JFK’s Murder-The last key witness is found
by Roland Michel Tremblay
The last key witness that Oliver Stone mentioned in the film JFK (1991), the one who could have solved and proved the conspiracy surrounding JFK’s assassination, has finally been found. Her name is Judyth Vary Baker and her 606-page testimony titled Me & Lee, How I came to know, love and lose Lee Harvey Oswald has just been published at Trine Day Press. Jim Marrs, the long-time investigator and author of the New York Times bestseller Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy, upon which the JFK film was based, asked in the afterword of Baker’s book how she can still be alive today. Good question.
It has not been easy. Baker decided to talk after 36 years of frightened silence, but after being confronted with death threats she had to leave the United States. She returned to the US twice, only to flee overseas due to ongoing stalking, harassment and several hospitalizations caused by what Marrs termed “freak accidents.” In 2007 she was accepted as a political asylum seeker in Europe, the first ever non-combatant American woman to succeed in gaining asylum seeker status in the world. She is still struggling with character assassination over the Internet by people intent on destroying her as a credible witness, but her book is out now, and it changes everything. So much so that Oliver Stone could finally do a final and less static version of his film. Instead of telling us about what might have happened, he could now show us what really happened in 1963 in New Orleans and Dallas.