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What: Reclusive lover of Lee Harvey Oswald to make rare appearance in New Orleans as part of 50th anniversary events marking JFK shooting
When: Saturday, October 19, 9 a.m. to noon.
Where: Loyola University, New Orleans, Room 114, Miller Hall Building (corner Calhoun and Loyola Street; see map)


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Media contact:
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Subject: Judyth Vary Baker, whose book Me & Lee documents her intimate relationship with Lee Harvey Oswald while they both lived and worked in New Orleans on a cancer research project, will make her first public appearance in New Orleans in over 10 years to mark the birthday of her lover and explain why she believes Lee Harvey Oswald was not the lone gunman who killed President John F. Kennedy.


Ms. Baker, a girlfriend and lover of Lee Harvey Oswald in New Orleans during the summer of 1963, has been living in exile in Europe for almost a decade after receiving death threats and surviving several accidents since going public with her story. Her book has been out for three years and has garnered a strong following in the JFK research community, according to Publisher Kris Millegan.

Lee Harvey Oswald is the central figure Ms. Baker’s tale about an enthralling Cold War spy saga. The story documents how a 23-year-old Oswald was involved in an underground medical laboratory overseen by local Doctor Mary Sherman and employing a 20-year-old Judy to create a bio-weapon that could infect and kill humans with cancer. The injection, which was tested on an Angola prisoner, was successfully developed and to be smuggled into Cuba for use on Dictator Fidel Castro. According to Ms. Baker, Oswald’s mission to get the bio-weapon to Cuba through Mexico City failed and he then headed to Dallas.

After studying her story and interviewing Judyth several times, Jim Marrs, veteran JFK researcher and author of Crossfire: The Plot that Killed Kennedy wrote: “Will anyone in the government finally tell the public the truth about the Kennedy assassination? It is highly unlikely. But can we ever really know the truth? I say yes, by study the wide array of information now available, thinking for ourselves, and listening to the impassioned unflinching voice of Judyth Vary Baker.”

Former Governor Jesse Ventura calls Baker’s book “stunning” and ranked it among his six favorite conspiracy reads, adding that, “her book shows beyond any doubt that (Oswald) was clearly a government agent.”

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