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 on: Today at 12:45:50 PM 
Started by Mick O'brien - Last post by Mick O'brien
This sums up the redneck hillbilly W.A.S.P types of the K.K.K. and Greers people, who helped kill .J.F.K. M..L.K and R.F.K they are all the same.

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 on: Today at 11:27:38 AM 
Started by Kev Grey - Last post by Martin Weidmann
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Interesting speculation "Marty". It's possible, but not as likely as Oswald lying about needing curtain rods for a rented room.


Why is Oswald lying more likely, "Ross"?

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 on: Today at 10:38:17 AM 
Started by Neil Hamilton - Last post by Michael Capasse
Houston Post / Nov. 24, 1963
Rifle was Stored in The Garage at Irving
by Jim Criswell

excerpt..
[Ruth] Paine said: If he killed the President that was a fanatical act... But before that I would not have called him a fanatic. But if it was a rational act I would have thought he would've shot at Gen. Edwin A Walker or something like that."


Go Ruthie...you'll get there yet

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 on: Today at 08:51:59 AM 
Started by Kev Grey - Last post by Ross Lidell
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This curtain rods thing has always bothered me. It somehow never rang true, simply because - as Ross pointed out - Oswald was living in a rented room.

The focus has always been on Oswald allegedly telling Frazier this story, but what if (and this is of course pure speculation on my part) that never happened and Frazier invented it to get out of a lot of potential trouble?

Now before dismissing it, just follow this line of thinking through.

At the latest when he was detained at the hospital, but likely earlier than that (IMO), Frazier must have been acutely aware that Oswald had been arrested and that he had seen him carry a package of about the size of an arm lenght to work that morning. If he instantly assumed Oswald was arrested and thus guilty, the thought could very well have crossed Frazier's mind that this package could have contained the weapon that killed Kennedy. Obviously at that time - mid Friday afternoon - it wasn't known what size the rifle was that was found on the 6th floor, so in Frazier's mind he could well have believed (rightly or wrongly) that he transported the killer and his weapon to the scene of the crime. How's that for complicity?

So, could it be Frazier panicked and looked for a way to reduce his part in the drama (without actually thinking it through) by simply saying on the one hand that he didn't pay much attention to the package and on the other hand concocting the curtain rods story to make the entire paper bag thing benign to him?

Interesting speculation "Marty". It's possible, but not as likely as Oswald lying about needing curtain rods for a rented room.

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 on: Today at 06:32:16 AM 
Started by Kev Grey - Last post by Anthony Clayden
Fact:
We know that LHO was travelling to attempt to reconcile with his wife.
Speculation:
LHO was probably not likely to admit that reconciliation with his wife was the reason for the trip to a co-worker.
So he made up a story to explain his visit.
In the morning he got some food and put it in an oversized bag that he had found.
He made comment about the bag being curtain rods to keep his story for trip going.



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 on: Today at 05:25:40 AM 
Started by John Woods - Last post by Denis Morissette
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I find this very interesting.  Unfortunately, this is the first time that I've heard about Congressman Gonzales' photos.  Have there been any updates?

See #12 on my list:

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 on: Today at 04:40:14 AM 
Started by Kev Grey - Last post by Martin Weidmann
This curtain rods thing has always bothered me. It somehow never rang true, simply because - as Ross pointed out - Oswald was living in a rented room.

The focus has always been on Oswald allegedly telling Frazier this story, but what if (and this is of course pure speculation on my part) that never happened and Frazier invented it to get out of a lot of potential trouble?

Now before dismissing it, just follow this line of thinking through.

At the latest when he was detained at the hospital, but likely earlier than that (IMO), Frazier must have been acutely aware that Oswald had been arrested and that he had seen him carry a package of about the size of an arm lenght to work that morning. If he instantly assumed Oswald was arrested and thus guilty, the thought could very well have crossed Frazier's mind that this package could have contained the weapon that killed Kennedy. Obviously at that time - mid Friday afternoon - it wasn't known what size the rifle was that was found on the 6th floor, so in Frazier's mind he could well have believed (rightly or wrongly) that he transported the killer and his weapon to the scene of the crime. How's that for complicity?

So, could it be Frazier panicked and looked for a way to reduce his part in the drama (without actually thinking it through) by simply saying on the one hand that he didn't pay much attention to the package and on the other hand concocting the curtain rods story to make the entire paper bag thing benign to him?

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 on: Today at 03:25:37 AM 
Started by Rob Caprio - Last post by Rob Caprio
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Deference to a particular team jersey is a poor substitute for embracing and defending obvious, verifiable fact and following it wherever it leads.

This is dishonest by you, but no surprise. You took my comment from *another thread* and applied it to a thread that was based on a QUESTION! You don't like my question so you attack me for asking it. Prove it to be incorrect. I said that quite some time ago, but you haven't. You have simply claimed it was incorrect. You do this all the time.

Then of course you employ bully tactics to cover the fact you haven't provided anything of relevance.

I use the evidence. You use mumbo-jumbo that goes nowhere as planned.

I said this question was out of curiosity and nothing more. I further said that I was not relying on this issue to say that there was a conspiracy in the murder of JFK, but you keep posting in this thread without answering my question with supporting evidence that proves what you are claiming.

Your sole goal is to try and make me look bad for simply asking a question. Typical WC eroder stuff. It also seems to be tied to Paul May and that is what is really interesting.

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 on: Today at 03:11:33 AM 
Started by Rob Caprio - Last post by Rob Caprio
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Could you show from the evidence where McDonald said he had his gun drawn?

Mr. BREWER - I heard a noise outside, and I opened the door, and the alley, I guess it was filled with police cars and policemen were on the fire exits and stacked around the alley, and they grabbed me, a couple of them and held and searched me and asked me what I was doing there, and I told them that there was a guy in the theatre that I was suspicious of, and he asked me if he was still there.
And I said, yes, I just seen him. And he asked me if I would point him out.
And I and two or three other officers walked out on the stage and I pointed him out, and there were officers coming in from the front of the show, I guess, coming toward that way, and officers going from the back.


Read the OP. We have been over this numerous times. Either show McDonald lied in his first-person account, and the DMN and AP never retracted this lie, or move on to something else.

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 on: Today at 03:06:21 AM 
Started by Steve Logan - Last post by Rob Caprio
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Still haven't seen a legit response on how Oswald's rights were violated during his arrest at the Texas Theater.





You have been told how his rights were violated. As a former police detective you should already know this. I thought police members swore to uphold our Constitution and Bill of Rights ? I guess not.

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