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Blakey interview: What a maroon part 1

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Post by greg parker on Fri 07 Feb 2014, 10:26 pm

Was Oswald recruited as a spy? What did the House Select Committee on Assassinations conclude?

The ultimate judgment on Oswald as a recruited agent is that he was not—either by the CIA or by the Soviets. For example, if the Soviets had recruited him in Japan, the time and place to use him was in Japan, not to have him defect to Russia to make radios. That just is not what makes sense. Take a look at his character. The KGB conducted an investigation of him in the Soviet Union by the wiretapping, the bugging, the debriefing of all of his neighbors. None of this is consistent with Oswald having been recruited.

Would the Americans develop a false defector program and put Oswald in it? When you look at Oswald’s life, he just doesn’t seem to be emotionally stable enough to be the kind of candidate that our people would recruit.


Does Blakey think all defectors were all Rhode Scholars? If they were all Rhode Scholars, Blakey would have a point. But they were not. You don't hire a Soprano to sing the part written for a barn dance caller. What an aggravating maroon and fiddler of the facts Blakey is.

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Re: Blakey interview: What a maroon part 1

Post by Stan Dane on Sat 08 Feb 2014, 8:27 am

greg parker wrote:You don't hire a Soprano to sing the part written for a barn dance caller.
You hire a Soprano when you want watch some pole dancing at the Bada Bing.
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