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THE JFK CASE: THE TWELVE WHO BUILT THE OSWALD LEGEND (Part 7: The hand-off from De Mohrenschildt to the Paines)

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In Part 8, out in a few days:  The fiery Cuban dance steps of the CIA-Army Intelligence Mambo.

Thanks to Barbara LaMonica, Greg Parker, Bill Kelly, and many other researchers for their insights on de Mohrenschildt and the Paines.  

Endnotes:

Peter Gregory...was also a translator who had his son Paul take Russian lessons from Oswald's wife Marina.  Gregory provided Oswald with a letter certifying Oswald's ability to serve as a translator:    Warren Commission Document 5, p.l 290; SA Earle Haley interview with Peter Gregory, 11/29/63.  Also see Secret Service report, below.

Gregory commented on Oswald's pronounced Polish accent:  Secret Service report of Leon Gopadze, 11/29/63, p. 3, FBI - HSCA Administrative Folders/NARA Record Number: 124-10369-10062.  

Oswald contacted Max Clark's wife shortly after his return: Warren Commission Hearings, Testimony of Max Clark, Volume 8, p. 344.

On 11/28/63, Gregory assisted the Secret Service in translating a lengthy interrogation of Marina Oswald:   Secret Service report of Leon Gopadze, 11/29/63, p. 3, FBI - HSCA Administrative Folders/NARA Record Number: 124-10369-10062.

On 11/29/63, Clark and Gregory told FBI agent Earle Haley that Oswald had obtained their names from the Fort Worth ublic Library, where Gregory worked:   Warren Commission Document 5, p. 262, SA Earle Haley interview with Max Clark, 11/29/63; p. 290, SA Earl Haley interview with Peter Gregory, 11/29/63. 

After a complaint by the Warren Commission that these these earlier reports contradicted the witnesses' Warren Commission testimony, Legend Maker #6 FBI supervisor Marvin Gheesling was forced to confront them on these contradictions: Memo from Warren Commission counsel J. Lee Rankin to FBI Director, 5/7/64; Memo from Gheesling to SAC, Dallas, FBI, 5/11/64, 105-82555 Oswald HQ File, Section 151, p. 49.

After Gheesling re-assigned the case to the Dallas FBI office, agent Earle Haley went back and re-interviewed Clark and Gregory:   Warren Commission Exhibits 1888, 1889, 5/14/64.

Haley was a personal acquaintance of Max Clark, who used to work with " Earle ":   Warren Commission Hearings, Testimony of Max Clark, Volume 8, pp. 349, 352.  

Gregory wouldn't change his story and blamed it on Oswald, while Clark said he heard about the whole issue second-hand from his wife:  Warren Commission Exhibits 1888, 1889, 5/14/64.

The Washington Post and other papers ran a UPI article on 6/9/62 announcing the Oswalds' impending arrival to Dallas:   "Third American in 2 Months Leaves Soviet 'Home'", Washington Post, 6/9/62.

The FBI has got him tagged and is watching his movements:   Warren Commission Hearings, Testimony of Max Clark, Volume 8, pp. 351.

Marina's uncle and surrogate father Colonel Ilya Prusakov was with the MVD, the parent intelligence organization to the KGB...:   William Hood, Mole, (W.W. Norton & Co., New York, 1982) p. 305.  See memo of Richard Helms to Warren Commission staffer J. Lee Rankin, 1/25/64, for the time period "18-31 March 1961".

...stationed in the Soviet embassy in New Delhi:  Reel 13, Folder R - Marina Oswald, pp. 97-98.

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Bill Simpich is a civil rights attorney and an antiwar activist in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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