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A decorated author and professor, George Michael Evica is the author of And We Are All Mortal, published in 1978, and A Certain Arrogance, in 2006. Evica's new book focuses on the strange nexus between US intelligence, religious institutions, and the life of Lee Harvey Oswald.


  Marguerite Oswald & The Oswald Game

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George Michael Evica on Marguerite Oswald, her possible connection to U.S. Intelligence, and the impersonation of not only Lee Harvey Oswald, but his wife Marina, and Marguerite.
(3 min 17 sec)
  Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation
18 Nov 2006

  Multiplicity in Lee Harvey Oswald

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George Michael Evica discusses the seemingly endless multiplicty of character inherent in Lee Harvey Oswald.
(1 min 56 sec)
For more information:
Lee Harvey Oswald
Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation
18 Nov 2006

  Naval Intelligence

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George Michael Evica on a seemingly "prophetic" move by Naval Intelligence in regards to Oswald's discharge status.
(1 min 36 sec)
For more information:
Lee Harvey Oswald
Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation
18 Nov 2006

  Building the Patsy Legend

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George Michael Evica discusses the murkiness of Lee Harvey Oswald's return to the U.S. from the Soviet Union, and its connections to the "patsying" of Oswald.
(3 min 14 sec)
For more information:
Lee Harvey Oswald
Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation
18 Nov 2006

  Lee Harvey Oswald & Albert Schweitzer College

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George Michael Evica on Oswald's defection to the Soviet Union and his connection with Albert Schweitzer College.
(2 min 44 sec)
  Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation
18 Nov 2006

  Robert Edward Webster

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George Michael Evica discusses Robert Edward Webster, another defector to the Soviet Union, and his ties to Lee Harvey Oswald.
(2 min 53 sec)
  Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation
18 Nov 2006

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