Oswald spoke with a Soviet diplomat two months before the Kennedy assassination

Oswald spoke with a Soviet diplomat two months before the Kennedy assassination

WASHINGTON, Oct 27 — RIA Novosti. Lee Harvey Oswald, the assassin of the 35th US President John F. Kennedy, two months before the crimes during a visit to Mexico communicated with the Soviet diplomat, who, according to us intelligence, was a member of the KGB, said in a Thursday declassified CIA documents.

The document says that the phones of the Soviet Embassy in Mexico city at that time was bugged by U.S. intelligence agencies. Assumptions that Oswald was somehow connected with the KGB or KGB was involved in the Kennedy assassination, in the document no. The version of the Soviet involvement in the Kennedy assassination was considered by U.S. authorities along with many others, but, according to official documents, was not confirmed.

The episode with the appearance of Oswald at the Soviet Embassy in Mexico city has been described previously in the literature — to communicate with Oswald to the Soviet Vice Consul Oleg Nechiporenko said that Oswald asked him to issue a visa to the USSR.

“According to the intercepted call from Mexico city, Lee Oswald 28 September 1963 was at the Soviet Embassy and spoke with Consul Valeriy Vladimirovich Kostikov. This became known when Oswald called the Soviet Embassy on October 1 and in broken Russian, called himself by name, stated the above meeting and asked the security guard who answered the phone, was there anything new “regarding the telegram in Washington.” The guard checked in and told Oswald that a request has been sent but nothing is received”, — stated in declassified CIA document.