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« Reply #20 on: December 06, 2018, 02:03:56 AM »
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Jerry I went to the library and they scanned page 82 and sent the scan to my computer ....How do I post the scan?
The old default image format for scanners was a TIF file. But anyone using the scanner can change the output format. I just reserve (through their website) the library's one computer station that has a scanner attached. I get a one-hour slot (usually for the next day). I scan stuff myself and save it onto a flash drive or to a personal account on an image-hosting service or cloud drive. Be sure to check that you don't leave things on the scanner bed before you leave.

If it's a TIF file (ie: ends in .tif or .tiff), you should convert it to a PNG or JPG file, which I believe is more acceptable to the Forum (along with the GIF format). Use an online graphics program that works in your browser ( ie Pixlr at You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login ). Upload the image and then do a "Save As" (in PNG or JPG) to your "Downloads" folder or some place you can find it later.

Then upload the new file to a free online image-hosting service. You will have to set up an account (that the FBI and CIA will monitor, alas) with the hosting service. They (the hosters, not the feds) will assign a link to that image that you can then post to the Forum To make the link appear as a photo, you have to paste the link after clicking onto the Forum's tiny picture frame ("Mona Lisa") icon among the icons that are above the "Reply" window.

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Re: Who Killed Kennedy
« Reply #21 on: December 06, 2018, 01:51:20 PM »
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The old default image format for scanners was a TIF file. But anyone using the scanner can change the output format. I just reserve (through their website) the library's one computer station that has a scanner attached. I get a one-hour slot (usually for the next day). I scan stuff myself and save it onto a flash drive or to a personal account on an image-hosting service or cloud drive. Be sure to check that you don't leave things on the scanner bed before you leave.

If it's a TIF file (ie: ends in .tif or .tiff), you should convert it to a PNG or JPG file, which I believe is more acceptable to the Forum (along with the GIF format). Use an online graphics program that works in your browser ( ie Pixlr at You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login ). Upload the image and then do a "Save As" (in PNG or JPG) to your "Downloads" folder or some place you can find it later.
Then upload the new file to a free online image-hosting service. You will have to set up an account (that the FBI and CIA will monitor, alas) with the hosting service. They (the hosters, not the feds) will assign a link to that image that you can then post to the Forum To make the link appear as a photo, you have to paste the link after clicking onto the Forum's tiny picture frame ("Mona Lisa") icon among the icons that are above the "Reply" window.


Thanks, Jerry... I fumbled around and managed to post a link to the page in the booklet that displays the Letter From J. Edna Hoover to Lee Rankin....  The letter in which Hoover is lying his eyes out in denying that Lee Oswald was a PCI for the FBI.

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Re: Who Killed Kennedy
« Reply #22 on: December 06, 2018, 02:15:44 PM »
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The "sling" shows that an "artist" worked on the photo....  Surely, everybody can see that there is no sling attached to the rifle...

Every photo presented of the particular pose shows a sling to a lesser or greater extent, depending on the quality of each. Jerry has presented a high quality version.

Google it and learn something

You lot are so desparate you'll bleat anything just to protect your batshit crazy pet theories

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Re: Who Killed Kennedy
« Reply #23 on: December 06, 2018, 02:28:10 PM »
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Every photo presented of the particular pose shows a sling to a lesser or greater extent, depending on the quality of each. Jerry has presented a high quality version.

Google it and learn something

You lot are so desparate you'll bleat anything just to protect your batshit crazy pet theories

My Dear Dumb ass...  The point is:....   There is no sling on the rifle in the photo ( CE 133A)  What appears as a "sling" in the photo is a ludicrous artist's idea of a sling that was added to the photo.   The version of the photo that Jerry presented makes this FACT very obvious.

The point is.... FBI photo experts examined the photo... They most certainly knew that what appeared to be a sling was added to the photo and is definitely an alteration of the photo...

Have you ever seen any official acknowledgement that the photo has been altered?

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« Reply #24 on: December 06, 2018, 02:59:34 PM »
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My Dear Dumb ass...  The point is:....   There is no sling on the rifle in the photo ( CE 133A)  What appears as a "sling" in the photo is a ludicrous artist's idea of a sling that was added to the photo.   The version of the photo that Jerry presented makes this FACT very obvious.

The point is.... FBI photo experts examined the photo... They most certainly knew that what appeared to be a sling was added to the photo and is definitely an alteration of the photo...

Have you ever seen any official acknowledgement that the photo has been altered?

LOL

Tell us specifically what about the strap leads you to believe it was faked?

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« Reply #25 on: December 06, 2018, 03:03:59 PM »
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My Dear Dumb ass...  The point is:....   There is no sling on the rifle in the photo ( CE 133A)  What appears as a "sling" in the photo is a ludicrous artist's idea of a sling that was added to the photo.   The version of the photo that Jerry presented makes this FACT very obvious.

