Dateline: Studio City
Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged assassin of President John F. Kennedy, had a mistress when he was operating in New Orleans for the F.B.I. Her name was Judyth Vary; today her name is Judyth Vary Baker. This is a story that will shatter the big lie of the Warren Report. Her story is of her love for Lee Oswald. What he was really like. And what he was really doing during his time in New Orleans in 1963.
Judyth Vary Baker has written a book called “Me and Lee”, published by Trine Day. In this book she tells her story, the real story of love, intrigue, secret agents, David Ferrie, Mary Sherman, Guy Bannister, and other actors during the time she was Oswald’s girl.
Judyth Baker was in the Los Angeles area and spoke on November 27, 2012 at the Beverly Garland Hotel in Studio City. She presented a talk and slide show covering a part of her documentation of the events described in her book. Click here to see the 30 minute question and answer session posted on youtube.com.
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Tell your friends about this incredible event. Judyth Baker has been in exile for decades, in fear for her life. Most of the witnesses to the Kennedy assassination were murdered. She is the sole survivor of important witnesses. When she first wanted to talk about Lee Oswald, she went to 60 minutes. Don Hewitt tried to get her story on national TV but was completely stonewalled. He said later that it was one of the greatest stories he had run across, but the door was slammed in his face by the network! Later, a cable channel did a series called The Men Who Killed Kennedy. One of the chapters was on Judyth Baker. It was shown a couple times, then her chapter was pulled from the series and never shown again, allegedly due to pressure from the family of LBJ. Judyth then decided that she must write a book about her life, with complete documentation. She is now risking her life to bring you the truth, the long suppressed story of Lee Harvey Oswald and his life in New Orleans with his lover, his mistress Judyth Baker.