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Author Topic: BWF and LMR may not have been the only ones who saw LHO with a bag on 11/22/1963  (Read 35213 times)

Online John Iacoletti

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Clearly a well laid trap for Bringuier to confront Oswald (which he did) and they all got chucked in jail. Oswald had the choice to pay a $25 fine and leave or to stay in jail. He chose to stay in jail.

Where did you get $25?

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Offline John Agee

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Clearly a well laid trap for Bringuier to confront Oswald (which he did) and they all got chucked in jail. Oswald had the choice to pay a $25 fine and leave or to stay in jail. He chose to stay in jail.

According to WC Oswald's fine was $10.
http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/wc/wcvols/wh26/html/WH_Vol26_0192b.htm


Offline Ted Shields

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What he wanted the FBI to know was that "someone" at 544 Camp street appeared to be in support of Fidel Castro. ( Carlos Bringuier had had an office at that address ....and so did Hoover's extra special agent Guy Bannister.)

Guy Bannisters office was in 531 Lafayette Street. Same building but around the corner and not accessible from 544 Camp St without leaving the building and re-entering around the corner.

Where did you get $25?
According to WC Oswald's fine was $10.
http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/wc/wcvols/wh26/html/WH_Vol26_0192b.htm

Thats what he ended up being fined in court on the Monday. The bail (I should've said bail to begin with) to get out of prison after the arrest was $25. The Cubans paid it and got out, Oswald didn't and spent the night in jail.

Oswald called his cousin Joyce Murret to come and bail him out (actually called his aunt and uncle but they weren't in) but when she saw his pro Castro literature at the jail she refused.
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