Her name is Judyth Vary Baker. She says she had a romance with Lee Harvey Oswald and they worked on a secret bio-weapons program in New Orleans in 1963. As the 50th anniversary of the assassination approached, her flair for self-dramatization was getting some attention.
One dissenter from the Warren Commission was Winston Scott, the powerful chief of the CIA’s Mexico City station in 1963.
Our Man in Mexico tells his story. There is no theory in Jefferson Morley’s critically-acclaimed biography, just the compelling life story of a decorated CIA spymaster who knew that a key claim in the Warren Commission report was false--and dared to say so.