TORONTO -- Judyth Vary Baker; author of ME & LEE: How I came to know, love and lose Lee Harvey Oswald, a 600-page non-fiction autobiography which recounts the undercover medical project they worked on together and the secrets he shared with her about JFK’s impending assassination.
Oct. 18, 2011 would be Lee Harvey Oswald’s 72nd birthday and Judy Vary Baker, a recluse who rarely makes public appearances, wants to mark the date by asking the world to reconsider Oswald’s role in history. Her take: Lee was an undercover agent who had penetrated a ring determined to murder President Kennedy and was actually trying to prevent it. Instead, they framed him for the crime, and then murdered him before he could defend himself in a court of law. Ms. Vary Baker asserts that Lee Oswald was trying to prevent JFK’s murder, not cause it.
Former Governor Jesse Ventura (see his review comments HERE) calls Judy’s book “stunning” and ranked it among his six favorite conspiracy reads, adding that “her book shows beyond any doubt that (Oswald) was clearly a government agent.”
Judy’s connection to Oswald was documented earlier in a 2007 book entitled Dr. Mary’s Monkey, authored by Edward Haslam. In 2010 Judy came forward with her own book validating that her association with Oswald was personal, professional, and romantic. Me & Lee is a memoir that blows the lid off the Lee Harvey Oswald debate, and even names some of the men responsible for Kennedy’s assassination.
Afraid for her own life after the JFK assassination, Judy dropped out of sight and lived a quiet life until her children were grown. Today, she continues to live in an undisclosed location overseas, but will make a rare North American public appearance to mark her former lover’s birthday and to continue her efforts to clear his name.
Ms. Baker will be at limited events in Toronto (Oct. 15-20) and Montreal (Oct. 22), Canada from Oct. 15 to 22, 2011, to schedule an in-person interview; all other areas, phone, satellite and skype interviews available.