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Guy Banister, the FBI, New Orleans and the JFK Assassination

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39 pages21 minutes

Summary

I believe that the successful plot to murder President John F. Kennedy took shape in New Orleans during the summer of 1963. It was then that W. Guy Banister ran a detective office where malcontents, right wingers and perhaps left wing radicals also frequented. Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged Presidential assassin, was certainly one of the individuals who worked out of Banister's Camp Street address. Oswald was either a confirmed left winger or was posing as one. On one occasion some anti-Castro Cubans confronted him on the streets of New Orleans for passing out Fair Play For Cuba Committee (FPFCC) pamphlets.

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