To the right of Attila the Hun.
Recruited students to infiltrate
radical organizations on campus.

Headed the Anti-Communist League
of the Caribbean.

All out of this office.
I want to show you something.
Take a look here.
544 Camp Street.
531 Lafayette Street.
Same building, right?
Different addresses, different entrances,
both going to the same place...

...to the office upstairs.
Guess who used it?
Lee Harvey Oswald.
How do we know that?
This address was stamped on...
...pro-Castro leaflets he handed out
in the summer of '63 on Canal Street.

The same leaflets they found
in his garage in Dallas.

After the arrest, 544 Camp St.
never appeared on the pamphlets again.

He was arrested for fighting
with anti-Castro Cubans.

But he'd contacted them already...
...as an ex-Marine trying
to join their anti-Castro crusade.

When they heard he was now pro-Castro,
they paid him a visit.

Whas this Fidel shit?
You lied to me!
Liar! Son of a bitch!
Do not take this Communist propaganda!
If you want to hit me, hit me.
You pinko shit!
Go back to Moscow!
There was no real fight.
The arresting Lieutenant later said
he felt it was a staged incident.

In jail, Oswald has a private session...
...with Special Agent John Quigley
of the FBI.

Oswald is released.
And Quigley destroys his notes
from the interview.

The arrest gets Oswald a lot of publicity.
And he appears on a local TV debate.
You are a Communist, are you not?