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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Why did Oswald go to the movies?
« Last post by Howard Gee on Today at 11:58:15 AM »
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So now you're reverting to the WC on the balcony thing....LOL

Your cunning shoe salesman told Griggs how they circumvented that problem, remember?

Did Brewer tell the truth to the WC or to Griggs?

Imagine how 'cunning' Brewer would have to be if his story regarding trailing Saint Patsy to the TT and telling Postal to call the cops wasn't true.

How do the ConspiraClowns explain Brewer knowing Saint Patsy was in the theater ?

Brewer would have to be more than cunning, he'd have to be clairvoyant !

Brewer Hero.  ConspiraClowns Zero.
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Why did Oswald go to the movies?
« Last post by Bill Chapman on Today at 11:50:51 AM »
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So now you're reverting to the WC on the balcony thing....LOL

Your cunning shoe salesman told Griggs how they circumvented that problem, remember?

Did Brewer tell the truth to the WC or to Griggs?

Both it seems.

If I remember the Griggs thing correctly, Brewer said he went up with Burroughs a second time and did the screen-as-backlight thing and saw no heads. Ask Brewer why he didn't mention that in testimony. Was he asked for more details regarding the upstairs?
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Why did Oswald go to the movies?
« Last post by Bill Chapman on Today at 11:29:31 AM »
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You are ignoring that Brewer said:
"About six or seven people were seated on the theatre's main floor and an equal number in the balcony."

Brewer didn't say that in testimony
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What you cant discount was that both men were hit by separate bullets fired by two gunmen located above and behind the President.


Where did the 2 separate bullets that struck both men go ?

You do realize that if you are claiming that CE399 didn't wound either man, then you are proposing two magical disappearing bullets, right ?
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Why did Oswald go to the movies?
« Last post by Tom Sorensen on Today at 11:11:31 AM »
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Brewer said he and Burroughs could not see anyone upstairs, as it was too dark.

So now you're reverting to the WC on the balcony thing....LOL

Your cunning shoe salesman told Griggs how they circumvented that problem, remember?

Did Brewer tell the truth to the WC or to Griggs?
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The bullet couldn't have been tumbling as it left JFK's throat, as the hole was too small and round.
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Why did Oswald go to the movies?
« Last post by Tom Sorensen on Today at 11:04:33 AM »
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You mean the stub the USPS keeps for its records, not the receipt part. Exactly why would that particular stub be important? And how would that stub invalidate Oswald's signature?

Exactly why would that particular stub be important?

Read back, I already highlighted that part for you.

And how would that stub invalidate Oswald's signature?


Since we don't have theat stub we can't know can we?

Btw, have you ever heard of fake signatures?
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you insignificant Troll.

You were looking in the mirror when you wrote that, right?


Where did CE399 come from?

That's what I am trying to find out.

So again, why do you assume that the bullet now in evidence as CE399 was ever at Parkland Hospital to begin with?


So you can't show that CE 399 was actually found at PH. Got it.

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That wasn't the debate,

Of course that is the debate, or at least part of it. You just don't want to deal with it.

can you prove CE399 was planted or not?

Let's establish first that the bullet now in evidence as CE399 was actually ever at Parkland Hospital to begin with, shall we?

Can you prove that?

Bump
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Why did Oswald go to the movies?
« Last post by Bill Chapman on Today at 10:52:58 AM »
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Brewer said the balcony was empty, therefore his estimated 15-20 were all downstairs. His estimate included the empty balcony.

So....the Commission was lying, again:

"About six or seven people were seated on the theatre's main floor and an equal number in the balcony."

Not that you're desperate for attention, Tom. To a 24/7/365/CTerGetALife, I suppose having more pressing matters to attend to away from this forum is considered 'fading' by you lot...

Considering your resent posting history I doubt you have much else to do.

Brewer said he and Burroughs could not see anyone upstairs, as it was too dark.

I'm only posting 4 times per day.
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Mystery guest #2, said the Divine Miss M
She also had one of the greatest lines of all when she said she was there to look at faces, not clothes.

Mr. BALL. Did you recognize anyone in the lineup?
Mrs. MARKHAM. No, sir.
Mr. BALL. You did not? Did you see anybody--I have asked you that question before did you recognize anybody from their face?
Mrs. MARKHAM. From their face, no.


So she was there to look at faces which she couldn't recognise?
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