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Online Martin Weidmann

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« Reply #280 on: February 01, 2018, 01:29:38 PM »
...then failed to do so

Exactly, and then, without a credible chain of custody and with only inconclusive fiber evidence and the highly questionable word of Earlene Roberts to go on they just decided that CE 162 was Oswald's jacket anyway and that he was wearing it when he left the roominghouse.

After all, what other option did they have to keep their narrative alive?

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« Reply #281 on: February 01, 2018, 02:18:25 PM »
Exactly, and then, without a credible chain of custody and with only inconclusive fiber evidence and the highly questionable word of Earlene Roberts to go on they just decided that CE 162 was Oswald's jacket anyway and that he was wearing it when he left the roominghouse.

After all, what other option did they have to keep their narrative alive?

Who is this "they" you keep mentioning since you deny suggesting a vast conspiracy?  And "they" also have a narrative?  That's a whole lot of bad luck for old Lee to constantly be connected to these events while out for a stroll to the movies.  He is the only person on planet Earth to be in the TSBD at the moment shots were fired who then crosses paths with the Tippit murder (the only murder of a DPD officer in many years) less than an hour later.  And he looks so much like the murderer that several witnesses ID him as the shooter.  And he happens to have a pistol when arrested with the same types of ammunition as the murderer.  Such constant bad luck.  You nuts can't be for real.  This is more like a game to see how long you can avoid acknowledging checkmate by taking absurd, wildly implausible, and often embarrassing contrarian positions to any evidence linking Oswald to this crime. 

Online Martin Weidmann

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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #282 on: February 01, 2018, 02:30:04 PM »
Who is this "they" you keep mentioning since you deny suggesting a vast conspiracy?  And "they" also have a narrative?  That's a whole lot of bad luck for old Lee to constantly be connected to these events while out for a stroll to the movies.  He is the only person on planet Earth to be in the TSBD at the moment shots were fired who then crosses paths with the Tippit murder (the only murder of a DPD officer in many years) less than an hour later.  And he looks so much like the murderer that several witnesses ID him as the shooter.  And he happens to have a pistol when arrested with the same types of ammunition as the murderer.  Such constant bad luck.  You nuts can't be for real.  This is more like a game to see how long you can avoid acknowledging checkmate by taking absurd, wildly implausible, and often embarrassing contrarian positions to any evidence linking Oswald to this crime.

Who is this "they" you keep mentioning since you deny suggesting a vast conspiracy?

The mere fact that you, rather stupidly, need to ask this question shows that you are jumping into a conversation without having read the previous postings.

That's a whole lot of bad luck for old Lee to constantly be connected to these events while out for a stroll to the movies.  He is the only person on planet Earth to be in the TSBD at the moment shots were fired who then crosses paths with the Tippit murder (the only murder of a DPD officer in many years) less than an hour later.  And he looks so much like the murderer that several witnesses ID him as the shooter.  And he happens to have a pistol when arrested with the same types of ammunition as the murderer.  Such constant bad luck. 

So much irrelevant strawman crap... I wonder where it goes....

You nuts can't be for real.  This is more like a game to see how long you can avoid acknowledging checkmate by taking absurd, wildly implausible, and often embarrassing contrarian positions to any evidence linking Oswald to this crime.

Ah.. there it is....

Nothing worth to reply to, really....

As an after thought;

any evidence linking Oswald to this crime

You really don't understand that there isn't much actual evidence (so no assumptions etc) that links Oswald to this crime, do you now?
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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #283 on: February 01, 2018, 07:36:54 PM »
Exactly, and then, without a credible chain of custody and with only inconclusive fiber evidence and the highly questionable word of Earlene Roberts to go on they just decided that CE 162 was Oswald's jacket anyway and that he was wearing it when he left the roominghouse.

After all, what other option did they have to keep their narrative alive?

Pathetic.

There is nothing "questionable" about Earlene Roberts' statement that she watched Oswald zip up a jacket as he went out the door.

That you call it "questionable" doesn't make it so.

Online Martin Weidmann

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« Reply #284 on: February 01, 2018, 07:55:38 PM »
Talk about pathetic;

Bill Brown double standard alert;

"the bottom line is that Earlene Roberts stated over and over that Oswald left the house zipping up a jacket."

Ergo; Earlene Roberts (who was paying more attention to the TV, has bad eye sight, saw Oswald only a few seconds, claimed to have seen a jacket darker than CE 162 and who was known by her employer for making things up) is to be believed.

Frazier said from day 1 until today over and over again that the bag found at the TSBD was not the bag he saw Oswald carry

Ergo: Frazier (who has good eye sight and saw the bag up close and more than just a few seconds) was mistaken

The silver lining; just because Bill Brown says it doesn't mean it is so.

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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #285 on: February 01, 2018, 08:09:02 PM »
Talk about pathetic;

Bill Brown double standard alert;

"the bottom line is that Earlene Roberts stated over and over that Oswald left the house zipping up a jacket."

Ergo; Earlene Roberts (who was paying more attention to the TV, has bad eye sight, saw Oswald only a few seconds, claimed to have seen a jacket darker than CE 162 and who was known by her employer for making things up) is to be believed.

Frazier said from day 1 until today over and over again that the bag found at the TSBD was not the bag he saw Oswald carry

Ergo: Frazier (who has good eye sight and saw the bag up close and more than just a few seconds) was mistaken

The silver lining; just because Bill Brown says it doesn't mean it is so.

Earlene Roberts stated over and over that she watched Oswald leave the rooming house zipping up a jacket as he went out the door.  Explain how any of the above is supposed to make her statement "questionable".

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« Reply #286 on: February 01, 2018, 08:30:37 PM »
Earlene Roberts stated over and over that she watched Oswald leave the rooming house zipping up a jacket as he went out the door.  Explain how any of the above is supposed to make her statement "questionable".

Bill, was Earlene Roberts a reliable witness?  If so, do you believe she witnessed a police car pull up in front of her house and honk (as she claimed)?  Because, if she lied about it, she is not a reliable witness.  If she is not a reliable witness, than ANY statements she made are "questionable".  Still churning out the same old butter eh?

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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #287 on: February 01, 2018, 08:36:57 PM »

Bill, was Earlene Roberts a reliable witness?  If so, do you believe she witnessed a police car pull up in front of her house and honk (as she claimed)?  Because, if she lied about it, she is not a reliable witness.  If she is not a reliable witness, than ANY statements she made are "questionable".  Still churning out the same old butter eh?


Amazing that something so simple needs to be explained to Bill Brown.....


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« Reply #288 on: February 01, 2018, 08:39:14 PM »
Amazing that something so simple needs to be explained to Bill Brown.....

Perhaps it is not all that Amazing.   ;D

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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #289 on: February 01, 2018, 09:50:12 PM »
Bill, was Earlene Roberts a reliable witness?  If so, do you believe she witnessed a police car pull up in front of her house and honk (as she claimed)?  Because, if she lied about it, she is not a reliable witness.  If she is not a reliable witness, than ANY statements she made are "questionable".  Still churning out the same old butter eh?

Roberts mentioned the fact that Oswald was wearing a jacket as he went out the door to a radio reporter on the day of the assassination.

Despite the fact that she was bombarded by law enforcement personnel and media during the weekend of the assassination, Roberts never mentioned the police car horn honking incident until a week later, after the accused assassin was himself gunned down, which sparked whispers of a possible plot.

 

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