The Recollection of Robert Oswald

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The Recollection of Robert Oswald
« on: April 26, 2018, 03:59:17 AM »
So much for Lee Oswald's 'dedicated brother'....

Mr. JENNER. For the purpose of the record, would you read the first three words and the last three words of the page to which you are making reference?
Mr. OSWALD. "Sunday, January 13, 1964. Jim advised that"----
Mr. JENNER. That is on the first line?
Mr. OSWALD. Yes, sir. The last line is "told her this story."
Mr. JENNER. All right. Proceed, sir.
Mr. OSWALD. We had a discussion----
Mr. McKENZIE. Pardon me just a second.
For the sake of the record, let me state this. A copy of this diary has been furnished to the Commission, photostated by the Commission, and Mr. Jenner has it in front of him.
Mr. JENNER. I will qualify it, Mr. Chief Justice. But I didn't want to take Your Honor's time at the moment, because I do want to cover another subject while you are still here. Proceed, sir.
Mr. OSWALD. What prompted my question as to whether or not Lee was ill while he was in Russia was the followup of a conversation that we had in relation to an incident that occurred some time in the year of 1963. I am not able to place the date of that purported incident. I was advised at that time in reference to this incident that on one day, that Lee was going to shoot at or shoot Mr. Richard M. Nixon, that Marina N. Oswald locked Lee Harvey Oswald in the bathroom for the entire day.

Who could believe this? Robert [supposedly] barely knew that woman.

Mr. OSWALD. Yes, sir, in reference to Mr. Nixon?
Mr. JENNER. Yes.
Now, you have alluded to Mr. Nixon in testifying with respect to your conversation on the subject of illness with Marina.
Mr. Chief Justice, if I may, I will read the entry on that particular date, and will wish to question the witness about it.
"Sunday, January 13, 1964. Jim advised that Marina told him that Lee wanted to"--and there are a series of five dashes, followed by the letters, "NMR, also, but Marina locked Lee in the bathroom all day. This was confirmed later this day by Marina. On the way to the cemetery."
Is that in your handwriting?
Mr. OSWALD. Yes, sir; it is.
Mr. JENNER. Would you please supply, if suppliable, what is indicated by the three dashes preceding the letters "NMR" and identify what the letters "NMR" refer to?
Mr. OSWALD. If I may, sir, correct you there.
There are five dashes there. And the word "shoot" was my intention to blank there. And the initials "NMR" stands for Richard M. Nixon  

Fantastic! I think NMR meant Not My Rear-end

Mr. McKENZIE. In her own words, Robert, try to reconstruct exactly what was said to you from the time you left Jim Martin's house until you went--in Dallas, Tex., until you arrived in Fort Worth, Tex., at the cemetery.

Mr. OSWALD. On this subject, to the best of my knowledge, Marina said to me, "Robert, Lee also wanted to shoot Mr. Nixon." And, at that time, I believe I gave her the statement that "Yes, Jim told me about this when we were sitting in the den that afternoon."
Mr. JENNER. You say you gave her the statement--you mean that is what you said to her?
Mr. OSWALD. Yes, sir.
And she made her statement, referring to this incident of Mr. Nixon.
And then she related----
Mr. JENNER. What did she say?
Mr. OSWALD. I might say this, sir. In practically the same words that Mr. Martin had told me, because he had reportedly received the conversation from Marina, within her limited English--it rang a bell to the extent that the words were close to being the same to the way Mr. Martin had related it to me.
It was a very brief statement on her behalf that Lee was going to shoot Mr. Richard M. Nixon, and that she, Marina N. Oswald, locked Lee in the bathroom all day.

The same Lee who supposedly bullied her and beat her black and blue? And poor Marina managed to slam him into the bathroom ..lock him in and Lee sat helpless and content in there all day?

I contend that both the brother and the wife were lying their cans off.
Lee [so accused] was going to gun down Edwin Walker...Richard Nixon...Abraham Lincoln...& anybody and everybody else that got in his way.

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