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Online Jerry Freeman

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Re: We need a fresh congressional inquiry into this crime
« Reply #10 on: December 30, 2018, 04:18:48 AM »
Does Eddie remind anyone else of james.m.crary ?

Offline Eddie Haymaker

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Re: We need a fresh congressional inquiry into this crime
« Reply #11 on: January 01, 2019, 01:53:13 AM »

It would be utterly humiliating for the federal government

to dig up that cemetery

thats why it wont ever happen

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« Reply #11 on: January 01, 2019, 01:53:13 AM »

Online Walt Cakebread

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Re: We need a fresh congressional inquiry into this crime
« Reply #12 on: January 02, 2019, 08:19:52 PM »
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It would be utterly humiliating for the federal government

to dig up that cemetery

thats why it wont ever happen

They covered up the crime....  Why would they want to uncover the treason,treachery, and perfidy??

PS... Mr Haymaker, I recall that you posted an opinion that you can accept that Lee Oswald murdered Officer JD Tippit but you cannot accept that he murdered John Kennedy.

Are you aware that the official tale says that the reason that the arch villain Lee Harrrrrvey Osssssswald ( BOOOOOOOO HISSSSSS !) shot Tippit was because he was a desperate fleeing assassin...and JD Tippit approached the evil fleeing desperado.

Never mind that Tippit was totally unprepared to arrest a fleeing desperado, and didn't request back up, or even have his revolver in his hand when he got out of his patrol car.......

Offline Eddie Haymaker

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Re: We need a fresh congressional inquiry into this crime
« Reply #13 on: January 03, 2019, 12:33:49 AM »

Several reasons I said that
Yes I do understand the very basic outline of the case
thank you

He try's to shoot an officer in the TT (the webbing on his hand saves him)
The timeline IS possible however unlikely (could have doesn't mean did)
The jacket bothers me
how could they know to frame him that he would be wearing it?
It is found before 1.30 pm (dispatch records)

IMO If he did shoot JD it wasn't to aid his escape
It was because JD was involved in some way (he went straight to him)

But even If he was innocent of the murders
He still serves 10-20 years for assault,resisting arrest and attempted murder of an officer
Even the most devout CT's must agree
no matter how you slice it he doesn't walk out of there

2 things I know for sure (MO)
He did not fire the shot that killed JFK
The WR was a cover up

I have promoted my own theories on this case but
purely hypothetical's

I cannot ignore evidence even If it detracts from my own theories
for If not, what are we doin here?


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Re: We need a fresh congressional inquiry into this crime
« Reply #13 on: January 03, 2019, 12:33:49 AM »

Offline Oscar Navarro

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Re: We need a fresh congressional inquiry into this crime
« Reply #14 on: January 03, 2019, 08:22:04 PM »
I'm sure that once the last .5% of the documents are released the smoking gun will be revealed and Congress will finally approve the $15 Billion needed for the border wall. 

Offline Eddie Haymaker

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Re: We need a fresh congressional inquiry into this crime
« Reply #15 on: January 03, 2019, 08:34:19 PM »

Well If trumpy wont release the files

no president will

(If the US state department did their job)

Oswald would never have been let back in to the US

"Well,I guess If we (CIA CI) can use him for something expendable"

"hell,let him in.we'll watch him"




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Online Walt Cakebread

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Re: We need a fresh congressional inquiry into this crime
« Reply #16 on: January 03, 2019, 09:49:20 PM »
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Several reasons I said that
Yes I do understand the very basic outline of the case
thank you

He try's to shoot an officer in the TT (the webbing on his hand saves him)
The timeline IS possible however unlikely (could have doesn't mean did)
The jacket bothers me
how could they know to frame him that he would be wearing it?
It is found before 1.30 pm (dispatch records)


IMO If he did shoot JD it wasn't to aid his escape
It was because JD was involved in some way (he went straight to him)

But even If he was innocent of the murders
He still serves 10-20 years for assault,resisting arrest and attempted murder of an officer
Even the most devout CT's must agree
no matter how you slice it he doesn't walk out of there

2 things I know for sure (MO)
He did not fire the shot that killed JFK
The WR was a cover up

I have promoted my own theories on this case but
purely hypothetical's

I cannot ignore evidence even If it detracts from my own theories
for If not, what are we doin here?

