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Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #460 on: December 23, 2019, 04:50:48 PM »
What you are basically arguing is that the evidence against Oswald is so overwhelming that he must be innocent.  Criminals do dumb things.  Oswald did apparently destroy some documents relating to the Walker attempt.  Marina explains in her testimony why some were kept.   In terms of the cars, remember the DC sniper case?  The police were asking people to look for a white van.  This in the age of security cameras.  No white van was involved.  Just a mix up by witnesses.  Cars may have been seen driving away and witnesses erroneously connected them to the Walker attempt.  Again, there is no apparent need to "establish Oswald as a homicidal maniac" to link him to the JFK assassination in a conspiracy narrative.  Assassins, mass shooter often have no prior violent history.   The risks of linking Oswald to the Walker shooting far surpassed any gains from a conspiracy perspective.   After his death, with the authorities satisfied of his guilt in the JFK assassination there would have been no need to falsely link him to Walker.

The risks of linking Oswald to the Walker shooting far surpassed any gains from a conspiracy perspective.   After his death, with the authorities satisfied of his guilt in the JFK assassination there would have been no need to falsely link him to Walker.

Are you serious??    The Walker hoax has become integral in the legend of Lee Oswald  The Patsy.     Without the tale of the Walker hoax many folks would be unconvinced that Lee Oswald was the assassin.    The lie that Lee Oswald had tried to kill Walker convinced many skeptics .....   The FACT that Lee merely shot a bullet through Walker's window but DID NOT  try to kill Walker has been  glossed over by liars. 

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #461 on: January 13, 2020, 12:08:39 PM »
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The risks of linking Oswald to the Walker shooting far surpassed any gains from a conspiracy perspective.   After his death, with the authorities satisfied of his guilt in the JFK assassination there would have been no need to falsely link him to Walker.
    But yet they did anyway, in a terribly hop-scotch round about way. On page 404 WR the report states that Oswald must have been "planning the Walker shooting [April 10] 1 or maybe 2 months in advance". However he did not allegedly obtain a rifle to do it with until the previous March 13. It also states that he [again conveniently] left behind a notebook "detailing these plans". I have failed to ever see this 'notebook'!
Again I say---the only way someone could possibly believe the Warren Report is to just simply read it.
https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=946#relPageId=428&tab=page


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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #462 on: January 13, 2020, 03:25:11 PM »
    But yet they did anyway, in a terribly hop-scotch round about way. On page 404 WR the report states that Oswald must have been "planning the Walker shooting [April 10] 1 or maybe 2 months in advance". However he did not allegedly obtain a rifle to do it with until the previous March 13. It also states that he [again conveniently] left behind a notebook "detailing these plans". I have failed to ever see this 'notebook'!
Again I say---the only way someone could possibly believe the Warren Report is to just simply read it.
https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=946#relPageId=428&tab=page

Marina said Oswald showed her the notebook a few days after the attempt on Walker. He must have destroyed the notebook, but retained three photographs which Marina said she had seen in the notebook. Opinions vary on her credibility.

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #463 on: January 13, 2020, 03:49:59 PM »
Marina said Oswald showed her the notebook a few days after the attempt on Walker. He must have destroyed the notebook, but retained three photographs which Marina said she had seen in the notebook. Opinions vary on her credibility.

He did not destroy the notebook....  It was photographed among the evidence at the police station on the evening of 11/22/63.....apparently the photo of the 57 Chevy in Walker's parking area fell out of the notebook and someone simply laid it on top of the note book .   

When Marina visited Lee in Jail on Saturday afternoon, Lee was concerned about that blue note book and told Marina to  keep it safe because there were important documents in it.  Lee didn't know that the police already had possession of the notebook.

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #465 on: January 13, 2020, 06:09:20 PM »
Marina Oswald Porter's Statements of a Contradictory Nature


Yes, the contradictory statements have created a major problem....  But Just as the early denials that their own missile battery shot down PS 752 out of Teheran created problems for the Iranian government....  Marina's contradictory tales have created problems for researchers....   I believe the truth will prevail and rise and be recognized as truth.....

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #466 on: January 16, 2020, 08:06:39 PM »
Marina Oswald Porter's Statements of a Contradictory Nature
In the fantasy fictional yarn called "Marina and Lee" ...Oswald had taken several pictures utilizing various angles of the Walker house.
I believe I read that the proposed reasoning for this ludicrous camera work was--they were to be be kept as souvenirs  :)

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #467 on: January 16, 2020, 08:14:37 PM »
In the fantasy fictional yarn called "Marina and Lee" ...Oswald had taken several pictures utilizing various angles of the Walker house.
I believe I read that the proposed reasoning for this ludicrous camera work was--they were to be be kept as souvenirs  :)

they were to be be kept as souvenirs

Souvenirs of what ?    If Lee took the photos of Walker's house ( And I believe that he did) Why would they be "souvenirs"?   I suspect that Lee took them as "evidence" that the owner of the vehicles was visiting walker......

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #468 on: April 14, 2020, 02:01:04 AM »
they were to be be kept as souvenirs

Souvenirs of what ?    If Lee took the photos of Walker's house ( And I believe that he did) Why would they be "souvenirs"?   I suspect that Lee took them as "evidence" that the owner of the vehicles was visiting walker......

This is a genuine mystery that has never been explained. Oswald burned some of his papers regarding Walker, but kept the photos taken from the back of Walkers house. If those photos were ever found, Oswald was leaving himself wide open to being charged with attempted murder which i'd image would have given him a nice 20 year term or more in jail.

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Re: Whose Target was General Edwin Walker?
« Reply #469 on: April 14, 2020, 02:12:48 AM »
This is a genuine mystery that has never been explained. Oswald burned some of his papers regarding Walker, but kept the photos taken from the back of Walkers house. If those photos were ever found, Oswald was leaving himself wide open to being charged with attempted murder which i'd image would have given him a nice 20 year term or more in jail.


Oswald was leaving himself wide open to being charged with attempted murder

Yes...And that's exactly what he had plotted.... He was desperately trying to gain acceptance in Cuba....and he thought that If Castro thought he had tried to kill one of his arch enemies ...Castro would allow him asylum in Cuba.

 

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