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Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #580 on: February 17, 2018, 04:06:10 PM »
It is my belief that the items were photographed because they were being turned over to the FBI on the 26th.  Hell, the photo could have been taken the day before being turned over to the FBI.  That would still have Stombaugh analyzing the bag and blanket BEFORE the photo was taken.

Stombaugh analyzed those two items on the 23rd.  Assuming that you believe Stombaugh.  Do you?  Or is he wrong or lying, too?

It is my belief that the items were photographed because they were being turned over to the FBI on the 26th.

Have you read Hosty's  book  Assignment Oswald   Hosty said they inventoried and photographed the evidence on the night of 11/22/63 before it left the possession of the Dallas Police.....

Offline Tim Nickerson

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« Reply #581 on: February 17, 2018, 07:06:41 PM »
It is my belief that the items were photographed because they were being turned over to the FBI on the 26th.

Have you read Hosty's  book  Assignment Oswald   Hosty said they inventoried and photographed the evidence on the night of 11/22/63 before it left the possession of the Dallas Police.....

Some of the evidence was photographed on 11/22/63 but not all. The photograph in question here was not taken on the night of 11/22/63.

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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #582 on: February 17, 2018, 07:30:13 PM »
It is my belief that the items were photographed because they were being turned over to the FBI on the 26th.

Have you read Hosty's  book  Assignment Oswald   Hosty said they inventoried and photographed the evidence on the night of 11/22/63 before it left the possession of the Dallas Police.....

Irrelevant.

The items were turned over to the FBI for the 2nd time on the 26th.

Evidence was turned over to the FBI on the night of the assassination.  The evidence was then returned to Dallas.  Then, evidence was again sent to Washington on the 26th.

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« Reply #583 on: February 19, 2018, 03:48:48 PM »
Some of the evidence was photographed on 11/22/63 but not all. The photograph in question here was not taken on the night of 11/22/63.

"The photograph in question here was not taken on the night of 11/22/63."

Whether the photograph was taken on the 22nd or the 26th is Irrelevant.

The photo shows they were sloppy and used evidence handling techniques that would absolutely have

caused cross contamination between different items in their possession. In this case the homemade

TSBD wrapping paper gun case and the blanket from the Paine's garage that was allegedly used,

for at least several months, to wrap the TSBD Carcano. The disregard and lack of care shown in the photo

is proof the cross contamination could have taken place anytime the evidence was in their hands.

Since there were no fibers found on the TSBD rifle, the logical conclusion of how the fibers found on

homemade gun case got there is cross contamination. Arguing against that proposition is tantamount to

admitting evidence tampering.



Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #584 on: February 19, 2018, 07:16:39 PM »
Irrelevant.

The items were turned over to the FBI for the 2nd time on the 26th.

Evidence was turned over to the FBI on the night of the assassination.  The evidence was then returned to Dallas.  Then, evidence was again sent to Washington on the 26th.

:The items were turned over to the FBI for the 2nd time on the 26th."

All the better to confuse you, my dear, ...said the FBI Wolf.

While it appears to be true that the evidence was shuffled a couple of times ....It is a fact that the paper sack was stained a dark brown by the FBI testing lab on 11/23/63 .....  Therefore if the sack is not discolored the photo was taken prior to the testing.

Surely this is simple enough that even you can understand, Billy Bob


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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #585 on: February 20, 2018, 03:29:54 PM »
"The photograph in question here was not taken on the night of 11/22/63."

Whether the photograph was taken on the 22nd or the 26th is Irrelevant.

The photo shows they were sloppy and used evidence handling techniques that would absolutely have

caused cross contamination between different items in their possession. In this case the homemade

TSBD wrapping paper gun case and the blanket from the Paine's garage that was allegedly used,

for at least several months, to wrap the TSBD Carcano. The disregard and lack of care shown in the photo

is proof the cross contamination could have taken place anytime the evidence was in their hands.

Since there were no fibers found on the TSBD rifle, the logical conclusion of how the fibers found on

homemade gun case got there is cross contamination. Arguing against that proposition is tantamount to

admitting evidence tampering.




Does this mean that you accept that the fibers came from Oswald's blanket?

Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #586 on: February 20, 2018, 04:15:25 PM »
The bag was tested by Stombaugh at 7:30 on 11/23 prior to Latona's application of iodine/silver nitrate later that day. Without knowing what time it is from the picture you can't possibly know if the bag has already been processed by Stombaugh. Why waste countless posts on things you don't know.

The bag was tested by Stombaugh at 7:30 on 11/23

The bag was received  by Stombaugh at 7:30 on 11/23

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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #587 on: February 20, 2018, 05:32:20 PM »
Does this mean that you accept that the fibers came from Oswald's blanket?

"Does this mean that you accept that the fibers came from Oswald's blanket?"

They could have.

The point I was making was, since no fibers from that blanket were found on the TSBD Carcano the ones

found in/on the homemade gun case didn't/couldn't have come from that rifle. Where did the fibers come

from then? The logical conclusion, based on the photo of the blanket and gun case in contact while in LE

possession, is the fibers got on the gun case via cross contamination. If you argue against that proposition

you are left with evidence tampering.



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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #588 on: February 21, 2018, 02:11:34 AM »
"Does this mean that you accept that the fibers came from Oswald's blanket?"

They could have.

The point I was making was, since no fibers from that blanket were found on the TSBD Carcano the ones

found in/on the homemade gun case didn't/couldn't have come from that rifle. Where did the fibers come

from then? The logical conclusion, based on the photo of the blanket and gun case in contact while in LE

possession, is the fibers got on the gun case via cross contamination. If you argue against that proposition

you are left with evidence tampering.





A logical possibility is fibres from the blanket were on the rifle which were then transferred from the rifle to the bag.
No blanket fibres left remaining on the rifle doesn't negate that possibility.
I'm not saying that is what happened I'm saying it is possible.

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Re: Oswald's Jacket
« Reply #589 on: February 21, 2018, 04:49:55 PM »
A logical possibility is fibres from the blanket were on the rifle which were then transferred from the rifle to the bag.
No blanket fibres left remaining on the rifle doesn't negate that possibility.

I'm not saying that is what happened I'm saying it is possible.

"A logical possibility is fibres from the blanket were on the rifle which were then transferred from the rifle to the bag.
No blanket fibres left remaining on the rifle doesn't negate that possibility."











 

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