I lived in Dallas for 8 years and have numerous books on the subject of the assassination.
The case for conspiracy lies with Oswald himself. Oswald was a wanna-be, but he was hated by his fellow Marines for a number of reasons. Oswald's fellow Marines said he was a "pinko". Strangely enough Oswald ends up at the military base where U2 spy flights took off. Funny place for an alleged "communist solder." to be. Oswald acts overtly Marxist, but has socialized with people over the yeas that are very right wing and anti-Castro. Declassified records indicate Oswald was a "snitch." Oswald would walk around acting like Marxist and then turn people into his superiors.
Just the fact that Oswald was able to get in and out of the USSR the way he did suggests a lot of unanswered questions. Oswald was at a secret U2 spy station, but yet the United States knows he is attempting to defect, but does nothing to stop. After leaving the Marines, where did Oswald get the money to go? Coincidence that the U2 spy plane shot down while Oswald was in the USSR? The spy U2 flight being shot down causes a termination talks with Khrushchev and Eisenhower. Oswald returns to America in the height of the Cold War. This was the era of McCarthyism where careers were ruined if anyone had any "pinko background." People black listed for crazy things that happen in their lives years ago. Here comes Oswald, a former Marine at a spy base that has been living in the USSR, and nothing happens. Why isn't he arrested? Oswald is handing out Pro-Castro leaflets In New Orleans, but working for Guy Bannister that is anti-Castro.
The mob was under attack by RFK and JFK was threatening to dismantle the CIA be cause of the Bay of Pigs disaster, The nob wanted back into Cuba. The CIA wanted JFK out of the way. J Edgar Hoover and LBJ both hated Bobby Kennedy. Is it a coincidence that Oswald, the wanna-be, ends up with a job that overlooks the book store depository?
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