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Post by barto on Wed 10 Aug 2016, 6:12 pm

BOCHAN: In your book, you also describe the shock you initially felt when you saw your name and license number in Oswald's notebook.

HOSTY: Well I was a little bit, but then I knew exactly how it got there. You see, I had given my name and phone number to Ruth Paine. I told her to give me a call if she could find out Oswald's address.

Now I want to add at this time: everyone seems to think that I was trying to interview Oswald. I couldn't interview Oswald without explicit permission from the CIA. And, they weren't about to give it and I wasn't about to ask for it. I was *not* trying to interview Oswald.
He had been interviewed three times by other gents unsuccessfully, so I didn't think that interviewing him was the thing to do. But I was trying to develop Mrs. Paine as a source, if you will, on the Oswalds, and so I said, 'here, if you hear anything more, give me a call,' which was sort of a standard procedure.

BOCHAN: Right. When you describe the other agents who had already interviewed Oswald, are you speaking of Fain?

HOSTY: Fain twice, and he had two different guys with him at two different times, and Jack Quigley in New Orleans.

Hosty is obviously lying his arse off when saying he did not want to interview Oswald, but the CIA bit is very revealing.


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