Although the U.S. Establishment's Warren Commission Report claimed that Lee Oswald visited Mexico City a few months before JFK was eliminated, in the forward to The Man Who Knew Too Much by Dick Russell, Carl Oglesby wrote that "a secret 280-page report prepared in 1978 by the staff of the House Select Committee on Assassinations," which was still classified [in the early 1990s], "reported the discovery of solid CIA evidence that Oswald was actually impersonated in the famous confrontations at the Soviet embassy and the Cuban consulate in Mexico City a month-and-a-half before" the JFK assassination on November 22, 1963. Oglesby also noted that "in May 1992, [then-] CIA director Robert Gates told the Senate Intelligence Committee that the CIA could not release certain elements of its large secret file on accused JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald."
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