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on Wed 09 Sep 2020, 5:37 pm
Came across this on Facebook.

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on Tue 03 Nov 2020, 4:57 am
Owwww Marge....
Thanks to Malcolm Blunt.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FwR-WHckC6d_OLZM4XKycQDEc44RMvr1/view?usp=sharing

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on Sun 29 Nov 2020, 1:35 pm
as usual I am just lurking here, and am out of my depth in terms of this amazing research; but I do have something which is about as close as I can imagine to a smoking gun about Oswald and ONI. Or maybe just a very warm gun (which as we all know is happiness).

Back in the early 1990s a friend of mine gave me a name and phone number of a guy he knew who lived in Minnesota, and said "call this guy, he knew Oswald." So I called his friend - and we spoke 3 or 4 times over the next year or two. He was very nervous but not evasive, and here was his story: in the late 1950s he was in the Navy and was in the hospital at Balboa (a naval base) where, he told me, he met Lee Harvey Oswald. They spent some time together and Oswald told him he was working for the Office of Naval Intelligence, and Oswald tried to recruit this guy, to no avail. He also told me he had written a letter home to his mother later on after the assassination telling her about this.

He wouldn't go any further, or agree to a public interview with me, but he was extremely credible. First of all, he clearly was not one of those late witnesses who had read all about conspiracy aspects of the JFK assassination and was trying to blow up his own place in history. He had, as I said, no interest in going public - and remember, this was maybe 1992 when NO ONE was talking about Oswald and ONI. Also he clearly knew little about LHO outside of this encounter; he told me Oswald "was always talking about Russia," and when I pointed out that LHO had gone to Russia sometime afterward, he clearly was genuinely surprised and had no idea about the so-called "defection." He was completely uninterested in any kind of personal promotion and was definitely not a "buff."

And that was it; I tried, some years later, to get some other people interested in this guy but got nowhere (I was particularly surprised that Bill Simpich, who likes to act NOW as though LHO and ONI are a great discovery, hasn't credited me, because I told him about this quite a long time ago and he had no interest in it).

So that's it - and I have always thought it might be relatively easy to see if there are any records of LHO - and this guy - at Balboa. Either way, I absolutely believe this guy, particularly because he  told our mutual friend the same basic story at least 10 years earlier.
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on Mon 30 Nov 2020, 10:31 am
@AllenLowe wrote:as usual I am just lurking here, and am out of my depth in terms of this amazing research; but I do have something which is about as close as I can imagine to a smoking gun about Oswald and ONI. Or maybe just a very warm gun (which as we all know is happiness).

Back in the early 1990s a friend of mine gave me a name and phone number of a guy he knew who lived in Minnesota, and said "call this guy, he knew Oswald." So I called his friend - and we spoke 3 or 4 times over the next year or two. He was very nervous but not evasive, and here was his story: in the late 1950s he was in the Navy and was in the hospital at Balboa (a naval base) where, he told me, he met Lee Harvey Oswald. They spent some time together and Oswald told him he was working for the Office of Naval Intelligence, and Oswald tried to recruit this guy, to no avail. He also told me he had written a letter home to his mother later on after the assassination telling her about this.

He wouldn't go any further, or agree to a public interview with me, but he was extremely credible. First of all, he clearly was not one of those late witnesses who had read all about conspiracy aspects of the JFK assassination and was trying to blow up his own place in history. He had, as I said, no interest in going public - and remember, this was maybe 1992 when NO ONE was talking about Oswald and ONI. Also he clearly knew little about LHO outside of this encounter; he told me Oswald "was always talking about Russia," and when I pointed out that LHO had gone to Russia sometime afterward, he clearly was genuinely surprised and had no idea about the so-called "defection." He was completely uninterested in any kind of personal promotion and was definitely not a "buff."

