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.
You can't understand JFK's assassination without understanding the role of the CIA and you can't understand the role of the CIA without reading Our Man in Mexico, Jefferson Morley’s critically-acclaimed biography of Winston Scott, chief of the CIA's Mexico City station in 1963.
When Scott wrote a memoir refuting a key claim of the Warren Commission, the CIA's response was swift and harsh.
The assassination of President Kennedy endures as a decisive moment for the American people, when national security agencies consolidated their secret power and the American people lost faith in their government.
JFK Facts is dedicated to answering the questions, "What happened on November 22, 1963?" and "What is the meaning of the JFK story today?"
Our mission is historical truth. Our method is accountability. To secure both, we are committed to forcing disclosure of thousands of still-secret JFK records by October 2017. Want to know more? Click here.)
The site is run by Jefferson Morley, a former Washington Post reporter and author of Our Man In Mexico, which tells the story of what one senior CIA official really thought about JFK's murder.
William Attwood: ‘If the CIA did find out what we were doing…’ “If the CIA did find out what we were doing , this would have trickled down to the lower echelon of activists, and Cuban exiles, and the more gung-ho CIA people…..they might have been impelled to take violent action. Such as assassinating the President.” – former UN Ambassador William Attwood.