Because there is no biography as such about the life and times of James Dudley Wilmeth, and because the people studying the assassination of John F. Kennedy and Lee Harvey Oswald decided to treat the involvement of Colonel Wilmeth as a nuisance, more than anything of value to consider, his life story has been swept aside. Even the commentary on his grave web site makes no sense.
Someone wrote that in 1963, Wilmeth wanted to take Russian lessons from Marina Oswarld, notwithstanding the fact that the year before Wilmeth met Marina Oswald, he had just received his Masters degree in the Russian language, or that back in 1943-4 Wilmenth was stationed in Moscow for two years. Being the capital of Russia, which at the time was part of the USSR, and being that he was attached to the U.S. Embassy in a diplomatic sense, the idea that just because Marina Oswald had grown-up speaking Russian did not offer anything of value to a scholar of the language. Wilmeth was a scholar.
The story of Lee Harvey Oswald's journey from New Orleans to Le Havre to London and then, somehow to Finland and on to the USSR, makes no sense. Neither does his stay in Minsk after, which he made his way back to the USA, with no questions asked. But add to that nonsense the convoluted phone call and appointment by Wilmeth to see Marina Oswald just days away before the murder of Kennedy, which was quickly followed by the murder of Oswald, and this story gets sillier by the moment and more insulting to be asked to believe this nonsense.
Then there is another thread that we are following by tracing the activities of Gordon McLendon and his interests in a radio ship project called 'Radio Nord', and the absurdity of this tale goes off the scale, no matter who tries to dress it up. The story of McLendon and'Radio Nord' is also part of the Oswald-Wilmeth tale. It connects with the same geography, time zone and people.
It's as if official sources do not want to examine the life of Wilmeth, anymore than they want to reexamine the 1959 bizarre trip made by Lee Harvey Oswald to England. But when events are examined from 1959 onwards, the assassination of John F. Kennedy seems to have 'Secret Service' stamped all over it, especially since Wilmeth was a member of that secretive organization. Therefore our own revision is taking a little longer than at first expected while we search for more details.