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A young scientist, Judyth Vary Baker, suddenly finds herself immersed in a life of espionage in New Orleans, involving two plots: the attempted assassination of Fidel Castro, and the successful assassination of President John F. Kennedy. At the heart of the plots is the mysterious Lee Harvey Oswald, who quickly wins Judyth's affection and love. In this true-life story, Judyth offers documentation on page after page: how she came to be a cancer expert at such a young age, how her relocation to New Orleans was engineered to involve her in the get-Castro plot, how she was manipulated to help develop a biological weapon to eliminate Castro, and how Oswald came to confide in her. Judyth's narrative connects the dots to heretofore shadowy and hidden events in New Orleans and Dallas involving Oswald. She reveals how Oswald, ordered to hand off the biological weapon to a contact in Mexico City, found himself betrayed there. His eyes now opened, the future Patsy went on to sacrifice his life through his efforts to save Kennedy, as well as to protect those he loved from certain death. Judyth, who knew of Kennedy's impending assassination through conversations with Oswald occurring less than two days before Kennedy was shot in Dealey Plaza, confirms that Oswald was a deep-cover intelligence agent who was framed for an assassination he was actually trying to prevent. Over 600 pages, filled with new photos and rare documents.
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Judyth Vary Baker (née Judyth Anne Vary) is an American artist, writer and poet. Born May 15, 1943, in South Bend, Indiana, she first became known as a young prodigy in cancer research, then, later, for her assertion (in 1999) that while conducting cancer research in New Orleans, in the summer of 1963, she had a love affair with Lee Harvey Oswald, the accused assassin of President John F. Kennedy. Edward T. Haslam is the author of Dr. Mary's Monkey. He lives in Bradenton, Florida.Review:
"They thought they could frighten Judyth Vary Baker into silence. And for decades they succeeded. But it’s too late to shut her up now. She’s already blown the whistle! And she did it for her friend Lee Oswald. Judyth’s story is a dark odyssey of disease, murder and betrayal, but it is one laced with innocence, hope and love." Edward T. Haslam, author, Dr. Mary’s Monkey
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