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Offline Colin Crow

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Re: Conspiracy of the Three Stooges
« Reply #20 on: September 14, 2018, 02:24:34 PM »
You seem to be under some impression that my posts are intended to convince you or Bill or JohnM to change your view of events. Or that I even seek something from you that I have not heard of or thought of myself previously. That notion was abandoned long ago. I understand that the WC supporters that post here have an unshiftable belief. One that cannot accept variance from a specific script.  I still hold hope that someone interested in reasoned discussion/debate will offer some information that advances my understanding of the events that day. Perhaps the real motivation for my posts is for the 70 or so guest viewers of this thread at this time and that they too will be encouraged to question the official story.

They might find that much of the official version of events is not supported by the assembled evidence that was gathered.

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Re: Conspiracy of the Three Stooges
« Reply #21 on: September 14, 2018, 03:34:25 PM »
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You seem to be under some impression that my posts are intended to convince you or Bill or JohnM to change your view of events. Or that I even seek something from you that I have not heard of or thought of myself previously. That notion was abandoned long ago. I understand that the WC supporters that post here have an unshiftable belief. One that cannot accept variance from a specific script.  I still hold hope that someone interested in reasoned discussion/debate will offer some information that advances my understanding of the events that day. Perhaps the real motivation for my posts is for the 70 or so guest viewers of this thread at this time and that they too will be encouraged to question the official story.

They might find that much of the official version of events is not supported by the assembled evidence that was gathered.

How about something like this: BRW is on the 6th floor until, let's say 12:25 or so. He goes to the 5th floor to be with his buddies. Shots ring out 4-5 minutes after BRW gets to the 5th floor. It becomes clear that the shots were from the 6th floor, right where BRW was just at. He gets scared, he was just there, he left his lunch somewhere on the 6th floor (BTW: i don't know who moved the lunch or when). Maybe BRW thinks the cops will arrest him and he'll get executed for a crime he didn't commit and he had nothing to do with. He gets together with his buddies and "hey guys, let's all say this, i didn't do anything but i was just where the shots were fired and the cops might think i did it because i was just there a few minutes ago . . . "

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Re: Conspiracy of the Three Stooges
« Reply #22 on: September 14, 2018, 03:40:45 PM »
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How about something like this: BRW is on the 6th floor until, let's say 12:25 or so. He goes to the 5th floor to be with his buddies. Shots ring out 4-5 minutes after BRW gets to the 5th floor. It becomes clear that the shots were from the 6th floor, right where BRW was just at. He gets scared, he was just there, he left his lunch somewhere on the 6th floor (BTW: i don't know who moved the lunch or when). Maybe BRW thinks the cops will arrest him and he'll get executed for a crime he didn't commit and he had nothing to do with. He gets together with his buddies and "hey guys, let's all say this, i didn't do anything but i was just where the shots were fired and the cops might think i did it because i was just there a few minutes ago . . . "

That I can accept John. Sounds totally plausible. At that stage how was any of them to know that there would be a picture just after the shots that gave Williams an alibi.
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Re: Conspiracy of the Three Stooges
« Reply #23 on: September 14, 2018, 03:56:23 PM »
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That I can accept John. Sounds totally plausible. At that stage how was any of them to know that there would be a picture just after the shots that gave Williams and alibi.
If I was a Black Man in the south of the U.S. in 1963 and was being questioned by White Men with badges and guns about my whereabouts before during and after the shooting, I would lie my arse off to distance myself from the 6th floor at 12:30 as much as I could.
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Re: Conspiracy of the Three Stooges
« Reply #24 on: September 14, 2018, 03:57:35 PM »
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How about something like this: BRW is on the 6th floor until, let's say 12:25 or so. He goes to the 5th floor to be with his buddies. Shots ring out 4-5 minutes after BRW gets to the 5th floor. It becomes clear that the shots were from the 6th floor, right where BRW was just at. He gets scared, he was just there, he left his lunch somewhere on the 6th floor (BTW: i don't know who moved the lunch or when). Maybe BRW thinks the cops will arrest him and he'll get executed for a crime he didn't commit and he had nothing to do with. He gets together with his buddies and "hey guys, let's all say this, i didn't do anything but i was just where the shots were fired and the cops might think i did it because i was just there a few minutes ago . . . "

There were no shots fired from that window in the SE corner of the sixth floor......  Paul Ernst has done an excellent job of proving that a rifle could not have been fired from that site.....

