Oswald did not go to Mexico City. He said he didn't go there, and he had no reason whatsoever to lie about it because it is impossible to claim that in Mexico City he was doing anything pertaining to the killing of JFK. Supposedly, according to the official story, he didn't get the idea to kill Kennedy until he was working at the TSBD and saw that the motorcade was going to pass in front of the building. Supposedly, that was just two or three days before the murder. Therefore, there is NO CHANCE that 7 weeks before, it was on his mind. It wasn't a crime for Oswald to go to Mexico City, and no one was accusing him of committing any crimes in Mexico City. Therefore, he had no reason to lie about it.
Police and FBI were accusing him of killing the President of the United States and a police officer, which he denied. And he wanted them to believe him. So, why would he lie to them about something as innocuous as going to Mexico City? And why would he expect to get away with such a lie if he went there?
If you were accused of a double murder, which you didn't commit, and police asked you if you made a trip to Las Vegas two months before, and you knew you did, would you lie about it? It's the same thing.
Oswald had absolutely no reason to lie about it, and it's worse than that. He would have had to be insane to lie about such a harmless thing.
If Oswald went to Mexico City, they surely and absolutely, they would have captured a photo of him there. The CIA claimed to be tracking him the whole time, so how could they not get a photo? Furthermore, there were impostor photos captured at the Russian and Cuban embassies. Further-erther-more, if Oswald had gone to those embassies, then his image would have been captured by the cameras in addition to the impostor images. There is simply no excuse for not having an image of him.
Mark Lane says that Oswald did not go to Mexico City. John Armstrong says that Oswald did not go to Mexico City. And there is no reason for anybody to dispute the fact that Oswald did not go to Mexico City.
Oswald did not go to Mexico City.