Judyth Vary Baker was once a promising science student who dreamed of finding a cure for cancer, but strayed from a path of mainstream scholarship at the University of Florida to a life of espionage in New Orleans with Lee Harvey Oswald. In her memoir, Me & Lee, Judyth offers extensive documentation of how she came to be involved with cancer research at such a young age, the personalities who recruited her to move to New Orleans in 1963, how she was hired there – along with Lee Oswald – by Reily Coffee Co. and fired the same afternoon Lee was arrested for disturbing the peace on Canal Street, and how she became a participant in the development of a biological weapon that Oswald was to smuggle into Cuba to eliminate Fidel Castro. Judyth shows the evidence and relates – from her first-hand experience – all she knows about the Kennedy assassination, her love affair with Lee Oswald over the summer of '63, her conversations with him as late as two days before JFK's death, his role as a deep-cover intelligence agent who was framed for an assassination he was actually trying to prevent, and how he was silenced by his old friend Jack Ruby.
In the first half of the program, psychiatrist Stephen Seager joined Dave Schrader (email) to share his true insider's account of working in a hospital for the criminally insane. In the latter half, author Judyth Vary Baker, who personally knew Lee Harvey Oswald as well as David Ferrie, revealed details about their alleged involvement in the conspiracy to assassinate JFK. ... More »Host: Dave Schrader
JFK assassination expert Ed Haslam recounted the story of Judyth Vary Baker, a once promising science student and cancer researcher, who became involved with Lee Harvey Oswald over the summer of 1963 in New Orleans. Judyth Vary Baker and John Barbour also joined in the conversation. First hour guest, author Peter Gleick talked about America's obsession with bottled water. ... More »Host: George Knapp