After days of interrogation and subtle threats of deportation, Marina was ready to say anything she thought they wanted to hear. What they wanted to hear most was for her to identify the alleged assassination weapon as belonging to her husband. The problem here is that she told the Warren Commission that "when I first saw the rifle here in the United States, I didn't pay much attention to it because I thought this was the rifle he had brought from Russia. " The fact is that Oswald owned a shotgun in Minsk, not a rifle, as a shotgun was all you could own there legally. Additionally, one of the few things Marina has been consistent on is that she didn't know the difference between a rifle and a shotgun. In short, how could she possibly identify the M-C carbine as Oswald's shotgun?
This could not be a reference to any other time period except Oct-Nov, 1963 as this was the only time Lee got lifts to work. It is therefore talking about the Paine residence - where officially, he only stayed on weekends, getting lifts to on Friday after work and from on Monday morning. This paragraph however, reads like he was actually saying at that house full-time, not part-time. For one thing, she is not distinguishing the modes of transport by saying "he got a lift to work after he stayed here on weekends but caught a bus during the week from his boarding house."
This is nothing but a subtle threat t deport her unless she plays ball.
"On her own accord" is BS. The SS realized that she had more or less indicated that Lee was living with her at the Paines... this was extracted as the remedy, with the bonus statement that Lee had told her he come early because he had "something important to do." That must have been watching TV because that is about all he did. And note the complete lack of curiosity on the Part of Marina... does she ask Lee what this important thing was? Apparently not. And what if she did ask. What was Lee going to say? "Well, I've come to get my rifle so I can assassinate Kennedy tomorrow." No. And that is why he said no such thing. How the hell could he answer it?
The ever-helpful Mrs. Paine is of course trying to suggest Oswald was in there taking his rifle out of the blanket it was allegedly wrapped in and and re-wrapping it in brown paper for transportation to work the next day. If anyone was in that garage that night doing something, it was Mrs. Paine. That blanket either contained Oswald's shotgun from Minsk, or curtain rods and brackets she had given him to do up a new apartment in which he hoped to relocate his family, Whichever the case, she removed the item/s so that it could be later claimed that the blanket contained the murder weapon.
This was all before it was decided that Oswald had to be placed in Mexico City during this same time period, so at the time, there was no harm in Marina or Ruth Paine telling the truth - indeed, Ruth did confirm the above details. One of the cities mentioned was Houston, and Oswald did try and phone someone on that city around this time. There is also evidence of him looking for work in Houston. http://reopenkennedycase.forumotion.net/t7-the-houston-problem-pt-2