at times. Her writing thus shows sincerity about herself.
Baker also gives details of her relationship with Oswald. She recounts phone conversations, places the two went and people they met.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I read this book quite awhile now and found it interesting.Published 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
A good story and a good read but its unbelievable fiction to me. Something I would put into the trillion dollar fantasy industry built around JFK.. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
A very good read. Recommend everyone read it to get a handle on what's going on ...Published 16 days ago by janet olson
inside story of Lee Harvey Olawald. He did NOT! shoot Kennedy!Published 17 days ago by Wendell C. Thomas
I bought this as an Audible book, because I don't have a lot of time to sit down and read anymore. I could NOT tear myself away from "Me & Lee' and ended up listening to it in... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Vanessa
This book is like a literal time machine. Judith takes you on a adventure to the 1950's and 60's the way she seen it through her eyes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Enlightening, a fascinating read. Well documented as well. Rather chilling but totally honest account; Ms. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Swannee Herrmann
I started out skeptical but it won me over and is truly believable, yeah I cried a little too.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This book provides facinating insight into what LHO was doing in the summer of 1963 in New Orleans. Judyth Vary Baker provides a very credible account of her relationship with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by chadwick h weaver