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Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: Dear Mr Hunt...
« Reply #100 on: February 17, 2019, 05:22:24 PM »
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Well I guess I was really wondering is ..what happened to the original [as the FBI couldn't 'determine' anything without it?]--
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Another review of that book...
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The terse note, dated Nov. 8, 1963, was addressed to "Dear Mr. Hunt" and signed by "Lee Harvey Oswald." It asked for "information concerning my
position ..." I am suggesting that we discuss the matter fully before any steps are taken by me or anyone else."
Oswald's wife testified before the Warren Commission, which apparently didn?t know of the existence of the letter, that Oswald on Nov. 8, 1963, failed to pay a visit to her, as scheduled, at the Irving home where she was then living. ( Lee DID go to the House of Paine on Nov 9 ....He wrote the Russian Embassy letter on Nov 9)

Oswald told his wife he failed to show up because "there was another job open, more interesting work . . . related to photography," according to Mrs. Marina Oswald?s testimony before the Warren Commission in 1964. At the time he was working at the Texas State Book Depository Building,

WHOA!!...wait jest a doggone  a minute....  According to the above ..Marina knew about Mr Hunt's offer of a "position"for Lee but he  "failed to show up " for some other menial job, ( baggage handler at Love field??) because "there was another job open, more interesting work . . . related to photography," and he was working at the TSBD at the time....

So the question is:...  Did Marina know that Lee had been contacted by Mr Hunt who had suggested he might have a position available that required a photographer?

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Re: Dear Mr Hunt...
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Re: Dear Mr Hunt...
« Reply #101 on: February 18, 2019, 06:00:53 PM »
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Well I guess I was really wondering is ..what happened to the original [as the FBI couldn't 'determine' anything without it?]--
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 I guess I was really wondering is ..what happened to the original [as the FBI couldn't 'determine' anything without it?]

According to John Curington, The original note was turned over to the FBI.......

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Re: Dear Mr Hunt...
« Reply #102 on: February 19, 2019, 09:55:49 PM »
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Yes we are.  SWGDOC was formed to address the lack of a universal standard. That's not saying that there were no standards prior to 1997.

Feel free to specify what those standards were.

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Re: Dear Mr Hunt...
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