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Offline Denis Morissette

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Re: Which Station Waggon's Featured on 11/22/63?
« Reply #10 on: January 27, 2018, 05:53:59 AM »
Nine pieces of evidence show that a Mauser was found first. People like Walt, LNers, always deny this because it in and of itself points to a conspiracy.

Weitzman had more than a glance at the weapon as claimed too.

You have an image of the Mauser for us? I have several of the Carcanno. :) If Boone found the Mauser, then who found the Carcanno?

Online Walt Cakebread

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Re: Which Station Waggon's Featured on 11/22/63?
« Reply #11 on: January 27, 2018, 01:20:43 PM »
Nine pieces of evidence show that a Mauser was found first. People like Walt, LNers, always deny this because it in and of itself points to a conspiracy.

Weitzman had more than a glance at the weapon as claimed too.

 People like Walt, LNers, always deny this because it in and of itself points to a conspiracy.

Some folks don't have the ability to reason for themselves.....(LNer's for example)  Those folks will often grasp at some solution that they believe provides an  answer to a problem that they simply don't have the ability to solve for themselves.

Thus some folks still cling to the silly idea that it was a mauser that was found where it had been WELL HIDDEN beneath heavy boxes of books on the sixth floor...And, I might add at a location that could NOT  have been easily reached by a fleeing assassin.  ( the location of the rifle was too far from the aisle to be reached by a 5' 9" man) 

But that's getting away from the fact that as much as I'd like to believe Roger Craig's tales.....I cannot.

Offline Lee Wotton

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Re: Which Station Waggon's Featured on 11/22/63?
« Reply #12 on: January 27, 2018, 03:14:36 PM »
Thanks all for your posts.  I have two immediate points:

- I've read Roger Craig's book that was weirdly unpublished because no one would publish it (sound familiar?).  Without dispute is the fact that he lost his job and had a number of attempts on his life before supposedly killing himself with a shotgun to the chest??  I mean who kills themselves like that?  My point is I haven't seen a jot of cited evidence on here that points to him lying or being unreliable??

- Secondly the FBI took the rifle away and found no prints on it so who knows what happened to that and indeed how many rifles were actually found that day?

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Re: Which Station Waggon's Featured on 11/22/63?
« Reply #13 on: January 27, 2018, 04:53:40 PM »
Thanks Tom,  Wasn't that the Mr Fritz who was so good he didn't have to take any interrogation notes or afford Oswald his legal rights?  For someone who had a great memory it wasn't that great when it came to WC questions.  There was a SS agent at the initial interrogations for some reason and I would wager this was Charlie Kunkel and he instructed Fritz not to record anything and not allow Oswald his legal rights.

After all the SS were not good at following the letter of the law that day with avoiding the Texas post mortem of JFK's body etc.

The SS at the time came under the jurisdiction of the Treasury.  JFK had given notice that the National Reserve, a private profit making organisation, was to ultimately lose its commission on generating US bank notes.  All part of the high Cabal

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Re: Which Station Waggon's Featured on 11/22/63?
« Reply #14 on: January 27, 2018, 05:43:55 PM »
Thanks all for your posts.  I have two immediate points:

- I've read Roger Craig's book that was weirdly unpublished because no one would publish it (sound familiar?). 


CT books to LN books have a disproportionate ratio in favor of the kooks.

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Without dispute is the fact that he lost his job and had a number of attempts on his life before supposedly killing himself with a shotgun to the chest??  I mean who kills themselves like that?  My point is I haven't seen a jot of cited evidence on here that points to him lying or being unreliable??


The shotgun wound was to the Craig's shoulder and happened six months before his suicide. Craig died from a self-inflicted rifle wound just below the right clavicle area. His blood alcohol content was 0.3 (.08 is legal limit in most states).

Roger Craig: Mysterious Death?

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- Secondly the FBI took the rifle away and found no prints on it so who knows what happened to that and indeed how many rifles were actually found that day?

They found partial prints on the C2766 rifle. Not enough to attempt a viable lift and/or make a comparison with enough "points".

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Re: Which Station Waggon's Featured on 11/22/63?
« Reply #15 on: January 28, 2018, 02:20:42 AM »
  .....before supposedly killing himself with a shotgun to the chest??  I mean who kills themselves like that? 




The typical entrance wound sites in suicides were the temple (36%), mouth (20%), forehead (11%) and left chest (15%)
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00414-002-0325-8



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Re: Which Station Waggon's Featured on 11/22/63?
« Reply #16 on: January 28, 2018, 02:35:18 AM »
Typical LNer 💩 response.



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Re: Which Station Waggon's Featured on 11/22/63?
« Reply #17 on: January 28, 2018, 02:50:44 AM »
Images don't show when a weapon was discovered. They also can't preclude other weapons from being found.

Where is your evidence showing how the Carcano made its way into the TSBD?



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Where is your evidence showing how the Carcano made its way into the TSBD?

Bingo, you have absolutely no evidence that any conspirators smuggled a Carcano, Mauser or any other type of rifle onto the 6th floor, it's been 54 years and your whole case is nothing without this evidence.
Whereas we have Oswald's rifle at his work with his prints and matching fibers, the rifle was filmed as it was recovered on the 6th floor and Oswald's lies about where he put the package and the contents of the package and his flight from the scene of the crime and the killing of a cop are all very powerful evidence, as they say in the classics, Case Closed!



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Offline John Anderson

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Re: Which Station Waggon's Featured on 11/22/63?
« Reply #18 on: January 28, 2018, 03:51:15 AM »
Typical LNer 💩 response.

Typical bollocks response from you. You've been spouting the same crud for years.
Craig was about as credible as James Files.

Offline Denis Morissette

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Re: Which Station Waggon's Featured on 11/22/63?
« Reply #19 on: January 28, 2018, 04:40:04 AM »
Images don't show when a weapon was discovered. They also can't preclude other weapons from being found.

Where is your evidence showing how the Carcano made its way into the TSBD?

At least, I have lots of images showing a Carcanno. You have zero of them. For the Warren Commission, both Boone and Weizmann put an arrow where the rifle they saw was. They used the same photo, and their arrows point to the same spot. Then that means that the Mauser would have been found at the same place and time as the Carcanno. I talked to at least 6 people who were there. None remembers 2 rifles found. This issue was resolved 50 years ago!

 

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