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Offline Allan Fritzke

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Re: If a bullet didn't go through JFK, then exactly how did Connally get hit?
« Reply #330 on: October 11, 2018, 07:16:50 AM »
I stand corrected there is a tree there.  I was looking at Mytton's gif too much and missed the stem!    However, the illusion still is great when you compare sizes of the people relative to each other and where they are standing.  No one seems to know anything about the man and ???? that are standing at curbside next to the President's limousine when the neck shot comes in.   In Willis slide,he looks very small.  There is a tall man standing there in the Bronson Film and someone else right beside him. I tried to blow up a picture to look at it in more detail.  Unfortunately, you need an original to look at.   It appears that whoever had there head next to him, suffered an "erase" out in the Bronson pictures I have been able to find on the internet. 

As well, there is something alongside of him, that appears to look like a dog (object?).    It certainly can't be a child because no hand is restraining them from running out - the man in the black suit clearly has his back to that object and standing on the curb.   

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Re: If a bullet didn't go through JFK, then exactly how did Connally get hit?
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Offline Thomas Pickering

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Re: If a bullet didn't go through JFK, then exactly how did Connally get hit?
« Reply #331 on: October 19, 2018, 04:41:58 AM »
In my opinion, John Connally was a co-conspirator in the assassination of JFK who did not get hit at all.  Connally being hit was all staged to support the LHO explanation. 

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Re: If a bullet didn't go through JFK, then exactly how did Connally get hit?
« Reply #332 on: October 19, 2018, 03:20:01 PM »
In my opinion, John Connally was a co-conspirator in the assassination of JFK who did not get hit at all.  Connally being hit was all staged to support the LHO explanation.
In my opinion, you are not entitled to an opinion that is not based on evidence. What is your evidence that Connally was not hit?  More to the point, what is the evidence that Connally, Nellie, all his doctors, all the nurses and attendants to attended to his injuries, the x-ray technicians who fabricated x-ray films and reports, conspired to do this? 

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Re: If a bullet didn't go through JFK, then exactly how did Connally get hit?
« Reply #333 on: October 19, 2018, 05:02:41 PM »
I am not entitled to an opinion that is not based on evidence?  Says who?  You?  Who are you to make such a statement as that?  I am entitled to any opinion I want to have.  I do not like your attitude in telling me what opinions I am allowed to have or not have.  Does the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution mean anything to you?  I wonder.  As for evidence, my evidence is the Zapruder film itself, which exposes John Connally as a co-conspirator in the assassination of JFK.  If allowed to, I am going to be fully exploring that in another post to explain how John Connally is a co-conspirator, one of many co-conspirators.  Once I have done that, then it will become apparent that Connally was not hit with any bullet whatsoever and his wounds were staged.

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Re: If a bullet didn't go through JFK, then exactly how did Connally get hit?
« Reply #334 on: October 19, 2018, 05:21:58 PM »
I am not entitled to an opinion that is not based on evidence?  Says who?  You?  Who are you to make such a statement as that?  I am entitled to any opinion I want to have.
That is my opinion.

But that is an opinion on what principles one should apply to fact finding - it is a statement of principle, not an opinion about an objective fact. It is my opinion that one can have opinions about facts only if one bases their opinion on evidence. Otherwise you could have an opinion, say, on whether I won the lottery last night. You could say "In my opinion, you won the lottery last night".  If it is not based on any evidence that I won the lottery, what meaning does it have?

I could have said  "Opinions on facts are meaningless unless they are based on evidence".    I chose stronger words which apply to everyone, even Presidents, who want to make up their own facts. "Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts. Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
« Last Edit: October 19, 2018, 05:38:24 PM by Andrew Mason »

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Re: If a bullet didn't go through JFK, then exactly how did Connally get hit?
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Offline Thomas Pickering

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Re: If a bullet didn't go through JFK, then exactly how did Connally get hit?
« Reply #335 on: October 19, 2018, 05:36:08 PM »
From your attitude, I thought you were trying to play "Big Brother", telling me what I was allowed to say or not say on this forum.  If you were not doing that, I apologize.  Of course you are allowed to your opinions but please also allow me my opinions freely without attempting to control them.  You can say whatever you want to say but let me say whatever I want to say as long as I am respectful in doing it.  I have a completely different explanation for the JFK assassination than you do.  I am heretic on this forum but that does not make me a troll, does it?  Will you allow a heretic to freely speak his mind here or does everybody have to be on the same page? 
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Offline Andrew Mason

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Re: If a bullet didn't go through JFK, then exactly how did Connally get hit?
« Reply #336 on: October 19, 2018, 07:02:15 PM »
From your attitude, I thought you were trying to play "Big Brother", telling me what I was allowed to say or not say on this forum.  If you were not doing that, I apologize.  Of course you are allowed to your opinions but please also allow me my opinions freely without attempting to control them.  You can say whatever you want to say but let me say whatever I want to say as long as I am respectful in doing it.  I have a completely different explanation for the JFK assassination than you do.  I am heretic on this forum but that does not make me a troll, does it?  Will you allow a heretic to freely speak his mind here or does everybody have to be on the same page?
And, in my opinion, you are not entitled to have a platform for an opinion on facts that is not based on evidence.  In my opinion, the moderators would be perfectly within their right to delete your posts expressing such an opinion. The right to freedom of speech is not absolute.

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Re: If a bullet didn't go through JFK, then exactly how did Connally get hit?
« Reply #337 on: October 19, 2018, 08:09:18 PM »
Since when does the US constitution apply to a board run by a private individual in the UK?

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Re: If a bullet didn't go through JFK, then exactly how did Connally get hit?
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Offline Mark Valenti

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Re: If a bullet didn't go through JFK, then exactly how did Connally get hit?
« Reply #338 on: October 19, 2018, 08:10:11 PM »
I would only add that opinions, when cited as fact, tend to diminish the singularity of the referenced topic, to the degree that they determine factorized weight to what is generally regarded as supposition as opposed to pure conjecture, which, in and of itself is often misconstrued to be pejorative in its most fundamental state. That being said, there are few input directives which the theorist can render without primarily establishing an alt-resistant filibuster, amassed in aggregate with discerning situational uber-landmarks. Following the logic of the transposed thought processes, can it be mere coincidence that opinions, aided and abetted by the wandering expansions of the cranial direction, can be considered to alleviate the hypothesis at its very core, as it were, a veritable panoply of divisional plethora. Notwithstanding the intention to tangent off of the macro in favor of the micro, factual opinions remain the outlier as do non-traditional secretions, hearkening back to esoteric and not altogether knowledgeable resource monitors. Can we truly and diligently produce the socio-economic and geo-political conundrum salves without first and foremost delving into the preponderance of maxillary conditions?

I think not.

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Re: If a bullet didn't go through JFK, then exactly how did Connally get hit?
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