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Offline Bill Brown

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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #710 on: June 03, 2018, 03:55:39 AM »
Highly dishonest.  Burroughs never claimed even in 1988 to have seen Oswald come in the theater.  There's no contradiction here.

This is good enough for most people (well, those who aren't in serious denial about Oswald being a cop-killer):


Offline Bill Brown

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« Reply #711 on: June 03, 2018, 03:57:44 AM »
If that's not evidence of murder then I don't know what is.

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You're the king of straw man arguments.

Howard Gee did not say that Oswald was guilty of murder just because he entered the theater without paying for a ticket. 

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« Reply #712 on: June 03, 2018, 04:03:13 AM »
Come to think of it, how do we know Tim Nickerson didn't photoshop the pictures he posted to make the jacket appear white ??

Attention all kooks: Tim Nickerson is now officially a suspect in the frame Saint Oz conspiracy !

Offline Bill Brown

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« Reply #713 on: June 03, 2018, 04:05:26 AM »
Mrs. ROBERTS. Well, you know, I can't see too good how to read. I'm completely blind in my right eye.


It is extreme desperation to claim that Buell Wesley Frazier, who had 20/20 vision and saw Oswald for much longer that Earlene Roberts was mistaken about what he saw.... Oswald carrying the package in the cup of his hand and tucked under his armpit!

It is nothing more than a lame (and desperate) Brown argument.  Pathetic really.

Another straw man.

The bottom line is that Roberts saw enough to know that Oswald was wearing a jacket as he left the house, specifically noticing that he was zipping it up as he went out the door.  You have to live with that.

One can believe in a conspiracy all they wish.  One can even believe that someone other than Oswald murdered J.D. Tippit.  But, to argue that Roberts couldn't have really seen Oswald as he left the house is dishonest.

You claim that you don't defend Oswald, that you're only interested in the truth.  If you were truly interested in what really happened, at the very minimum you would accept that Oswald was wearing a jacket as he left that house.  Only a true Kook would really attempt to argue that Roberts really could not have seen Oswald well enough to see him leave the house.

The bottom line is that you clearly are not interested in the truth, whatever it may be.

Offline John Iacoletti

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« Reply #714 on: June 03, 2018, 04:07:43 AM »
You're right again, Johnboi.

By itself, Brewer witnessing someone acting suspiciously and taking action which led to your hero being apprehended isn't evidence of murder.

Thank you.  You've just inadvertently admitted that the cops had no probable cause to search, beat up, and arrest Oswald for murder in the theater.  Nice job.

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However, it does destroy your narrative that Brewer just saw 'a person' walking towards the theater. There's no doubt that the person Brewer saw, entered the theater, and that person's name was Lee Harvey Oswald, AKA Saint Oz.

BS.  Brewer saw a guy who looked funny in front of his shop and by the time he got around his counter and out on the sidewalk he spotted a guy from the back down the street in front of the Furniture Mart who he just assumed was the same guy.  And he didn't even see that guy enter the theater.

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The same Saint Oz who wasn't wearing a jacket when arrested but whose shirt fibers were found in the jacket ditched under a car in a lot through which JDT's assailent fled.

BS again.  The best they could say was that those fibers could have come from the shirt.  But the jacket in the parking lot doesn't prove anybody shot anybody anyway, so it's not evidence.

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Poor Saint Oz was having a really, really bad day.

Not nearly as bad as the day you're having.

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Next up: Hairless goofball says Oswald's shirt fibers in a jacket aren't evidence of murder.

You finally got something right.  Feel free to explain how they are.  Maybe you can do it without re-defining the word "disappeared" this time.

Offline John Iacoletti

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« Reply #715 on: June 03, 2018, 04:08:35 AM »
He said the jacket was white for the same reason that people would say the the jacket seen in the pics below is white.

A parking lot is still not a museum.

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« Reply #716 on: June 03, 2018, 04:10:09 AM »
Since Julia Postal left the ticket booth to walk out towards the sidewalk to see the police cars, who do you suppose would have sold a ticket to Oswald before he entered?  I can't wait to hear this one.

You don't even know when Oswald entered the theater.

Offline Bill Brown

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« Reply #717 on: June 03, 2018, 04:10:22 AM »
You mean the pictures the esteemed Tim Nickerson just posted are of a grey jacket ?

Looks white to me.

Can you prove the jacket now in evidence was substituted for the one found and Saint Oz's shirt fibers were planted in it ?

You were doing better when you were contesting whether the half blind woman could see if Saint Oz was wearing a jacket.

BTW, Marty, got a huge kick out of you pointing out that the half blind woman might have been watching a TV that she didn't own.

That would make a world of difference !

Pathetic.

It really is pathetic.

Arguing that Oswald was not wearing a jacket as he left the house is akin to arguing that Oswald was out on the front steps of the Depository and appears in Billy Lovelady's position in Altgens 6.  Each "theory" is as kooky as the other.  I'd be embarrassed to be linked to Ralph Cinque's insanity.

Offline Bill Brown

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« Reply #718 on: June 03, 2018, 04:14:31 AM »
You don't even know when Oswald entered the theater.

Unrelated.

I'll ask again (since you avoided answering it the first time), Julia Postal left the booth and went out to the sidewalk.  Who do you suppose could have sold a ticket to Oswald? 

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« Reply #719 on: June 03, 2018, 04:14:33 AM »
What's your point?  Markham saw Oswald wearing a jacket, regardless of what color she believed it to be.  It doesn't matter if Markham believed the jacket was bright red.

..and that's supposed to prove that CE162 is Oswald's Jacket...how exactly?

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She saw the same man seen by Ted Callaway, who said Oswald was wearing a light Eisenhower-type jacket.

Couldn't be.  They had on different jackets.

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Regardless of what color Markham believed the jacket to be, why wasn't Oswald wearing that jacket when seen by Brewer and when he was arrested inside the theater?

And you're assuming that the guy Markham saw and the guy Brewer saw were the same guy, because . . . ?

 

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