May 3, 1957:
Lee Harvey Oswald is given a "Confidential" security clearance
SEPTEMBER 12, 1957:
Lee Harvey Oswald arrives in Japan at Yokosuka, where he is assigned to the
Marine Air Control Squadron #1, Marine Air Group 11, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, based in
Atsugi, home of the U-2 spy plane. Oswald learns the radar tracking of the U-2 and his unit follow the U-2nin different locations.
September 11, 1959:
Lee Harvey Oswald is released
from active duty in the Marine Corps under the auspices of a " hardship" condition . A box of candy fell on his mother's nose. Oswald stays 72 hours in Dallas and then head for New Orleans. A freighter brings him across the Atlantic. Supposedly he is going to a CIA related Albert Schweitzer College in Switzerland.
OCTOBER 16, 1959:
Lee Harvey Oswald, after staying at the two best hotels in Helsinki, enters Russia and travels to Moscow via train. The CIA had kept a Helsinki official happy.
JANUARY 4, 1960:
Lee Harvey Oswald is told he is being sent to Minsk, where he observes and writes. His job is working an an electronics factory..
MAY 24, 1962:
Lee Harvey Oswald and his new wife, Marina Nikolayevna Prusakova get the necessary papers to return to the United States. On June
14, 1962 Marina and Lee arrive in Fort Worth. Not bad treatment for a defector!
Lee Harvey Oswald employment at Reily Coffee Company. William Reilly, owner of the Reilly Coffee Company was CIA connected. In August of 1963, Judyth Vary Baker and Lee Harvey Oswald, 23, both started working for the firm on same day, May 10, 1963.
Oswald routinely met with FBI agents and received large white envelopes.
"Before he left the William Reily Coffee Company, Oswald visited garage owner Adrian Alba to say goodbye. According to the record, he had been fired for malingering. Yet Oswald seemed pleased, telling Alba he expected to work next at the New Orleans plant of NASA -- the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. He never did work there, although four of his colleagues at Reily did move to NASA within weeks of Oswald's departure. At all events Oswald departed, telling Alba, 'I have found my pot of gold at the end of the rainbow'"
(Anthony Summers, Conspiracy, 1989, Paragon House, 284).
NOVEMBER 22, 1963 Lee Harvey Oswald in second floor lunch room.
Mrs. R. E. ARNOLD, Secretary, Texas School Book Depository, advised she was in her office on the second floor of the building on November 22, 1963, and left that office between 12:00 and 12:15 PM, to go downstairs and stand in front of the building to view the Presidential Motorcade. As she was standing in front of the building, she stated she thought she caught a fleeting glimpse of LEE HARVEY OSWALD standing in the hallway between the front door and the double doors leading to the warehouse, located on the first floor. She could not be sure that this was OSWALD, but said she felt it was and believed the time to be a few minutes before 12:15 PM.
She stated thereafter she viewed the Presidential Motorcade and heard the shots that were fired at the President; however, she could furnish no information of value as to the individual firing the shots or any other information concerning OSWALD, whom she stated she did not know and had merely seen him working in the building.
on 11/26/1963 at Dallas, Texas
File # DL 89–43
by Special Agent Richard E. Harrison
NOVEMBER 22, 1963: 12:30 pm
President Kennedy and Texas Governor John Connolly are shot in a an open car in Dealey Plaza, Dallas Texas. Lee Harvey Oswald was in the second floor door opening.
NOVEMBER 22, 1963:
Oswald Arrested at the Texas theater. He has a wallet with two ID's. It is one of three wallets found to incriminate him for murder. Witnesses see an identical Oswald loaded in a cruiser behind the theater. Oswald had moved around inside the theater, sitting next to various patrons as he searched for someone. But the Dallas Police have inside information on his background from Army intelligence. The bring him into custody and he will never be free again.
NOVEMBER 24, 1963
Jack Ruby murders Lee Harvey Oswald.