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Re: Likely Identity of Mexico City Mystery Man
« Reply #30 on: February 11, 2019, 12:19:40 AM »
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The FBI had determined that Alvarado  was a CIA agent ......

Dear Walter,

Oh, the FBI, huh?

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PS  Care to share your sources with us?  Maybe you can find something in here:

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Re: Likely Identity of Mexico City Mystery Man
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Re: Likely Identity of Mexico City Mystery Man
« Reply #31 on: February 11, 2019, 07:30:35 PM »
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Dear Walter,

Oh, the FBI, huh?

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Thank you Mud.... this link to the Mary Ferrell site, presents an excellent example of the pros and cons about the Alvarado story....
If Alvarado actually saw a man who looked like Lee Oswald receive a bundle of money from a red headed Negro, then it's highly doubtful that the man who received the money was Lee Oswald.   However that still leaves Silvia Duran, Eusebio Azcue,  Luisa Calderon, and Alfredo Mirabal.... Duran we know, swore that the man she talked to on Friday September 27, was Lee Oswald

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Re: Likely Identity of Mexico City Mystery Man
« Reply #32 on: February 11, 2019, 08:58:31 PM »
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Thank you Mud.... this link to the Mary Ferrell site, presents an excellent example of the pros and cons about the Alvarado story....
If Alvarado actually saw a man who looked like Lee Oswald receive a bundle of money from a red headed Negro, then it's highly doubtful that the man who received the money was Lee Oswald.   However that still leaves Silvia Duran, Eusebio Azcue,  Luisa Calderon, and Alfredo Mirabal.... Duran we know, swore that the man she talked to on Friday September 27, was Lee Oswald

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Dear Walter,

All of whom were pro-Castro, right?

And certain to do whatever Castro's buttbuddy, KGB colonel Nikolai Leonov (who turned Raul and Che onto Communism in 1955, and whose calling card was found in Castro's wallet when he and Che were arrested in Mexico City in 1956), told them to do and say, right, especially if he was authorized by Castro to do so?

Or what the DGI directly told them to do and say, right?

-- Mudd Wrassler Tommy  :)

PS  Got any theories as to why Duran and Azcue described The Man Who Was Not There (Oswald) in such a way as to point a guilty finger at KGB colonel Nikolai Leonov?

You know, "short, skinny, blue or green-eyed, blond, 35 years-old, very thin-faced, Prince of Wales suit-wearing" Nikolai Leonov, who last I heard was a "retired" KGB general and a pro-Putin member of Russia's Duma (congress).
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Re: Likely Identity of Mexico City Mystery Man
« Reply #33 on: February 11, 2019, 11:56:44 PM »
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Dear Walter,

All of whom were pro-Castro, right?

And certain to do whatever Castro's buttbuddy, KGB colonel Nikolai Leonov (who turned Raul and Che onto Communism in 1955, and whose calling card was found in Castro's wallet when he and Che were arrested in Mexico City in 1956), told them to do and say, right, especially if he was authorized by Castro to do so?

Or what the DGI directly told them to do and say, right?

-- Mudd Wrassler Tommy  :)

PS  Got any theories as to why Duran and Azcue described The Man Who Was Not There (Oswald) in such a way as to point a guilty finger at KGB colonel Nikolai Leonov?

You know, "short, skinny, blue or green-eyed, blond, 35 years-old, very thin-faced, Prince of Wales suit-wearing" Nikolai Leonov, who last I heard was a "retired" KGB general and a pro-Putin member of Russia's Duma (congress).

Why would The Cubans confirm that Lee Oswald was at the embassy and applied for a visa , WHICH THEY ISSUED.    Wouldn't that implicate Castro in the murder of JFK?

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Re: Likely Identity of Mexico City Mystery Man
« Reply #34 on: February 12, 2019, 12:20:50 AM »
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Why would The Cubans confirm that Lee Oswald was at the embassy and applied for a visa , WHICH THEY ISSUED.    Wouldn't that implicate Castro in the murder of JFK?

Dear Walter,

Oswald was issued a Cuban visa at the Cuban Embassy, or at the Cuban Consulate?

They're different, you know.

Regardless, have you ever seen the Cuban visa you're alleging somebody gave Oswald in Mexico City, or just the Cuban visa application form which all of us have seen, with sweater vest and tie-wearing Oswald's taken-in-the-USSR passport-sized photo stapled to it?

Where is the "Cuban visa" today that you're talking about?

You really do seem to be full of misinformation and misconceptions, dude.

-- Mudd Wrassler Tommy  :)

PS  If you've read Oswald and the CIA, you know what a WW III Virus is.

Just imagine that it was the KGB and the DGI instead of that evil, evil, evil James Angleton who planted it in Oswald's CIA file.

To ensure that all evidence of their complicity in the assassination, the KGB and the DGI wanted the CIA and the FBI to know that they had done it.
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