I wrote this for Brian Doyle on Facebook, who is a JFK assassination fantasist, one of many who like to exaggerate Oswald's involvement with U.S. intelligence. Yes, Oswald had some involvement with U.S. intelligence, and he knew some people in U.S. intelligence. However, you can't conclude from that that he was informed about the JFK assassination, that he was part of the plot. Oswald said that he knew nothing about what happened, and he wasn't lying. And it would have made no sense for the plotters to tell him anything about it. There was nothing he had to do for them. He didn't have to open any doors or inspect any weapons. All he had to do was be the patsy, and therefore, he didn't have to know anything. And, he didn't know anything. He didn't even know that JFK's motorcade was going to be passing the TSBD that day. He asked James Jarman why people were gathering on the sidewalk outside that morning. He honestly didn't know. He wasn't putting on an ignorance act.
Just because Oswald had intelligence connections does not mean that he had any knowledge of the JFK assassination plot. This is from Facebook: And I'll add one more thing to it: Why would Oswald keep clamoring for a lawyer if his intention was to lie to him? If Oswald wasn't going to be honest with his interrogators, then you can't assume he was going to be honest with his lawyer. And, if he wasn't going to be honest with his lawyer, then how could his lawyer help him? The very fact that Oswald was clamoring for a lawyer should be taken as evidence that he was being truthful in what he told police. And what he told police is that he knew nothing about the assassination. "I don't know what this is about." He kept saying it, over and over again. He was being truthful.