Who Was This Man?

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Offline Thomas Graves

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Re: Who Was This Man?
« Reply #10 on: December 19, 2018, 06:53:37 PM »
Who said I uncritically believed Nechiporenko? He's been interviewed numerous times, most specifically by the PBS Frontline show "Who was Lee Harvey Oswald." In fact, all three former KGB agents who met Oswald were interviewed.

There's no reason for Nechiporenko to lie. I believe Kostikov, who is now dead, also said the same thing. All three agents - Nechiporenko, Kostikov and Yatsov - were shown the photos and all said the man did not identify himself as Oswald. They all said the "Oswald" they met was the one arrested for shooting JFK.

What is he saying that "I believe"? I quoted him saying the man in the photo was an American who had visited the embassy several times and was considered an oddball.

The CIA concluded that Nosenko was a genuine defector. KGB files and interviews with former KGB agents support their conclusion. Mailer interviewed over a dozen KGB agents who handled Oswald and they supported Nosenko's claims. That is, among other things, that Oswald was used by the KGB for intelligence purposes and was deemed not to have the aptitude or makeup to be an American intelligence agent. In fact, they were glad to get rid of him since they viewed him as a nuisance.

As to Kulak: I have no knowledge about the man or his bona fides.

As to the man visiting the Cuban embassy: thanks, that was on October 15 or about two weeks after Oswald left MC.

Steve,
Regarding false-defector Yuri Nosenko, you need to read Tennent H Bagley's 2007 book "Spy Wars" (free-to-read on the Internet), or at least watch Professor John M. Newman's (you've heard of him, right?) two-part youtube "Spy Wars" presentation from March of this year.
You really do.
-- Thomas  :)
PS But for now, why don't you just read this 35-page pdf to find out how it was that Richard Helms, mistakenly and out of shear frustration, came to declare Nosenko a true defector? (It's  free, Steve. Just click on "full article.)
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/08850607.2014.962362

Steve Galbraith: "There's no reason for Nechiporenko to lie."
LOL
PS Have you ever considered the possibility that neither Lee Harvey Oswald nor any of his alleged 5,000 doppelgangers went to Mexico City, Steve, or at least not to the Soviet Consulate there?



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Offline Thomas Graves

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Re: Who Was This Man?
« Reply #11 on: December 19, 2018, 07:48:43 PM »
Steve Galbraith wrote:
Who said I uncritically believed Nechiporenko? He's been interviewed numerous times, most specifically by the PBS Frontline show "Who was Lee Harvey Oswald." In fact, all three former KGB agents who met Oswald were interviewed.

There's no reason for Nechiporenko to lie. I believe Kostikov, who is now dead, also said the same thing. All three agents - Nechiporenko, Kostikov and Yatsov - were shown the photos and all said the man did not identify himself as Oswald. They all said the "Oswald" they met was the one arrested for shooting JFK.

What is he saying that "I believe"? I quoted him saying the man in the photo was an American who had visited the embassy several times and was considered an oddball.

The CIA concluded that Nosenko was a genuine defector. KGB files and interviews with former KGB agents support their conclusion. Mailer interviewed over a dozen KGB agents who handled Oswald and they supported Nosenko's claims. That is, among other things, that Oswald was used by the KGB for intelligence purposes and was deemed not to have the aptitude or makeup to be an American intelligence agent. In fact, they were glad to get rid of him since they viewed him as a nuisance.

As to Kulak: I have no knowledge about the man or his bona fides.

Steve,
Regarding false-defector Yuri Nosenko, you need to read Tennent H Bagley's 2007 book "Spy Wars" (free-to-read on the Internet), or at least watch Professor John M. Newman's (you've heard of him, right?) two-part youtube "Spy Wars" presentation from March of this year.
You really do.
-- Thomas  :)
PS But for now, why don't you just read the first five pages or so (including the part called "The McCoy Intervention") of this 35-page pdf to find out how it was that Richard Helms, mistakenly and out of shear frustration, came to declare Nosenko a true defector? (It's free, Steve. Just click on "full article.)
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/08850607.2014.962362

Steve Galbraith: "There's no reason for Nechiporenko to lie."
LOL
PS Have you ever considered the possibility that neither Lee Harvey Oswald nor any of his alleged 5,000 doppelgangers went to Mexico City, Steve, or at least not to the Soviet Consulate there?

Edit:

If anyone reading this thread is tempted to post John Hart's "The Monster Plot" for me, or any such KGB-influenced, brainwashed-or worse CIA propaganda, don't waste your time. I've already read all of them. The problem is, as far as I can tell none of YOU have read Bagley's "Spy Wars," yet, even though it's free-to-read on the Internet...
https://archive.org/details/SpyWarsMolesMysteriesAndDeadlyGames/page/n3

PS. Why would anybody trust "retired" (but still living in Russia and apparently still collaborating) KGB officers Nechiporenko, Yatskov, Kostikov, and "short, blond, 35ish, blue-eyed, suit-wearing, very thin-faced" Nikolai Leonov (who famously said in the 1990s that an emotional, revolver-packing Lee Harvey Oswald showed up at the Soviet *Embassy* on *Sunday*, September 29, and that he met with him *one-on-one* there)?

LOL

--Tommy  :)
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