Marina and Lee

Marina and Lee

Book - 1977
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Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, c1977.
Edition: Book club ed.
Characteristics: viii, 659 p., 8 leaves of plates : ill. ; 25 cm.


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Dec 02, 2015

In declassified notes by Donald Jameson, head of the CIA's Soviet Russia/Covert Actions desk [and related to Harold Jameson, with the FBI rap sheet #499 731, who was in the Dal-Tex Building and questioned by the Dallas PD immediately after JFK's murder, then would be in LA when RFK was murdered, again questioned by the LAPD], indicates this author was somehow connected to the CIA and was OK'ed to write about Oswald?!?!?!?!?
When Lee Oswald was accorded a phone call, while in the Dallas jail, he called John Hurt of Raleigh,N.C. although the call wasn't put through.
Amateur researchers found a John D. Hurt, an arthritic-suffering fellow at a bording house, once a counterintel agent in the military, but there was also a John B. Hurt, with a classified background, then connected to a government facility at Nagshead, N.C.
[The only gov't facility at that time was the CIA's Illusionary Warfare School, affiliated with the False Defectors Program, and a CIA contractor would testify that he met Oswald there around 1958 or '59.]
This contact was deemed basic spycraft by Victor Marchetti! John B. Hurt can be traced back to the Signals Intelligence Service [predecessor to the NSA],
William Friedman's group of cryptographers, almost all of them going into the CIA or NSA after WWII, except for Harrod Miller, who would return to the Dallas area, marry into the du Pont family, and be owner of all the major radio/TV stations and newspapers there in 1963, also was a PR director at the American Petroleum Institute, and PR exec at the Oil Industry Association, et cetera.
Rated SHAM!

NBarris Oct 28, 2013

Give insight into the psychological make up of Lee Harvey Oswald and why he may have killed President JFK? Gives insight into an immature marriage and the ups and downs of two mismatched persons.


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