Lee Harvey Oswald’s Mistress: Know About Judyth Vary Baker!

After Lee Harvey Oswald’s death, one woman named Judyth Vary Baker claimed that she was Oswald’s mistress and both were romantically involved. She also stated that the two were part of a conspiracy to kill Fidel Castro that was rerouted to a motorcade in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963.

Born on October 18, 1939, Lee Harvey Oswald was a U.S. Marine veteran who shot and killed President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, from a sixth-floor window of the Texas School Book Depository as Kennedy walked by motorcade through Dealey Plaza in Dallas. And about 45 minutes after assassinating Kennedy, he again shot and murdered Dallas police officer J. D. Tippit on a nearby street. He then crept inside a movie theater and was later apprehended.

After Lee Harvey Oswald’s arrest, he was accused of Kennedy’s assassination, but he denied culpability, claiming he was a patsy. However, two days later, Oswald was fatally shot by local nightclub owner Jack Ruby in the basement of Dallas Police Headquarters on live television.

Lee Harvey Oswald had a wife at the time of his death, however, a woman later claimed that she was Oswald’s mistress and shared a few things only she knew about him. Well, let’s discuss it in detail.

Previously, we discussed the relationship status of Gabriel Guevara and Alexee Trevizo.

After Lee Harvey Oswald Was Killed, Judyth Vary Baker Claimed She Was His Mistress and Both Were Romantically Involved!

After Lee Harvey Oswald‘s murder, one woman named Judyth Vary Baker came to claim that she was Oswald’s mistress and both were romantically involved. According to her narrative, she met Oswald in New Orleans in 1963 in line at a post office. She fumbled with her newspaper. He took it up. Then she expressed her gratitude in Russian where he identified himself as Lee. Later, she began a love affair with him.

Whether it’s true or not, Lee Harvey Oswald’s claimed mistress continued to say she was Lee Harvey Oswald’s lover and that the two were part of a conspiracy to kill Fidel Castro that was rerouted to a motorcade in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. But when a hurricane thwarted Baker’s plot to inject Castro with a lethal type of cancer, President John F. Kennedy became the target, Oswald the scapegoat, and Baker the witness.

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Judyth Vary Baker has made several assertions concerning her relationship with him and his purported complicity in a plan to assassinate President John F. Kennedy. Baker alleges she collaborated with Oswald on a clandestine program in New Orleans involving cancer research and biological weapons, which she claims was linked to the Kennedy assassination. However, her accusations have been received with skepticism because they have not been supported by credible evidence or supporting witnesses.

Furthermore, Lee Harvey Oswald’s claimed mistress was a 1961 Manatee High School graduate — by all accounts a brilliant student who worked on cancer experiments beneath the football stadium — and she either witnessed one of the darkest hours in American history, or she intertwined snippets of her personal life with parts of Oswald’s and wove together one of the most imaginative stories ever created, something Forest Gump didn’t even consider. In any case, you have to acknowledge that it is stunning.

Was Judyth Vary Baker Involved in the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy?

According to Judyth Vary Baker‘s Facebook page and a previous Herald-Tribune piece, she was sent to New Orleans to grow a form of cancer that would be used as a biological weapon to assassinate Fidel Castro. Lee Harvey Oswald would transport the strain to Mexico City, from which contacts would transport it to Cuba. Castro would be injected with it, and his death would appear to be caused by the cigars he smoked. Because of Hurricane Flora, Oswald’s contacts never arrived in Mexico City, and Plan B was implemented: assassinate John F. Kennedy

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Judyth Vary Baker claimed she was picked because she was an anti-Castro ‘patriot,’ easily manipulated, trained to work safely with deadly cancer viruses who had worked in primitive conditions. She stated that by 1963, she had memorized — and contributed to the development of the best formula to grow human cancer cells that existed. At the same time, She also claimed to have fallen in love with Oswald.

Baker maintained that Oswald was a CIA and FBI informant who was framed for the murder. She claimed it was set up by a collaboration of the US government and unidentified commercial entities. She had also stated that she was aware of the plan two days before it occurred, but that she would be killed if she revealed anything.

However, it is significant to take into account that most mainstream historians and academics do not find Judyth Vary Baker’s assertions to be trustworthy. The Warren Commission’s formal inquiry into the Kennedy assassination found no evidence to corroborate her claims. And still, the killing of John F. Kennedy remains a topic of intense research and controversy, and numerous ideas and accusations continue to circulate. Furthermore, when investigating the events surrounding the assassination, it is necessary to examine such accusations seriously and to rely on evidence-based research and credible sources.