Thursday, December 6, 2012

Jesse Ventura and Judyth Vary Baker on "Mancow"

Jesse Ventura on radio explains why Oswald was killed.
"Fifty years ago, one President murdered should have gotten people outraged,"says Jesse Ventura during his radio interview by Mancow in December 2012. Speaking of the book written by his co-guest on the program, he adds: "This book is incredible!"


The book is "Me and Lee: How I Came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald, written by Judyth Vary Baker, and it tells the whole story of her 1963 affair with the accused lone assassin of President Kennedy.

Listen to the full interview.

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Judyth also gets a chance to talk about the death of Dr. Mary Sherman, who was involved in cancer research in New Orleans where she worked for Dr. Alton Ochsner and sponsored by the Tulane Medical School. The team worked on a bioweapon to kill Fidel Castro by giving him cancer. 

A book called Dr. Mary's Monkey written by Ed Haslam (also a TrineDay publication), is summarized in its subtitle: "How the Unsolved Murder of a Doctor, a Secret Laboratory in New Orleans and Cancer-Causing Monkey Viruses are Linked to Lee Harvey ... Assassination and Emerging Global Epidemics." These two books are must-reads for anyone who disbelieves the Warren Commission and who wants to understand how intelligence groups control aspects of the global medical and pharmaceuticals industries.

Me and Lee relates how Oswald traveled to Mexico prior to Kennedy's murder in an attempt to use the bioweapon Judyth had helped Dr. Sherman develop, assisting David Ferrie, an acknowledged cancer researcher, who was a good friend of Oswald.

Although Judyth herself has endured numerous close calls with death and injury, she consented to do her first-ever book tour in the United States this fall, after events were arranged by TrineDay book publisher, Kris Millegan. So far this year Baker has given press conferences and made the rounds of interviews in Washington state, Oregon, Vancouver, the San Francisco area and in Los Angeles. She was available in 2011 for a similar tour, limited to Toronto and Montreal.

Ventura met her in Chicago after her arrival there on Monday. After interviews in California she flew to Knoxville to watch a packed audience at Maryville College give a standing ovation to "Sniper's Nest," a play written by Lisa Soland, based on Me and Lee.

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