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If (note the word "if" Walt) Oswald is a fugitive on the run, deeply involved in the assassination of the President of the United States, how is it "an utterly ridiculous idea" that he would have the taxi drive past where he lived in order to check out if someone was there waiting for him?

In another post you use the phrase "innocent patsy" when referring to Oswald, what do you mean by this?
I note that a lot of forum members believe Oswald was just an innocent bystander framed by those responsible for the assassination. Is that how you view the situation?

how is it "an utterly ridiculous idea" that he would have the taxi drive past where he lived in order to check out if someone was there waiting for him?

Thanks for asking the question that I'm sure others would ask.....

Perhaps you yourself, can answer that question ......  How much time had passed between the murder of JFK and the alleged Whaley Taxi ride?  Twenty minutes?.....   Did any law enforcement have ESP?....   The investigators hadn't yet found the so called "Sniper's Nest" and Lee wasn't even known to be missing from the Building at that point.  If Lee had been guilty he would have known that nobody could possibly have suspected him just twenty minutes after the murder.  So reconnoitering the rooming house would have been utterly without cause and the extended trip would have wasted valuable escape time.
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The rifle got into the building somehow and isn't it sensible that the rifle was in the rifle sized bag? DUH!
But I guess as usual you haven't got a clue!

Here's a photo of Oswald's rifle bag sitting on top of the boxes surrounding Oswald's sniper's nest. How about that!





JohnM

 

The rifle got into the building somehow...

Wow!...That's a brilliant observation , Mr M......  How long did you study before you arrived at that brilliant conclusion?

isn't it sensible that the rifle was in the rifle sized bag?

Aw, Johnny,...... Now you've spoiled  the brilliance that you displayed....  because.  It's not sensible to believe that a rifle that was too long to fit in that bag was actually hidden in that bag.....and what makes the idea even less sensible...is the fact that experts examined that bag and reported that there was NOT an iota of evidence that the rifle had ever been in that bag.
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Perhaps then we can flush the William Whaley BS down the sewer......   And all of the little imaginary stories to incriminate Lee Oswald will be gone...   Stories like .....  Lee had Whaley drive past the rooming house so he could reconnoiter the area before he approached the house.    That is an utterly ridiculous idea, but the LNer's  actually believe it.

'That is an utterly ridiculous idea'
_ then it must be one of yours
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Perhaps then we can flush the William Whaley BS down the sewer......   And all of the little imaginary stories to incriminate Lee Oswald will be gone...   Stories like .....  Lee had Whaley drive past the rooming house so he could reconnoiter the area before he approached the house.    That is an utterly ridiculous idea, but the LNer's  actually believe it.

If (note the word "if" Walt) Oswald is a fugitive on the run, deeply involved in the assassination of the President of the United States, how is it "an utterly ridiculous idea" that he would have the taxi drive past where he lived in order to check out if someone was there waiting for him?

In another post you use the phrase "innocent patsy" when referring to Oswald, what do you mean by this?
I note that a lot of forum members believe Oswald was just an innocent bystander framed by those responsible for the assassination. Is that how you view the situation?
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Are there those who wish to debate Whaley's tale about transporting Lee Oswald to 500 n. Beckley......   Or....would it be better to  vote on the subject?     Those who believe Whaley's tale vote "aye".....   And those who do not believe the tale vote "nay"   

No vote needed


billchapman
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It appears that refusal to accept a witnesses statement was SOP for the DPD ....    They coerced and badgered Howard Brennan when he told them that the 175 pound man who was dressed in a khaki uniform that he'd seen STANDING and aiming a rifle out of a TSBD window was NOT present in the line up in which they had placed Lee Oswald among three other men that looked nothing like the man that Brennan had said that he was sure that he would be able to identify if he ever saw him again.

And BWF...They badgered, intimidated, and threatened, the young Frazier until he would have said anything they wanted him to say....

Any intimidation was driven (pun intended) by the fact that Buell hauled the perp to the killing field
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'Is it Jammed between boxes of books or is it lying on the floor?'
> Both





Ha,ha, ha, Hee.hee, hee.....  ROTFLMAO!.....   :D   Thanks for posting the fake in situ photo that the DPD created ...

BTW.....Can you see the leather sling in the official DPD in situ photo?

You've very "cleverly" provided an opportunity for viewers to compare  the fake in situ photo with the genuine scene....
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Then what?

Perhaps then we can flush the William Whaley BS down the sewer......   And all of the little imaginary stories to incriminate Lee Oswald will be gone...   Stories like .....  Lee had Whaley drive past the rooming house so he could reconnoiter the area before he approached the house.    That is an utterly ridiculous idea, but the LNer's  actually believe it.

 
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'Is it Jammed between boxes of books or is it lying on the floor?'
> Both

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Those who believe Whaley's tale vote "aye".....   And those who do not believe the tale vote "nay"   

Then what? 
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