Scene from JFK
Sam Newman, owner of the Newman building on the corner of Camp Street and Lafayette Street, testified before the HSCA on November 6, 1978. He drew a diagram of his building and, as you can see, there was no connection between Banister's office on Lafayette Street and the other offices which had their entrance at 544 Camp Street.
On the first floor, there were two doors that led to Banister's office -- labeled A and B. Banister used door A. The other door was not used. The "R" on the first floor was a restroom.
There was an entrance on Camp Street to a staircase that led to the second and third floor. On the second floor was a room for the janitor, James Arthus, and several offices. Sergio Arcacha Smith's Cuban Revolutionary Council had an office here for a short period.
On the third floor, an office was rented to a Mr. James Dooling who ran some sort of security operation and was a tenant for a short period of time.
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Banister's mental health was in decline in 1964.
Guy Banister's office was at 531 Lafayette and his office was not connected to the office at 544 Camp Street.
Guy Banister couldn't pay his rent in 1964 and was evicted.
Some pictures of Camp and Lafayette streets.
Oliver Stone's so-called documentary, JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass, makes the claim that Guy Banister gave Lee Harvey Oswald an office at 544 Camp Street in New Orleans.
Roberts was interviewed by Garrison's office in 1967 and she said nothing about seeing Oswald in Banister's office.
Mary Brengel worked for Banister for a few months, and she also did not see Oswald in the office.
Joseph Newbrough, who worked for Banister, told PBS Frontline that Banister's office was not connected to 544 Camp Street.
Jack Martin loved to tell stories. He said nothing about Oswald being in Banister's office when he blabbing to the FBI and the Secret Service in 1963 and 1964.
Garrison told the HSCA some ridiculous stories about Banister.
The film JFK explanation is not right.
Jim Garrison interviewed Jack Martin in his office on December 14, 1966. Here is a link to a tape recording of that interview and a transcript. Martin talks about seeing Oswald in Banister's office with Sergio Arcacha Smith. But there are problems with his story.
Blog Posts on the Fake Oswald Handbill
Conspiracy theorist Paul Bleau featured a fake Oswald handbill in a podcast.
An analysis of the handbill used in Oliver Stone's so-called documentary, JFK: Destiny Betrayed.
An examination of where the fake handbill came from.
A look at James DiEugenio's use of the fake handbill.
Jefferson Morley is the latest researcher to use a fake Oswald handbill.