It is reasonable to be suspicious of claims that challenge our understanding of history. But it is unreasonable to ignore evidence because it might change one’s mind or challenge the positions that one has taken in public. History shows us that new information is rarely welcome.–Edward T. Haslam Lee Harvey Oswald was an innocent man who was a government intelligence agent. He faithfully carried out assignments such as entering the USSR and pretending to be pro-Castro. . . . Lee Harvey Oswald was a brave, good man, a patriot and a true American hero . . . .–Judyth Vary Baker If Judyth Vary Baker is telling the truth, it will change the way we think about the Kennedy assassination.–John McAdams
Wilkes, Donald E. Jr., "Lee Harvey Oswald’s Last Lover?" (2010). Popular Media. 83.