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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Bob Dylan - Murder Most Foul
« Last post by Jerry Freeman on Today at 12:52:31 AM »
Quote from: Richard Smith on Today at 11:33:53 AM   
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This song is such a rambling piece of nonsense it is impossible to determine whether he is a conspiracy kook.
Not nearly as rambling and nonsensical as what you post here.

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What is the truth, and where did it go?
Ask Hoover and Johnson, they oughta know
      "Shut your mouth, " said the wise old owl
Business is business, and it's a murder most foul
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a rambling piece of nonsense?
Now it makes a lot more sense...I fixed it for ya' huh?
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: In Search of the Childhood Lee
« Last post by Jerry Freeman on Today at 12:37:12 AM »
Oswald turned 16 years old in October, 1955. Jerry, I don't observe you presenting much of anything in this thread, since your OP. At first I anticipated you had an argument to make. You seem distracted, possibly because your OP is misleading. As I posted earlier, Oswald was precisely one year from military enlistment. For the most part, the images displayed in the OP do not reflect what Mildred Sawyer's earliest statements describe.
What does Richard Nagel have to do with Oswald's childhood?
When did Oswald ever have blonde hair?
There is a baby picture where it is colored I believe.
Found it...


Regarding the mentioned time period...
... in the spring of 1955 the Oswalds moved to a new apartment at 126 Exchange Place in the French Quarter.271 Although Lee gave the Exchange Place address on a school form at the end of the ninth grade,272 the school authorities had apparently not been advised of these moves earlier, because Mrs. Oswald did not want Lee to be transferred from Beauregard, which she considered a good school.273 During the summer of 1955, Robert left the Marine Corps and spent a week with his mother and Lee in New Orleans before moving to Fort Worth; he found Lee unchanged.274

That fall, Lee entered the 10th grade at Warren Easton High School.275 He had been there for about a month when he presented to the school authorities a note written by himself to which he had signed his mother's name. It was dated October 7, 1955, and read:

   
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To whom it may concern,

    Becaus we are moving to San Diego in the middle of this month Lee must quit school now. Also, please send by him any papers such as his birth certificate that you may have. Thank you.   
Sincirely     Mrs. M. Oswald

Why would the school have Lee's birth certificate?
"Mrs M. Oswald"? ---Why sign his mother's name like that?
How would the principal [or whoever] accept that note and not suspect it was written by the student? "Sincirely"? "Becaus"?
But most puzzling of all....Why would this note still be in anyone's possession after nearly 8 years?

And guys...don't hijack the thread with unrelated stuff.

 
Someone has to point out the absurdity of your forthcoming claims.
Someone claims to read my mind via internet..what a laugh :-\
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Don't get bit.....
« Last post by Dale Nason on April 05, 2020, 11:32:41 PM »
I'm very much a conservative. But I KNOW WHAT DALLAS like in 1963. Now way that a young black man in Dallas was going to tell the truth if it put him in danger. NO WAY
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Don't get bit.....
« Last post by Dale Nason on April 05, 2020, 11:24:55 PM »
He never heard anything. As a NEGRO.....he was told what to hear. Welcome to Dallas. 1963.
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Bob Dylan - Murder Most Foul
« Last post by Bill Chapman on April 05, 2020, 11:05:10 PM »
He faked being a hippie folk singer.  He later admitted he couldn't stand those folks.  He is at least candid about that fifty years after he cashed out on those knuckleheads.  This song is such a rambling piece of nonsense it is impossible to determine whether he is a conspiracy kook. 


What is the truth, and where did it go?
Ask Oswald and Ruby, they oughta know

The answer is blowin' in the (Dealy Plaza 11.22.63 12:30-ish) wind

And although I find the lyrics most foul in Murder Most Foul,
Dylan's Hurricane is a veritable tour-de-force

'Hurricane' Bob Dylan
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Did Oswald Go To Mexico City?
« Last post by Walt Cakebread on April 05, 2020, 11:01:40 PM »
Yes, he said he had two rifles — a Remington, single-shot, .22 rifle, and a .30-06 sporterized Mauser — not 3 rifles.

Incidentally....MAUSER. What a coinkydink.

Yes, I agree this is suspicious .....  I'm compelled to speculate that Mr Caster's mauser may have been the rifle that was presented to Weitzman when he was being interviewed by FBI agent A1bert Sawyer late Friday afternoon......
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Shells, rifle, SN... Who?
« Last post by Walt Cakebread on April 05, 2020, 10:55:35 PM »
Well, that’s the story you made up. That’s not what Weitzman said in his affidavit.

No I didn't make up the testimony of Weitzman telling Ball that he went to the DPD later that afternoon for an interview.

Post the affidavit..... 
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: In Search of the Childhood Lee
« Last post by Walt Cakebread on April 05, 2020, 10:51:39 PM »
Kinda like when a cop tries to grope your waist and you take a swing at him in self defense and he says “hey, did you all see that? He punched me in the nose and tried to shoot me!”

It's clear to me that Mc Donald had intention of provoking Lee Oswald.....  But he never got the opportunity to shoot Lee because other cops were there and prevented the murder.
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: Shells, rifle, SN... Who?
« Last post by John Iacoletti on April 05, 2020, 10:47:53 PM »
NO, he did NOT..... Weitzman was called back to examine a rifle later that afternoon for Detective CW Brown, and FBI agent A1bert Sawyers. and THAT's the rifle he described for Sawyers.  ORIGINALLY ( at the time Day picked the rifle up from the floor ) he simply said that the rifle looked like a 7.65 mauser.  He never DESCRIBED any details at that time. 

Well, that’s the story you made up. That’s not what Weitzman said in his affidavit.
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General Discussion & Debate / Re: In Search of the Childhood Lee
« Last post by John Iacoletti on April 05, 2020, 10:42:01 PM »
As usual, any vilification of Oswald stood paramount.   

That's right.....And who do you think twisted this minor disagreement into a major incident?   

Marguerite said the incident was not a threat with a knife at all..... Lee had received a new pocket knife and he had it his hand admiring it as a boy will do, when her daughter in law started hassling Lee about some program that Lee was watching on TV, and in responding to Pic's wife he waved the knife around .....

Kinda like when a cop tries to grope your waist and you take a swing at him in self defense and he says “hey, did you all see that? He punched me in the nose and tried to shoot me!”
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