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Offline Jon Banks

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Re: An opportunistic killer or a conspiracy to murder?
« Reply #20 on: January 31, 2019, 06:42:19 PM »
JFK?s visit to Dallas was first announced publicly in September 63? prior to Oswald?s bizarre and sudden visit to Mexico City
(plans to visit Dallas in the Fall of 63? began in the White House months earlier).

Details of the Dallas trip were being worked out with local Dallas authorities in early October 63? around the time Oswald returned to Dallas and got a job.

In 1960, JFK?s motorcade passed through Dealey Plaza. Most parades through Dallas used a similar route through Downtown.

Yes, all these events can be coincidental and JFK?s murder a crime of opportunity.

But there?s space for speculation about Conspiracy given that the Dallas trip had been publicized weeks prior.

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Re: An opportunistic killer or a conspiracy to murder?
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Online Eddie Haymaker

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Re: An opportunistic killer or a conspiracy to murder?
« Reply #21 on: October 19, 2019, 01:50:49 AM »
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"Yes, all these events can be coincidental and JFK?s murder a crime of opportunity."

you have got to be joking
the basic facts I have laid out on this thread
exonerate LHO as being a lone gunman

If he had done this crime
like every infamous assassin in history
he would have proudly proclaimed why and how he did it
he looked confused - he was confused

he was setup by the city of dallas.
who operated out of the TSD
so he was working for the city of dallas
who had advanced knowledge of the route?
the city of dallas
the DPD is run by?
the city of dallas
who ran the city of dallas?
the mayor's office
who was mayor?

Earle Cabell - HUGE JFK fan




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