The “Oswaldo” Meme

March 28, 2019

Some things repeat themselves, and not by accident.
Let’s look at the “meme” of the name “Oswald” for intelligence operations and assassinations;
Everyone reading this knows that Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested as the patsy that was set up in the assassination of President Kennedy. Oswald of course, was shot by mob associate Jack Ruby while in police custody, thus closing the case with the designated assassin never to tell the true tale of the plot.

Next, we have an indecent in May of 1979 where suspects were arrested in a possible plot to kill President Carter, and who pops up?
A guy named “Raymond Lee Harvey” and another man named “Osvaldo”. Both were allegedly part of a hit team that included several Mexican nationals. From the New York Times:

Reported Carter‐Assassination Plot Given Credibility by New Evidence
MAY 12, 1979

https://www.nytimes.com/1979/05/12/archives/reported-carterassassination-plot-given-credibility-by-new-evidence.html

(Excerpts)

“LOS ANGELES, May 11 (UPI) — Investigators have found evidence, including a gun case, ammunition and corroborative testimony, that adds credibility to a reported plot to assassinate President Carter, originally dismissed as a tale spun by an intoxicated man.

Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation said today that they had found support for he story told by Raymond Lee Harvey, who was arrested by the Secret Service when he was found carrying a starter pistol near the President.

Mr. Harvey, 35 years old, contended that he was supposed to have fired the harmless starter pistol into the ground at an appearance by Mr. Carter in Los Angeles last weekend, creating a “diversion” for the real assassins to shoot the President.

After his arrest about 50 feet from where Mr. Carter was speaking Saturday, Mr. Harvey told Secret Service agents that he was part of a four‐man plot to kill Mr. Carter.

Arrest Despite Disbelief

Another man, identified as Osvaldo Espinoza‐Ortiz, 21, was also taken into custody, but agents initially dismissed the tale and turned both over to the police.”

Mr. Espinoza‐Ortiz also agreed with Mr. Harvey that they knew two Mexicans at the hotel who had rifles. Mr. Harvey told agents that he had been told of the plot by the three others in a room at the hotel and that he understood they would fire the fatal shots when he created the distraction with the starter pistol, which could fire only blanks.

Two Mexicans did live at the hotel, and one of them frequently associated with Mr. Espinoza‐Ortiz, the F.B.I. said. They checked out the day of Mr. Carter’s visit. One of them gave his name as Umberto Camacho, agents said.”

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Now, fast forward to the Spanish newspaper El Pias which reported on a raid that occured on the North Korean Embassy in Spain, in which the CIA appears to have been involved. In this event, a paramilitary team broke into the embassy, hooded, beat and interrogated the staff. They left with computer information, and were clearly linked to the CIA. The report is expertly broken down by the blog “Moon Of Alabama” here:

Judge Identifies CIA Related Man Who Led The Raid On North Korea’s Embassy In Spain

https://www.moonofalabama.org/2019/03/judge-identifies-cia-related-man-who-led-the-raid-on-north-koreas-embassy-in-spain-.html#more

(Excerpt)

“De la Mata identified citizens of Mexico, the United States and South Korea as the main suspects being investigated on charges that include of causing injuries, making threats and burglary. He named Adrian Hong Chang, a Mexican citizen living in the United States, as the break-in’s leader.
Hong Chang flew to the U.S. on Feb. 23, got in touch with the FBI and offered to share material and videos with federal investigators, according to the court report.

While in Madrid, Hong Chang also applied for a new passport at the Mexican Embassy, the investigation found, and used the name “Oswaldo Trump” to register in the Uber ride-hailing app.”

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Did you get that?
“Oswaldo Trump”.

These things don’t happen by accident. Much like the “coincidence” of assassins John Hinckley and Mark David Chapman both reading “Catcher In The Rye”, the name “Oswaldo” keeps popping up in intelligence operations.
Apparently there is a sense of humor along with continuity in these dark intelligence operations.

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