The point is.... FBI photo experts examined the photo... They most certainly knew that what appeared to be a sling was added to the photo and is definitely an alteration of the photo...

Have you ever seen any official acknowledgement that the photo has been altered?

LOL

Tell us specifically what about the strap leads you to believe it was faked.

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« Reply #26 on: December 06, 2018, 05:00:40 PM »
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My Dear Dumb ass...  The point is:....   There is no sling on the rifle in the photo ( CE 133A)  What appears as a "sling" in the photo is a ludicrous artist's idea of a sling that was added to the photo.   The version of the photo that Jerry presented makes this FACT very obvious.
I believe part of the sling got between Oswald's left hand and the rifle in CE-133A. Another portion of the sling is seen by the bolt action.



 
CE-133B
 
CE-133C

Other photos (above) show the full sling and its attachment points on the left side of the rifle, where both mounts were. CE-133A doesn't show the left side of the rifle. But there are in CE-133A what could be rope strands in the area of a metal band that went around the rifle's forestock. This band also supported a vertical metal loop that acted as the forward sling mount. Thus the forward end of the sling in CE-133A was tied to the sling mount but we can only see some loose rope strands that are beyond the knot.



Both sling mounts are on the left side of the rifle, as seen in this photo (below) of a Carcano which has a replica of the improvised leather sling that was found on the rifle in the Depository. This sling--the one in evidence--differs from the ad hoc rudimentary sling seen in the Backyard Photos.


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Re: Who Killed Kennedy
« Reply #27 on: December 06, 2018, 06:25:06 PM »
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I believe part of the sling got between Oswald's left hand and the rifle in CE-133A. Another portion of the sling is seen by the bolt action.



 
CE-133B
 
CE-133C

Other photos (above) show the full sling and its attachment points on the left side of the rifle, where both mounts were. CE-133A doesn't show the left side of the rifle. But there are in CE-133A what could be rope strands in the area of a metal band that went around the rifle's forestock. This band also supported a vertical metal loop that acted as the forward sling mount. Thus the forward end of the sling in CE-133A was tied to the sling mount but we can only see some loose rope strands that are beyond the knot.



Both sling mounts are on the left side of the rifle, as seen in this photo (below) of a Carcano which has a replica of the improvised leather sling that was found on the rifle in the Depository. This sling--the one in evidence--differs from the ad hoc rudimentary sling seen in the Backyard Photos.



Jerry, let's not attempt to confuse this very simple statement ( the photo that you presented)



This photo clearly shows that what an ignorant fool might believe is a sling , is in reality merely a addition to the photo to fool a sucker into believing that the rifle has a sling attached to it.   As you can see in the photo of the replica carcano the rear sling loop is only a couple inches from the butt plate of the rifle ....and the imaginary sling in the BY photo CE 133A would have to be attached about ten inches forward of the butt plate......

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« Reply #28 on: December 06, 2018, 10:24:09 PM »
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Jerry, let's not attempt to confuse this very simple statement ( the photo that you presented)

This photo clearly shows that what an ignorant fool might believe is a sling , is in reality merely a addition to the photo to fool a sucker into believing that the rifle has a sling attached to it.   As you can see in the photo of the replica carcano the rear sling loop is only a couple inches from the butt plate of the rifle ....and the imaginary sling in the BY photo CE 133A would have to be attached about ten inches forward of the butt plate......



We can see (because of the different angle in other photos) that the sling in 133A did go to tie at the area of the rear sling mount. Probably the sling was pinned between Oswald's upper thigh and the rifle in 133A. And so we end up only seeing a little loop of the sling hanging. Interesting the only photo showing the sling incomplete happens to be the only photo where the left side of the rifle is against Oswald's body. Poo-poo happens.

Note that in 133B and C the butt of the rifle is dragging onto his shirt, pinning fabric wrinkles. This means to me he's using his body to steady the rifle. In 133A he would be contacting the left side of the rifle against parts of his thigh and waist. A sling tied some ten inches from the butt plate would go around the stock itself and thus be visible when the right side can only be seen, as in 133A.

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« Reply #29 on: December 06, 2018, 11:00:53 PM »
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We can see (because of the different angle in other photos) that the sling in 133A did go to tie at the area of the rear sling mount. Probably the sling was pinned between Oswald's upper thigh and the rifle in 133A. And so we end up only seeing a little loop of the sling hanging. Interesting the only photo showing the sling incomplete happens to be the only photo where the left side of the rifle is against Oswald's body. Poo-poo happens.

Note that in 133B and C the butt of the rifle is dragging onto his shirt, pinning fabric wrinkles. This means to me he's using his body to steady the rifle. In 133A he would be contacting the left side of the rifle against parts of his thigh and waist. A sling tied some ten inches from the butt plate would go around the stock itself and thus be visible when the right side can only be seen, as in 133A.

Jerry the photo being discussed is CE 133A... The one that you posted...Now stop trying to introduce another photo   133c...

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