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MinM Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Feb-24-08 02:18 AM
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59. White Russian | Albert Schweitzer College | Atsugi Air Base | QKENCHANT
Good point CAL, the "lone nutters" would have you believe that Oswald had nothing going for him. Actually the opposite was the case as you and others have pointed out. From LHO's buddy George DeMohrenschildt:

George H. W. Bush's bizarre comments about the John F. Kennedy assassination
January 25, 2007 -- Washington observers are still puzzled by George H. W. Bush's bizarre comments about the John F. Kennedy assassination and Warren Report during his eulogy of President Gerald Ford at the Washington National Cathedral. Bush, who has made it clear that he does not care for the information posted about him and his family on the Internet, has good reason to be worried about the availability of information on the web.

After Lee Harvey Oswald returned, along with his Soviet wife and daughter, to the United States from the Soviet Union, he was "handled" by Belarusian immigrant..

George DeMohrenschildt, a Dallas businessman who once worked in New York for Humble Oil, Prescott Bush's company. DeMohrenschildt was active in the right-wing anti-Communist circles and had close links to the CIA. DeMohrenschildt "committed suicide" in 1977 shortly before he was to testify before the House Select Committee on Assassinations. He also wrote a manuscript in which he stated he did not believe that Oswald could have killed Kennedy.

Nevertheless, it is interesting whose name appeared in DeMohrenschildt's address book, provided to House investigators after his "suicide":

Poppy Bush has a fuzzy memory about where he was on Nov. 22, 1963 but his name, address, and phone number were found in the address book of Lee Harvey Oswald's close friend..

Octafish's Journal - Regarding JFK AssassinationWho do You Trust: Poppy Bush or Your Own Eyes?

To Jim DiEugenio also making the point in this interview that by ignoring the work of the ARRB (JFK Records Act of 1992) you would know nothing of Oswald's application to the 'Spooky' --

Albert Schweitzer College:

Covert History | Oswald and Albert Schweitzer College
On March 4, 1959, 5 days prior to be being promoted to Private 1st Class for the second time, Lee Harvey Oswald completed an application to attend the Albert Schweitzer College in Switzerland. The application was lodged on 19 of March, with a $25.00 registration fee being made on June 19. August 17 found him applying for a dependency discharge from the Marines which was duly granted on the 28th of that month. Exactly one week later, Lee applied for a passport, listing his occupation as "shipping export agent", and the purpose of his travel as attendance at the Albert Schweitzer College, Churwalden, Switzerland..

Covert History | More On Albert Schweitzer College:
Covert History | Project QKENCHANT:
The Atsugi Air Base -- where Oswald was a radar operator at that base with the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing -- was a major CIA stronghold. One of their biggest bases in the world in the 1950's. The U2 spy planes flew out of there, including the one that Francis Gary Powers was shot down in 1960.
http://www.ctka.net/lho_ghost.html
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