Thursday, April 21, 2011

Judyth Vary Baker Defends Herself Against Attack by Stephen Roy

By: Dr.  J. P. Hubert

Judyth Vary Baker has penned a spirited defense of her position in response to disparaging remarks by Stephen Roy at Jim Fetzer's site.  (Roy is otherwise known as David Blackburstat).  Roy alleges that what Ms. Baker has reported with respect to David Ferrie in her book Lee and Me:  How I Came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald, Trineday, 2010 is false.

Let me simply say that I believe in the veracity of Judyth Vary Baker. I spent weeks studying her book Me and Lee and was unable to disprove anything she has written.

I believe that Judyth Vary Baker has presented more than enough supporting evidence to establish that she is in fact the high school cancer research “phenom” from Bradenton, Florida; that she had a romantic relationship with Lee Oswald and that the two worked together at the Reily Coffee Company in New Orleans, La. during the summer of 1963. 

I believe that Ms. Baker has established beyond reasonable doubt (BRD) that she was engaged in a clandestine program with Dr. Mary Sherman, David Ferrie, Dr. Alton Ochsner and Lee Oswald that summer to develop what she was told was a cancer causing bio-weapon intended for the murder of Fidel Castro.

I believe on the basis of the evidence Ms. Baker presented as well as all the other relevant evidence now extant that Lee Oswald did not actually shoot at or kill President Kennedy and likely attempted to stop an earlier assassination attempt on the President’s life which had been planned for Chicago.

The only thing that Ms. Baker has written in her book that in my opinion has not yet been proven true beyond a reasonable doubt is her claim that Oswald actually tried to stop the assassination of President Kennedy from within Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963. She has said that Lee Oswald told her that an "abort team" was going to attempt to stop the assassination and that he was going to join them in their efforts. If such a "team" existed it would be important to find another witness who can corroborate it if at all possible. That is not to say I doubt Ms Baker's claim, because for Oswald to have cooperated with an "abort team" would be very compatible with all the other evidence now available about Mr. Oswald. Unfortunately, it is possible that Lee Oswald was lied to about an abort team in an attempt to keep him in position as the "patsy."

My only point is that in order to prove (BRD) that Lee Oswald tried to abort the Dealey Plaza carnage, more supporting evidence is needed. I strongly suspect that even at this late date such evidence may be available. Ms. Baker may actually have access to this evidence while not consciously being aware of it or may be able to help find it. It is very important from the perspective of correcting American history and for the purpose of removing the scandal associated with his name and the shame felt for so many years by his daughters and other family members that such evidence is presented if at all possible.  At the very least, the US government owes the family a profound apology for the way Mr. Oswald's reputation was sullied. It may even turn out that he was an unrecognized albeit unsuccessful hero on November 22, 1963.

It is unfortunate that there are those who continue in their attempts to heap scorn on Ms Baker. Mr. Stephen Roy  is one such individual who has contested what she has written about David Ferrie in her book Me and Lee, among other things. As already mentioned, Ms. Baker has done a superb job defending herself against Roy’s attempts to discredit her in a piece at Jim Fetzer’s site. To review it click the link above.

Powerful forces appear to exist that do not want the truth to come out about who murdered JFK and who is responsible for maintaining the cover-up all these years. There is ample evidence that establish the extent to which the professional media have been placed at the service of the US intelligence community. Interested readers should investigate the details of Operation Mockingbird.  No doubt some of these have been assigned to the task of undermining Ms Baker's credibility, either directly or through surrogates.

If James W. Douglass, former Governor Jesse Ventura and others are correct that at least 2 Oswald’s existed, it would be nice to know which one Ms. Baker thinks she had the romantic relationship with. While not certain, I don’t believe she discussed this issue directly in her book. I suspect (because of other data I have reviewed) that she may not believe more than one Oswald existed despite the evidence which seems to strongly suggest it. I have not yet been able to resolve this problem myself.

For what it's worth and as an aside, those who believe there were at least 2 Oswald’s claim that a man named Harvey Oswald was the faux defector (an actual US intelligence agent) to the Soviet Union, the one that married Marina (Russian born Marina Nikolayevna Prusakova), and was the one killed by Jack Ruby two days after the Assassination. That would seem to suggest that it was “Harvey” who Ms. Baker knew. Yet, she seems certain that the man she had a relationship with was called “Lee.”  This part of the Oswald story remains very confusing. It would be great to settle that issue once and for all.

1 comment:

  1. I've just finished reading "Me & Lee". If she's a fraud, she's one of the best I've ever seen.