Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Judyth Vary Baker's New Orleans Tour

The way they were in 1963
The author of this blog was fortunate to be present in New Orleans during the week which would have been the 74th birthday of Lee H. Oswald, had he not been murdered in Dallas on November 24, 1963. Thanks to my friend, Jeffrey Holmes, who traveled to Toronto in 2011 for the first-ever book tour of the author of Me and Lee: How I Came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald, Judyth was able to show spectators the streets where she walked with Lee while they worked together at Reilly Coffee Company, the back door he sneaked out of, and the location a block away of 544 Camp Street a la 531 Lafayette--where Guy Banister housed his anti-Castro activities.

Please enjoy the tour. Express your thanks to  Doug MacCash, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
and encourage him to read Judyth's book and to realize that Lee was not one of the assassins of JFK. Telling the truth is an uphill battle. Sometimes we feel a little like Sisyphus in the attempt. But the battle is worth the effort.

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