JUDYTH VARY BAKER
(PART 2)


Oswald-Not-Guilty.blogspot.com/IF THEY SAY LEE OSWALD KILLED KENNEDY--SHOW THEM THIS!

I just came across the above blog post from one of Judyth Baker's websites, in which Judyth attempts (once again) to exonerate her alleged "lover", Lee Harvey Oswald. And in that blog post from June 8, 2013, she tries to exonerate him by responding to things I have written about Lee Oswald's guilt in my blog (linked below).





Naturally, in my opinion, Baker fails miserably in her attempts to debunk anything I wrote concerning Oswald's guilt. And she just ignores or bypasses most of the points that I made on my blog, and the items she did address in her own blog post amount to pretty much the same old worn-out tripe that we've seen time and again from desperate conspiracy theorists, as Judyth turns a blind eye to the huge stack of evidence that proves her so-called "lover" was a double-murderer. Baker even tries to deny that Lee ever owned a rifle in 1963:


"I KNEW LEE HARVEY OSWALD AND HIS TASTE IN GUNS. .... I NEVER SAW A RIFLE BELONGING TO LEE OSWALD. .... LEE OSWALD WOULD NEVER HAVE PURCHASED A TRACEABLE, CLUMSY, INFERIOR RIFLE BY MONEY ORDER."
-- Judyth Vary Baker; 6/8/2013


Naturally, then, Judyth has no choice but to believe that all of the paperwork associated with Lee's 1963 Carcano rifle purchase has been faked or forged or falsely manufactured in some manner, including this internal piece of paperwork generated by Klein's Sporting Goods in Chicago (Waldman Exhibit No. 7):





JUDYTH BAKER SAID:

Calling faked information 'evidence' does not make it so. When one piece of faked evidence is piled atop another, and another, and another... we must question the veracity and honesty of the person who dares pretend such evidence is solid, real and irrefutable.


DAVID VON PEIN SAID:

Earth to Judyth!! --- Claiming that every last scrap of evidence relating to the assassination of President Kennedy is "faked evidence" does not make it so. In fact, such an all-inclusive blanket claim is a fool's belief and just makes the person claiming it look downright silly. Yes, Judy, you look very silly when you say "...when one piece of faked evidence is piled atop another, and another, and another...".


JUDYTH BAKER SAID:

THE POST OFFICE HAD NO RECORD OF ITS DELIVERY, OR OF THE HANDGUN THAT SUPPOSEDLY CAME THE SAME DAY (CAN'T HAVE TWO ''LOST' RECEIPTS, CAN WE? SO THEY WERE ANNOUNCED TO HAVE BEEN DELIVERED ON THE SAME DAY -- EVEN THOUGH THE TWO ITEMS WERE ORDERED WEEKS APART FROM EACH OTHER.).


DAVID VON PEIN SAID:

Judyth is expecting way too much in the record-keeping department from the United States Post Office. There was no particular reason for the post office in Dallas to have a "record" of every single item or package ever delivered to a P.O. Box, and that includes the rifle package that Klein's Sporting Goods shipped to Lee Oswald (aka: "A. Hidell") in late March of 1963.

But on the SHIPPER'S end (Klein's in Chicago and Seaport Traders in L.A.), we have plenty of paperwork to prove that Oswald (Hidell) ordered, paid for, and was shipped an Italian rifle by Klein's and a Smith & Wesson .38 revolver by Seaport Traders in March of '63. The Klein's and Seaport paperwork is several layers deep--and with Oswald's own writing on most of it! All of that was faked, Judyth? Think again.







And as for Oswald's rifle and revolver being "ordered weeks apart from each other", there is no proof that Oswald actually mailed the coupon for the handgun on January 27th (even though Oswald did write that date on the mail-order coupon for the Smith & Wesson revolver he ended up receiving in late March).

Given the internal paperwork generated by both Klein's in Chicago (for the rifle) and Seaport Traders in Los Angeles (for the revolver), it's my belief that it's very likely that Lee Oswald put BOTH of those mail-order coupons in the mailbox on the same day -- March 12th, 1963 (the same day we know he purchased and mailed a money order for $21.45 to pay for the rifle he ordered from Klein's).





JUDYTH BAKER SAID:

MIRACULOUSLY, THE RIFLE ORDER REACHED CHICAGO, AND THE MONEY ORDER WITH IT WAS PROCESSED--AND RIFLE PACKED--ONE DAY LATER, THOUGH THE MAIL ORDER WAS SUPPOSEDLY SENT ALL THE WAY FROM DALLAS TO CHICAGO BY REGULAR MAIL, USING A POSTBOX DROP MILES FROM WHERE OSWALD, WHO HAD NO CAR, WORKED AT THE TIME.


DAVID VON PEIN SAID:

The above paragraph authored by Ms. Baker is filled with errors and conspiracy-tinged myths.

1.) The rifle was very likely not "packed" for delivery on the same day that Klein's received Oswald's mail-order coupon for the weapon (March 13, 1963). That was the date that Klein's generated their internal order form, yes. But the rifle was not shipped for another seven days--on March 20th. And both of those dates can be confirmed by looking at one of my favorite documents associated with the JFK murder investigation -- William Waldman Exhibit Number Seven.

Waldman No. 7 is one of my favorite documents because it's an item that proves--for all time--that Lee Harvey Oswald (aka Mr. Hidell) positively ordered a rifle from the Chicago, Illinois, mail-order company known as Klein's Sporting Goods.

That one document--all by itself and with nothing else needed--proves that the conspiracy theorists like Judyth Vary Baker who think that Lee Harvey Oswald never ordered a gun at all in 1963 are complete idiots when it comes to the topic of Oswald and his rifle purchase. And it's always comforting to know that just a single document (like Waldman #7) can perform that satisfying chore so easily and irrevocably.


2.) Oswald's order form for the rifle was not sent via "regular mail". Oswald mailed it "Air Mail", and the envelope which is part of the evidence in this case (Commission Exhibit No. 773) proves it:





And if Judyth doesn't think a letter sent by Air Mail can travel from Dallas to Chicago in just a single day (or even less), she'd better think again. And she should probably listen to this interesting audio clip too (which comes from an unlikely source when it comes to "JFK research", but it's valid nonetheless).


3.) Judyth implied above that Oswald mailed his order form and money order for the rifle at a mailbox that was "miles from where Oswald worked at the time".
In 2012, I came across some intriguing information that very likely destroys the theory that Oswald walked "miles" out of his way to mail his letter to Klein's on March 12, 1963 (which, in actuality, is a really silly theory to begin with--even without this new information that is contained in the lengthy blog post linked below).


The Postmark On Commission Exhibit 773


In summary....

Judyth Vary Baker and Alek James Hidell have a lot in common. They're both phonies.

David Von Pein
July 15, 2013


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JUDYTH VARY BAKER
(PART 1)


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EXCERPTS FROM VINCENT BUGLIOSI'S
BOOK "RECLAIMING HISTORY"
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