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Offline Walt Cakebread

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The In Situ Photo
« on: December 18, 2016, 08:12:11 PM »
"In Situ".....defined....  In it's original site or position.

The official in situ photo depicts the rifle as exactly the way the rife was found before anybody moved any boxes or touched the riflle.  The photo is a fake, and the statement is a lie.
Look at the 00:45 -00:46  second of the Alyea film clip.   The rifle was lying on it's right side with the sling uppermost.   You can clearly see Lt Day reach out and grab the sling that was right at his fingertips and pick up the rifle.  And it appears that the rifle is further away from the west wall, than where it' s shown in the in situ photo.  
 
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Offline Emmet Brown

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Re: The In Situ Photo
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2016, 01:40:42 AM »
Where did you get that diagram of the 6th floor? It looks like it was made by someone on the day of the assassination. I thought the only one that existed was the Studebaker map.

Offline Tony Fratini

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Re: The In Situ Photo
« Reply #2 on: December 19, 2016, 04:36:48 AM »
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Where did you get that diagram of the 6th floor? It looks like it was made by someone on the day of the assassination. I thought the only one that existed was the Studebaker map.

That was done by Detective Studebaker - he even signed it.


Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: The In Situ Photo
« Reply #3 on: December 19, 2016, 02:57:02 PM »
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That was done by Detective Studebaker - he even signed it.



Right!.....Thank You, Tony..... 

Tony do you have a copy of  the WC   Studebaker Exhibit C at you finger tips?    Srudebaker Exhibit "C" is the in situ photo......   Would you post that here, please.

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Re: The In Situ Photo
« Reply #4 on: December 19, 2016, 03:05:31 PM »
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That was done by Detective Studebaker - he even signed it.



I meant the other map done by Studebaker


Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: The In Situ Photo
« Reply #5 on: December 19, 2016, 03:39:29 PM »
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I meant the other map done by Studebaker



Thank you, Mr Brown.....for posting this map, which was drawn by Detective Studebaker on Monday November 25 ( three days after he drew the precise map of the sixth floor)

On Friday Studebaker drew the imaginary Sniper's nest showing no room for a gunman to have been behind that window......But on Monday he drewa map that shows plenty of room for a gunman to have fired a rifle from behind that window.



I wonder which is the truth????

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Re: The In Situ Photo
« Reply #6 on: December 19, 2016, 08:49:55 PM »
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Thank you, Mr Brown.....for posting this map, which was drawn by Detective Studebaker on Monday November 25 ( three days after he drew the precise map of the sixth floor)

On Friday Studebaker drew the imaginary Sniper's nest showing no room for a gunman to have been behind that window......But on Monday he drewa map that shows plenty of room for a gunman to have fired a rifle from behind that window.



I wonder which is the truth????



No. 23 (No. 22 in "JFK First Day Evidence")

Problem is there appears to be a box overlying the gap where the rifle was found.

I assume that to get at the rifle, the police moved the box that was over the gap.



No. 22 (No. 23 in "JFK First Day Evidence")

It looks like two of the boxes were pushed forward towards the single box on the floor. The open box on camera-left jumped over the corner of the box on the floor. The box on the floor could have been more in line with the other boxes but the pushing of the other boxes, particularly the one that ended up resting on its corner, caused the box on the floor to rotate a little.

All irrelevant..... Because this is not an authentic photo of the rifle in situ