Listen To Oswald And View His Computer Voice Stress Analysis Results!
Below are several of the New Orleans and Dallas audio samples and charts from the first-ever CVSA examination of Lee Harvey Oswald. See all the charts in "Malcontent".
Oswald Admits He Is a Marxist
Oswald Lying About His Marine Corps Rank
Oswald provides a brief history of his background and states that he achieved the rank of "Buck Sergeant" in the USMC. The CVSA results show obvious deception. Oswald never achieved the rank higher than Private First Class.
Oswald Claims He Has Been Denied Legal Representation
Oswald claims to the media that he has been denied legal representation. During interrogation breaks, Oswald made two phone calls to John J. Abt, the lead attorney for the Communist Party USA. Oswald could not get ahold of Abt and Oswald twice called an acquaintance, Ruth Paine, and asked her to contact Abt. Oswald's brother, Robert, visited Oswald in jail and volunteered to get an attorney for him, a request Oswald denied. Additionally, the head of the Dallas Bar Association visited Oswald in jail and was convinced Oswald's legal rights were being protected. The CVSA shows deception.
Oswald Declares "I'm Just A Patsy."
This is the most often-cited utterance from Lee Harvey Oswald in custody. Oswald's entire statement was: "No, they have taken me in because of the fact that I lived in the Soviet Union. I'm just a patsy!" The United States and Russia were in the throes of the Cold War. LHO was not stating he was a patsy in the assassination, but rather that he was singled out only because he had a previous residence in the Soviet Union, the arch enemy of the United States. The CVSA result shows obvious deception.
Oswald States Reporters First Asked Him About JFK Murder Involvement
LHO states during his midnight press conference that the first time he heard about the JFK assassination was when the newspaper reporters in the hall asked him if he was responsible. The CVSA results showed obvious and numerous deception. In fact, Oswald had been interviewed for several hours by law enforcement who specifically asked him if he murdered JFK and Officer Tippit. This was well before the reporters in the police headquarters hallway asked him if he killed President Kennedy.
Oswald Denies Killing JFK
Oswald is queried by a reporter: "Did you kill the President?" Oswald replies, in part, "No, I have not been charged with that, in fact nobody has said that to me yet..." The CVSA shows deception on the word "No".