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Re: Conspiracy of the Three Stooges
« Reply #25 on: September 14, 2018, 04:12:41 PM »
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If I was a Black Man in the south of the U.S. in 1963 and was being questioned by White Men with badges and guns about my whereabouts before during and after the shooting, I would lie my arse off to distance myself from the 6th floor at 12:30 as much as I could.

Tend to agree Steve, how about lying for a workmate's whereabouts just before the shots?

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Re: Conspiracy of the Three Stooges
« Reply #26 on: September 14, 2018, 04:44:12 PM »
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Tend to agree Steve, how about lying for a workmate's whereabouts just before the shots?
I can see them banding together.

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Re: Conspiracy of the Three Stooges
« Reply #27 on: September 14, 2018, 06:16:23 PM »
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How about something like this: BRW is on the 6th floor until, let's say 12:25 or so. He goes to the 5th floor to be with his buddies. Shots ring out 4-5 minutes after BRW gets to the 5th floor. It becomes clear that the shots were from the 6th floor, right where BRW was just at. He gets scared, he was just there, he left his lunch somewhere on the 6th floor (BTW: i don't know who moved the lunch or when). Maybe BRW thinks the cops will arrest him and he'll get executed for a crime he didn't commit and he had nothing to do with. He gets together with his buddies and "hey guys, let's all say this, i didn't do anything but i was just where the shots were fired and the cops might think i did it because i was just there a few minutes ago . . . "

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If I was a Black Man in the south of the U.S. in 1963 and was being questioned by White Men with badges and guns about my whereabouts before during and after the shooting, I would lie my arse off to distance myself from the 6th floor at 12:30 as much as I could.

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Re: Conspiracy of the Three Stooges
« Reply #28 on: September 14, 2018, 07:39:07 PM »
So Larry and Curly were willing to lie about Moe's whereabouts before 12:25 PM and possibly endanger themselves by doing so ?

Guess it's possible.

But keep in mind the three stooges were not close knit friends. In fact, they barely knew each other. Wasn't there something in this thread about BRW only transferring to the depository a month earlier and not knowing one of the other stooge's first name ?

Hard for me to envision a scenario where immediately after the shots are fired, Moe exclaims 'Holy crap, I was just up there 5 minutes ago, but you guys know I didn't do anything wrong, so will you lie for me and say I was with you the entire time' and the two other stooges readily agree to lie for Moe.

But maybe Moe yanked Curly by his hair and poked Larry in the eyes in order to convince them to lie.

Interesting theory, even though it doesn't provide a scintilla of exculpatory evidence for Saint Patsy or give us a clue as to who actually fired the shots from C2766 (if not Oz).

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Re: Conspiracy of the Three Stooges
« Reply #29 on: September 14, 2018, 09:29:49 PM »
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So Larry and Curly were willing to lie about Moe's whereabouts before 12:25 PM and possibly endanger themselves by doing so ?

Guess it's possible.

But keep in mind the three stooges were not close knit friends. In fact, they barely knew each other. Wasn't there something in this thread about BRW only transferring to the depository a month earlier and not knowing one of the other stooge's first name ?

Hard for me to envision a scenario where immediately after the shots are fired, Moe exclaims 'Holy crap, I was just up there 5 minutes ago, but you guys know I didn't do anything wrong, so will you lie for me and say I was with you the entire time' and the two other stooges readily agree to lie for Moe.

But maybe Moe yanked Curly by his hair and poked Larry in the eyes in order to convince them to lie.

Interesting theory, even though it doesn't provide a scintilla of exculpatory evidence for Saint Patsy or give us a clue as to who actually fired the shots from C2766 (if not Oz).


Interesting theory, even though it doesn't provide a scintilla of exculpatory evidence for Saint Patsy or give us a clue as to who actually fired the shots from C2766 (if not Oz).

What, other than assumption, makes you so sure that C2766 was actually fired that day?

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Re: Conspiracy of the Three Stooges
« Reply #29 on: September 14, 2018, 09:29:49 PM »