He try's to shoot an officer in the TT (the webbing on his hand saves him)

Common sense would tell you this isn't true.... He would have seen the police throughout the theater and if he had shot Tippit, he would have known to get rid of the gun immediately.....( put it on the floor and kick it away...) And if he had committed no crime ....  He would have known that the gun might get him in trouble so he would not have kept it....   Oh and did I mention that the killer didn't hesitate for a second when he shot Tippit...  If that killer had been Lee he Mc Donald wouldn't be alive to tell his lies...

The timeline IS possible however unlikely (could have doesn't mean did)

So you actually believe that Lee could have traveled the mile from the rooming house to the Tippit scene in the two minutes between 1:04 when Mres Roberts saw him at the rooming house and 1:06 when Helen Markham saw Tippit shot!

The jacket bothers me

Yes, It bothers me also....It was  GRAY  when the killer was wearing it but it was WHITE when it was turned into the crime lab

how could they know to frame him that he would be wearing it?

WAS HE WEARING A JACKET ??  .... Mrs Roberts was the ONLY witness who knew him that saw him after 1:00 pm....Could she have been mistaken about seeing him putting on a jacket?...Why would he want a Jacket on a warm sunny afternoon?  Is it possible that he was putting on a shirt?? IF IF mrs Roberts actually saw him donning an item of apparel ??

It is found before 1.30 pm (dispatch records)

I have never believed the Jacket story....  I suspect the cop who found it lifted it from the seat of the Oldsmobile and I believe that jacket had the owner's wallet in the pocket...

Offline Eddie Haymaker

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Re: We need a fresh congressional inquiry into this crime
« Reply #17 on: January 03, 2019, 10:05:13 PM »

Hey man

I'm the devils advocate aye - I dont believe that scenario myself

I'm just pointing out the evidence

Mrs Roberts evidence is quite good I'm afraid and no one (from either side) has really seriously challenged it.
She even describes him zipping it up as he left
Markham on the other hand is unreliable at best (as we have covered ad nauseam on this forum) as are most of the JD scene witnesses IMO.

IMO he walks south (he thinks about bussing into town to connect to another and ride out to Irving to check on his rifle and his family but thinks better of it)arriving at the TT before 1.20pm and goes no where near East 10th.Why ?its not on the way anywhere.If he was "cutting through" on his way to Jefferson why not walk straight south down Patton? Where would he have been heading down East 10th?



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Offline Oscar Navarro

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Re: We need a fresh congressional inquiry into this crime
« Reply #18 on: January 03, 2019, 10:22:19 PM »
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They covered up the crime....  Why would they want to uncover the treason,treachery, and perfidy??

PS... Mr Haymaker, I recall that you posted an opinion that you can accept that Lee Oswald murdered Officer JD Tippit but you cannot accept that he murdered John Kennedy.

Are you aware that the official tale says that the reason that the arch villain Lee Harrrrrvey Osssssswald ( BOOOOOOOO HISSSSSS !) shot Tippit was because he was a desperate fleeing assassin...and JD Tippit approached the evil fleeing desperado.

Never mind that Tippit was totally unprepared to arrest a fleeing desperado, and didn't request back up, or even have his revolver in his hand when he got out of his patrol car.......

Do police officers normally pull out their revolvers when in the process of questioning a suspect?

Offline Eddie Haymaker

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Re: We need a fresh congressional inquiry into this crime
« Reply #19 on: January 03, 2019, 10:25:39 PM »

This is weird

we all know he had his revolver drawn and it was found

under his body by first respondents

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