In this conversation, Gerry Hemming reports that Oswald had not originally intended to return to the United States when he was leaving the Soviet Union with his family. Rather, he was to travel from Russia to Cuba via Prague. However, someone changed that—perhaps Marina’s uncle—so that he would not go to Cuba.
Hemming speculates that Oswald may have witnessed the Soviet missile build-up first hand had he been allowed to go to Cuba.
If Oswald had been on an assignment to observe goings-on in Cuba, that would explain why he had no difficulty returning to the United States even though he had defected in dramatic fashion.Free of charge SEOpressor a wordpress plugin gallery for you.