And that was it; I tried, some years later, to get some other people interested in this guy but got nowhere (I was particularly surprised that Bill Simpich, who likes to act NOW as though LHO and ONI are a great discovery, hasn't credited me, because I told him about this quite a long time ago and he had no interest in it).

So that's it - and I have always thought it might be relatively easy to see if there are any records of LHO - and this guy - at Balboa. Either way, I absolutely believe this guy, particularly because he  told our mutual friend the same basic story at least 10 years earlier.
@AllenLowe, since you have not named the guy, can I just ask if his initials were EV?

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on Mon 30 Nov 2020, 10:49 am
no, his initials are GG, and I think he is still alive, though he is about 79 and still up, I believe, in Minnesota. This guy has never gone public in any way; though apparently he has the same last name as someone who came up in Walter Brown's research, but it's not the same guy as that either. I haven't spoken to him in maybe 15 years. I did, as I remembered late last night, talk to Gaeton Fonzi about him at the time, and he was very interested; but the guy asked me, years ago, not to call him any more.  I am, however, thinking about calling again. I really thing he's important but I doubt it will ever come to anything.
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on Mon 30 Nov 2020, 11:39 am
@barto wrote:Owwww Marge....
Thanks to Malcolm Blunt.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FwR-WHckC6d_OLZM4XKycQDEc44RMvr1/view?usp=sharing
Interesting that this contemporaneous article has Marge living at 3704 Crestline Rd Fort Worth as at May, 1965 - a house owned ny a Mrs Carter who Marge identifies as a friend of Korth.

Yet this is what the H & L Brains Trust alleges:

On February 13, 1963 the property [2220 Thomas Place, Fort Worth] was purchased by Mary Ann McCarthy, allegedly a close friend of Fort Worth attorney Fred Korth. Korth represented Edwin Ekdahl in his 1947 divorce from Marguerite Oswald, became Secretary of the Navy, and resigned his position only one month before the assassination. The 1964 and 1965 Fort Worth city directories show the tenant in apartment "B" as M. C. Oswald. In 1978 the property was sold to John H. Clarke and soon the small duplex was torn down and re­placed by a new two story, wood frame building.
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On April 13, 1965, Joe McCarthy advised te FBI that he had rented 2220 Thomas Place to Marguerite from 1962 or 63 and that Marguerite had contacted him that on that date and advised she had moved but had refused to give him her new address - which the FBI then acquired from an informant at Southwestern Bell. 

Did Marguerite move from Thomas Place and refuse to provide her new address after finding out the owners were friends of Korth?

Blunty's doc also alleges she was fired from her job in November 1963 by a Mrs Carter - another friend of Korth.

Further, the doc also indicates Marguerite was very interested in Korth's divorce and the timing of it in regard to the assassination.

Marguerite should have been hired by Garrison. 

She has the divorce dates wrong but I do believe the divorce was a means of putting further distance between himself and Roy Truly.

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on Mon 30 Nov 2020, 11:56 am
Allen,

thanks for the additional info.

I asked because this guy had a similar story.

https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=10546#relPageId=6&tab=page

Had been in Balboa Hospital

Was acquainted with Oswald at Santa Ana

Oswald was always talking about going to Russia.

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My main concern with the story you heard is that I don't think intel agencies recruit that way, using low level guys acually telling prospects they are with an intel agency. Initial approaches are always for evaluation of a prospect and the prospect would only be told who the interest was from, once suitability was determined - and even then it would come from an ONI officer. Here you have a young agent rather than an oficer doing the recruiting and spilling the beans to a person who ultimately rejects the offer, but now knows who you are and who you work for.  That is potentially a very bad situation.

I would tend to think if Oswald made a pitch for this guy, it was part of some fantasy, or Oswald himself was being lied to by others about his own recruitment. That second option is a theme some researchers have explored regarding Oswald in New Orleans. I think that is a credible possibility with your guy's story as well as later in NO.

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on Mon 30 Nov 2020, 12:52 pm
thanks, very interesting and an indirect corroboration of my guy.
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