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Online Bill Chapman

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Re: Matthew Smith The Second Plot
« Reply #10 on: January 21, 2019, 08:37:11 PM »
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I've noticed that you really have no flair for awareness anyway ;)

I'm aware that no one has yet to name a shooter to supplant the current prime suspect

Additionally, perhaps you can help me arrive at a state of complete and everlasting awareness by providing the names of those who knew there was to be an attempt made on Kennedy that day.
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Re: Matthew Smith The Second Plot
« Reply #11 on: January 22, 2019, 12:53:27 AM »
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I'm aware that no one has yet to name a shooter to supplant the current prime suspect Additionally, perhaps you can help me arrive at a state of complete and everlasting awareness by providing the names of those who knew there was to be an attempt made on Kennedy that day.
...perhaps you can help me arrive at a state of complete and everlasting awareness...
"Complete and everlasting"? I really don't think that's possible. I'll leave that to a higher authority. I predict that perhaps someday..you might fall for an even bigger lie.
 
 

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Online Bill Chapman

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Re: Matthew Smith The Second Plot
« Reply #12 on: January 22, 2019, 03:22:47 AM »
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...perhaps you can help me arrive at a state of complete and everlasting awareness...
"Complete and everlasting"? I really don't think that's possible. I'll leave that to a higher authority. I predict that perhaps someday..you might fall for an even bigger lie.

Blahblahblah

In the meantime, I await confirmation that anyone other than the shooter knew an attempt was going to be made on Kennedy that day.

Until then, you lot are just screwin' the pooch.

Dirty Harvey: Smith, Wesson... and Lee.  ;) Dirty Harvey: Smith, Wesson... and Lee.  ;)  Dirty Harvey: Smith, Wesson... and Lee.  ;)   Dirty Harvey: Smith, Wesson... and Lee.  ;)  Dirty Harvey: Smith, Wesson... and Lee;) 

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Re: Matthew Smith The Second Plot
« Reply #13 on: February 09, 2019, 08:44:22 PM »
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In the meantime, I await confirmation that anyone other than the shooter knew an attempt was going to be made on Kennedy that day. 
I still don't see any conformation that Oswald the sole assassin. El Chappo is a lost cause so this is for those with collective wits..........
From ERRORS AND OMISSIONS IN GUS RUSSO'S BOOK LIVE BY THE SWORD Michael T. Griffith

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Russo says that at least once in all the series in the various "Oswald" rifle tests, at least one rifleman was able to score two hits (p. 477). This is incorrect. In the CBS rifle test, not one of the eleven expert shooters scored two hits on the first attempt, and seven of them failed to do so on any attempt. This is especially revealing because the CBS test was the most realistic to date. The test used a moving target sled and a 60-foot tower. The test fairly closely simulated the conditions under which Oswald would have had to fire. And, as mentioned, not one of the expert riflemen in the test scored two hits on his first attempt, and seven of them failed to do so on any attempt, even though, unlike Oswald, the CBS shooters fired nine practice rounds prior to the test and were not required to fire through a half-open window in a cramped area.

  Russo says the marksmen in the Warren Commission's (WC) rifle tests "came close" to duplicating the WC's version of Oswald's feat, i.e., two hits out of three shots in 5.6 seconds (p. 476). One wonders how Russo is defining "close" here. The three Master-rated riflemen who took part in the tests missed the head and neck area of the target boards 20 out of 21 times! And this, even though the target boards were stationary, even though the riflemen were firing from only a 30-foot elevation, and even though two of the riflemen took longer than 6 seconds to fire. None of the WC's rifle tests involved moving targets or firing from the same elevation from which Oswald supposedly fired.

  Russo says "the most impressive" Oswald rifle simulation was the one performed in 1994 by Todd Wayne Vaughan (p. 476). But Vaughan didn't use a moving target and not once did he get off three shots in less than 6 seconds. Furthermore, on the day of the test, Vaughan fired fourteen shots prior to starting the test, a luxury Oswald would not have had. Nor did Vaughan fire from an elevation, as Oswald would have had to do. 
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If people stop their ears and shut their eyes..then no-- they won't discover the rumors of any plot.
 
 

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Re: Matthew Smith The Second Plot
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Re: Matthew Smith The Second Plot
« Reply #14 on: February 10, 2019, 03:14:59 AM »
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Blahblahblah

In the meantime, I await confirmation that anyone other than the shooter knew an attempt was going to be made on Kennedy that day.

Until then, you lot are just screwin' the pooch.

Dirty Harvey: Smith, Wesson... and Lee.  ;) Dirty Harvey: Smith, Wesson... and Lee.  ;)  Dirty Harvey: Smith, Wesson... and Lee.  ;)   Dirty Harvey: Smith, Wesson... and Lee.  ;)  Dirty Harvey: Smith, Wesson... and Lee;) 

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Ok, now you think LHO used a Smith and Wesson? What is wrong with you?

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Re: Matthew Smith The Second Plot
« Reply #15 on: February 10, 2019, 09:38:19 PM »
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Ok, now you think LHO used a Smith and Wesson? What is wrong with you?

Poor dumb cop..

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Re: Matthew Smith The Second Plot
« Reply #16 on: February 10, 2019, 10:10:25 PM »
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Poor dumb cop..

Poor dumb Chap.

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Re: Matthew Smith The Second Plot
« Reply #17 on: February 10, 2019, 10:23:36 PM »
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I'm aware that no one has yet to name a shooter to supplant the current prime suspect

Additionally, perhaps you can help me arrive at a state of complete and everlasting awareness by providing the names of those who knew there was to be an attempt made on Kennedy that day.

No one has to name a shooter. You have to show with evidence that it was LHO as you claim. Well?

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Re: Matthew Smith The Second Plot
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Re: Matthew Smith The Second Plot
« Reply #18 on: February 10, 2019, 10:30:37 PM »
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Poor dumb cop..
Billy, try to say something intelligent instead of trying to become the world record holder of changing the subject

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Re: Matthew Smith The Second Plot
« Reply #19 on: February 10, 2019, 11:49:17 PM »
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Ok, now you think LHO used a Smith and Wesson? What is wrong with you?

" Lee Harvey Oswald was carrying a re-chambered Victory Model when he was apprehended on November 22, 1963"

"Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested as a suspect in the Tippit shooting shortly before 2 p.m., (16) November 22. Apprehended after a scuffle in the Texas theater, he was carrying a Smith and Wesson revolver modified to fire .38 special caliber ammunition."

"The snub-nosed Smith & Wesson "Victory" Model .38 Special revolver, serial number V510210, that Oswald had in his hand when he was arrested in a movie theater eighty minutes after the assassination"
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