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Offline Bill Chapman

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #60 on: August 29, 2018, 05:41:41 AM »
You suggested that he would call ahead, therefore, you have to support this otherwise your suggestion is worthless.

Then we are back to the original question of -- why did LHO have EAW's telephone number in his notebook?

Again, where did I suggest that Oswald would call ahead.
Common sense supports my suggestion

Just call, and hang up as soon as Walker answers
Bingo! He's home!

Duh

Offline Richard Smith

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #61 on: August 29, 2018, 07:14:56 PM »
And every historical event mentioned in this forum ...awesome idea!
I have not seen the Dale Myers video game.

Some of John I's potential research.  I have to admit in watching this it reminded me of Caprio's claim that the motorcade should have been going 44 MPH or some similar nonsense:


Offline Rob Caprio

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #62 on: August 29, 2018, 08:20:16 PM »
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Where did I say Oswald should actually talk to him? Just wait for Walker to pick up, then just hang up.

Duh.

EAW had aides. How do you know that he would answer the phone himself?

Offline Rob Caprio

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #63 on: August 29, 2018, 08:23:52 PM »
Again, where did I suggest that Oswald would call ahead.
Common sense supports my suggestion

Just call, and hang up as soon as Walker answers
Bingo! He's home!

Duh

You are contradicting yourself in this post. "Duh" indeed. You have no way of showing that LHO ever did call EAW so it is a naked assertion. Furthermore, depending on when and where LHO would have allegedly called from EAW could have left by the time LHO got to his home.

No, this is not a good reason for LHO to have EAW's telephone number in his notebook.

Offline Rob Caprio

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #64 on: August 29, 2018, 08:26:55 PM »
Some of John I's potential research.  I have to admit in watching this it reminded me of Caprio's claim that the motorcade should have been going 44 MPH or some similar nonsense:


Nonsense? You have me confused with your convoluted posts. The speed of 44 m.p.h. was normal for a motorcade of this type to enhance safety.

Offline John Iacoletti

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #65 on: August 29, 2018, 09:07:26 PM »
You have no idea how the Walker photo wound up in the Paine residence ?

I do.

It was taken by Saint Patsy.

Now, why would your client be photographing the Walker residence ?

There must have been a reason.

Sorry, I must have missed the part where you demonstrated that Oswald took that photo.

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Out of all the homes in Dallas, by some miraculous coincidence a photo of the Walker residence is found in the Paine residence where your hero stores things (like his rifle, C2766).

Sorry, I must have missed the part where you demonstrated that Oswald stored C2766 at the Paine residence.

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Kinda puts a huge dent in the Saint Patsy was framed for the Walker shooting narrative, doesn't it ?

Not in the slightest.

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So of course you conveniently have 'no idea' how the photo came to be in the Paine residence because you desperately want to continue the absurd charade that the photo might have been planted in a frame up.

One of us makes up ideas that he can't demonstrate are actually true, and the other one of us says that in the absence of evidence, "I don't know" is the most rational answer.

Hey, I can ask irrelevant, unanswerable questions too, and pretend like it means something!

Who do you suppose ripped out the license plate in the photo of Walker's house that you think wound up at the Paine residence?  And why?

Who do you suppose the two men who sped away from the Walker scene in a 1950 Ford were?

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Remarkably similar to you having 'no idea' what rifle Saint Patsy is holding in the backyard photos.

Remarkably similar to you saying that it must be C2766 in the backyard photos, because......well because I'm bald I guess.

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I think you have a good idea how the Walker photo wound up in the Paine residence.

How do you know the Walker photo wound up in the Paine residence?  How do you know it was Oswald's?

Offline John Iacoletti

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #66 on: August 29, 2018, 09:09:21 PM »
Some of John I's potential research.  I have to admit in watching this it reminded me of Caprio's claim that the motorcade should have been going 44 MPH or some similar nonsense:

How is that my research?  Do you think I made that video?

Or is this yet another "Richard Smith" lie?

Offline Richard Smith

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #67 on: August 29, 2018, 11:57:50 PM »
Nonsense? You have me confused with your convoluted posts. The speed of 44 m.p.h. was normal for a motorcade of this type to enhance safety.

Doesn't that scientific research tool cited by John I. convince you of the dangers of driving too fast?  Put it to the test.  Go to Dallas and take the corner of Houston and Elm at 44 mph.  Note that this video is clearly satirical.  John has previously cited this video game as a useful source for studying the assassination.  John and Caprio lacking any sense of humor whatsoever don't get it.   Cool, "bro"? 
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Offline Rob Caprio

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #68 on: August 30, 2018, 01:46:52 AM »
Doesn't that scientific research tool cited by John I. convince you of the dangers of driving too fast?  Put it to the test.  Go to Dallas and take the corner of Houston and Elm at 44 mph.  Note that this video is clearly satirical.  John has previously cited this video game as a useful source for studying the assassination.  John and Caprio lacking any sense of humor whatsoever don't get it.   Cool, "bro"?

LOL! You think that 44 m.p.h. is "too fast?" LOL!

Then he mentions one of the two turns that should NOT have been permitted in the first place! LOL! The motorcade could have, and should have, come straight down Elm Street to avoid the need for any turns. IF Main Street was needed then the motorcade could have stayed on it and connected to the Stemmons Freeway past the Triple Underpass.

Cool story bro, but as usual you are totally clueless about the evidence.

Offline Jon Banks

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #69 on: August 30, 2018, 01:53:51 AM »
Please keep insisting that the photo of the Walker home might have been planted and please keep insisting that the rifle in the BY photos might not be C2766 - and we'll keep laughing at your inability to rationally examine the evidence and come to any logical conclusions.

One of these years, you might have a better answer to 'how did the Walker photo wind up in the Paine residence ?' and 'what rifle is Saint Patsy holding in the BY photos ?' than 'I HAVE NO IDEA'.

Almost as amusing as Caprio having no idea why a limo slows when making a sharp turn or what year Benavides died.
 
And while your baldness has nothing to do with the assassination, I'm gonna keep laughing at that too.

No idea. No hair.

The photos of Walker's home doesn't prove Oswald shot at Walker.

At best, it suggests he was interested in Walker which is corroborated by other evidence.

I have little problem with the idea that LHO should've been a Suspect in the Walker shooting but the totality of the evidence falls short of us being able to say he likely did it...

 

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