Me & Lee: How I Came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald

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Judyth Vary was once a promising science student who dreamed of finding a cure for cancer; this exposé is her account of how she strayed from a path of mainstream scholarship at the University of Florida to a life of espionage in New Orleans with Lee Harvey Oswald. In her narrative she offers extensive documentation on how she came to be a cancer expert at such a young age, the personalities who urged her to relocate to New Orleans, and what led to her involvement in the development of a biological weapon that ...

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Overview

Judyth Vary was once a promising science student who dreamed of finding a cure for cancer; this exposé is her account of how she strayed from a path of mainstream scholarship at the University of Florida to a life of espionage in New Orleans with Lee Harvey Oswald. In her narrative she offers extensive documentation on how she came to be a cancer expert at such a young age, the personalities who urged her to relocate to New Orleans, and what led to her involvement in the development of a biological weapon that Oswald was to smuggle into Cuba to eliminate Fidel Castro. Details on what she knew of Kennedy’s impending assassination, her conversations with Oswald as late as two days before the killing, and her belief that Oswald was a deep-cover intelligence agent who was framed for an assassination he was actually trying to prevent, are also revealed.

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“They thought they could frighten Judyth Vary Baker into silence. And for decades they succeeded. But it’s too late to shut her up now. She’s already blown the whistle! And she did it for her friend Lee Oswald. Judyth’s story is a dark odyssey of disease, murder, and betrayal, but it is one laced with innocence, hope, and love.”  Edward T. Haslam, author, Dr. Mary’s Monkey
Flagpole Magazine
"The Warren Commission Missed A Significant JFK Assassination Connection."
Atlantic Free Press
"...the only worthy version of JFK's assassination you will ever get, from an insider, from someone who was central to it all." --(Roland Michel Tremblay)
henrymakow.com
"A remarkable new book sheds startling light on Lee Harvey Oswald and the JFK assassination...Once you read it, you'll never think of Oswald the same way. Far from an assassin, he sacrificed his life trying to protect the President...Her book, which is exhaustively documented and filled with fascinating detail, is unsparingly honest about herself and free of rancor or blame...The world has been turned upside down. Good men are called assassins and murdered while the real assassins bask in glory." --(Rollin Stearns)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781936296378
  • Publisher: Trine Day
  • Publication date: 10/22/2011
  • Pages: 608
  • Sales rank: 151,468
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Judyth Vary Baker is a teacher and an artist. She lives in Bradenton, Florida. Jim Marrs is an award winning journalist and author of the New York Times bestseller, Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy. He lives in Spring, Texas.

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  • Posted December 20, 2013

    Not worth the read

    The writing comes on as a lonely girl with a pipe dreeam of being some one she wishes she had been. Most of it is filled with a cooks tour of New Orleans and her life or lack there of. Much of the info she was given was out right wrong. Especially her view of what the CIA was doing and what part she played in the research end. The publishers should be ashamed of themselves for not checking on the facts

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2013

    Interesting

    Well written and engaging, but it is impossible for the reader to assess the author's story.

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  • Posted April 29, 2012

    Rave Review!

    I couldn't put down this non-fiction well-written book that is a page turner. Baker makes the whole period surrounding the JFK assassination come to life and she has many side-bars that explain the characters involved. Medical history also comes to life as the origin of the cancer epidemic we are now experiencing is explained by author Baker as dating from events from this period in New Orleans.
    The most important thing about this true-life thriller is that Lee Harvey Oswald becomes a "person" not just some strange outsider. I'd rather not give the plot away, and urge readers to read the introduction after finishing the book

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