John Polucci - You sound like the best spokesperson for the Warren Commission. Sounds like you read the "disinformation" books put out by the CIA. Let's go down the list: Oswald was a highly intelligent soldier. He tested very high in the Corps and they sent him to radar school. Remember, he taught himself to speak Russian. I bet that was no easy trick. So they send him to Japan and give him the highest security clearance to work on the U2. At this time, he's drawing a CIA paycheck. How do we know? Queen Bee. He's got the money to $100.00 a night hookers. Pretty good when an enlisted mans' pay is $85/month. He get tired of Japan wants something more interesting. CIA send him to Russia to be a Double Agent. They provided the money to get there. He didn't defect. He's brought in to help a Russian military officer to defect to USA. He works for FBI in New Orleans at photo company. Same company that processes film for U2 planes. What a coincidence! He than goes to Dallas to work for FBI. Works undercover, holds badge no. 179. His handler is James Hosty Works on an investigation regarding interstate trafficing of firearms through the mail. i.e. Seaport Traders & MailOrder for the Mannlicher.He could have purchased guns locally from sporting stores and never shown an I.D.
After renewing friendship with David Ferrie go involved with Alpha66 cubans in Dallas. They had a plan for him, but he didn't know about it until after the assassination. He never shot anyone on Friday, Nov. 22, 1963.
Yes, he was a snitch. In Russia, his undercover job was to seek out American deserters and see if they were sincere in defecting, or if they were faking it. I guess you could call law inforcement people snitches because they catch people lying. That 's how he earned his keep, while really being a double agent. Tell me. What is more respectable, catching defectors for Russsia, or being a spy for the United States?
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