That's technically true, but it's extremely unlikely; there is no evidence for it; and it certainly isn't the default position. In other words, it's not what a rational person would assume based on what we know.
If Oswald was part of the conspiracy, and say, he realized later that they framed him, that they were pinning it on him, why would he protect them? Wouldn't he at that point come clean? Spill his guts?
But, Oswald didn't know anything. That's what he said. I don't know what this whole thing about it.
"Nobody has told what this situation is about. I know I am accused of murdering a policeman. I know nothing more than that."
Now, think about it: if Oswald had been telling them about conspirators and a plot to kill Kennedy, would they have put him in front of world microphones to tell it to the world? They were obviously confident that he was going to tell the world the same thing he told them, that he knew nothing.
So, why, on that basis, would you assume that he knew everything but was protecting the people who were trying to frame him?
That's why this is the rant of an idiot who is also a blood-soaked killer for the State, literally:
Why does he say that Oswald WAS, according to the OIC, a part of the conspiracy? Here is our Mission statement:
We, the members of the Oswald Innocence Campaign, maintain that at the time of President Kennedy's assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald was standing in the doorway of the Texas School Book Depository, where he was photographed by James "Ike" Altgens, which is clearly evident upon close examination of the photograph. This discovery categorically exonerates Oswald from having shot the President. We call upon the media to renounce the official story that impugns him--including the "Magic Bullet" theory, which is a conspiratorial fabrication--and we demand that the American government cease obstructing justice by promoting a gross falsehood, based on lies, which has allowed the true killers to remain free, unindicted, and unpunished.
The position of the Oswald Innocence Campaign is that Oswald was innocent, that he had no knowledge of the assassination plot, that he was kept completely in the dark by those who framed him.
Whether he had any inklings or not I can't say, but he had no concrete knowledge of the plot. He didn't even know that the President's motorcade would be passing the TSBD that afternoon. He saw people gathering on the sidewalk out front, and he did not know why. He asked James Jarmon, and Jarmon told him. So obviously, Oswald did not know about the plot.