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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Mr Billy Lovelady
« Last post by Tim Nickerson on Today at 07:48:51 PM »
Unlikely!

I disagree. Certainly not as unlikely as Oswald going unnoticed while standing on the entrance steps with a bunch of people who worked with him.
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Mr Billy Lovelady
« Last post by Alan Ford on Today at 07:23:54 PM »
I believe that the person in red plaid shirt was Roscoe White.
He had a day off on 11/22/63 and I think he was the person seen in front of TSBD.
Soon after he went to DPD to check if he can help somehow and that we see him in Homicide office at 2PM.
Once the Oswald identity was set, two DPD teams were formed, one went to search Oswald rooming house and second team went to Ruth Paine home. Roscoe was picked to help one of this two teams and this is explanation how he got that back yard photo. Most probably he was the first person to find the photos and took one for himself.
There are not many Roscoe White photos available but sure the resemblance between Plaid Shirt person and Roscoe is much higher than with Lovelady.

Hmm, not so sure about that, Mr Jackson. Do we have a photo of Mr White from ca. 1963?
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Lee Oswald The Cop Killer
« Last post by Bill Chapman on Today at 07:21:58 PM »
you tools need proof that he didn't do anything other than walk from the rooming house to the Tippit scene)

Simply explain how it's possible for two women to see Lee Oswald  ( one of whom, Markham, didn't even know Lee Oswald  by sight.) in two different place a mile apart at the same moment in time??   

Just explain how Mrs Roberts saw Lee standing at the bus stop outside the rooming house at 1026 N Beckley at 1:04 pm while Mrs Markham saw officer Tippit driving slowly east on 10th street while tailing a young man who as walking east on 10th street at 1:04 pm   ???   Please explain how the young man that Tippit was tailing could have been Lee Oswald???

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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Mr Billy Lovelady
« Last post by Alan Ford on Today at 07:17:39 PM »


Enlistment Record


Thank you, Mr Scully (and Mr Crow)!  Thumb1:

I was obviously unaware of this. Is a scanned original document available anywhere?
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Mr Billy Lovelady
« Last post by Alan Ford on Today at 07:14:31 PM »
What normal adult male remembers what shirt they were wearing on a particular day three months prior?

Mr Billy Nolan Lovelady (according to Mr Billy Nolan Lovelady)!  Thumb1:



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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Mr Billy Lovelady
« Last post by Alan Ford on Today at 07:12:35 PM »
That Gif only shows Lovelady looking at Oswald after he has passed by and is facing the other direction. It's quite possible that Lovelady never recognized the individual as being Oswald.

Unlikely!
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Mr Billy Lovelady
« Last post by Alan Ford on Today at 07:12:10 PM »




Nope, still doesn't look like him...
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No, CE 1952 is NOT a photo copy of a document that was copied prior to Howett signing it.... CE 1952 (date 3 / 24 63 )and the document dated 3 /26/ 63 are two different documents.

The flashing images are a trick.... ignore Mytton's trickery and ....LOOK at the two documents and compare Day's signature and other writing  on the documents....

~Sigh!~

They are exactly the same, Mr Cakebread, apart from the bits boxed in red below...



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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Prayer Woman
« Last post by Alan Ford on Today at 07:05:45 PM »
Also, if you "can't accept the idea that the person is Lee Oswald", just remember, neither did multiple eyewitnesses/co-workers on the landing/stairs at the time, nor did they ever indicate accepting said idea:-\

Mr Oswald certainly indicated accepting such an idea!  Thumb1:



The scamp obviously foresaw the Prayer Man controversy that would erupt a half century later, and decided to mess with our heads for the fun of it!
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Prayer Woman
« Last post by Alan Ford on Today at 06:55:28 PM »
Slender white male, shirt not tucked into pants, sleeves rolled up, with receding dark hair, standing one step down?

Check!  Thumb1:



And here-------------to refresh our tired eyes--------------it is horizontally flipped!



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