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Online Mike Orr

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There was No Roll Call at the TSBD !
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There was no roll call and on top of that, LHO was not the only TSBD employee who was not inside the TSBD after JFK was murdered.  1 . Jack Cason 2. Gloria Jean Holt 3. Sharon Simmons Nelson 4. Bonnie Richey 5. Carolyn Arnold 6. Mrs. Donald Baker 7. Judy Marie Johnson 8. Mrs. Stella Mae Jacob 9. Charles Givens 10. Virginia H. Brnum 11. Vida Lee Whatley 12. Warren Caster 13.Spauldin "Pud" Jones 14.Mrs. Helen Palmer 15.     7 employees did not go into work on Nov 22

Roy Truly says it was he who first notices Oswald is absent and draws that to the attention of the police .

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There was no roll call and on top of that, LHO was not the only TSBD employee who was not inside the TSBD after JFK was murdered.  1 . Jack Cason 2. Gloria Jean Holt 3. Sharon Simmons Nelson 4. Bonnie Richey 5. Carolyn Arnold 6. Mrs. Donald Baker 7. Judy Marie Johnson 8. Mrs. Stella Mae Jacob 9. Charles Givens 10. Virginia H. Brnum 11. Vida Lee Whatley 12. Warren Caster 13.Spauldin "Pud" Jones 14.Mrs. Helen Palmer 15.     7 employees did not go into work on Nov 22

Roy Truly says it was he who first notices Oswald is absent and draws that to the attention of the police .



And all these people immediately left the Dealey Plaza area, as one would expect an assassin to likely do? No.

Iím not interested in people who left the building to try to find out what happened and then decided to return inside. Nor in people who were not present in the building that day. Only in people who were present at the time of the shooting, not with others, left the building, and left the Dealey Plaza area, about as soon as possible. And only one person fits the bill.



And itís natural for Roy Truly to first think about Oswald. Oswald was the only one he vouched for. As soon as he found out that the shots were apparently fired from within his building, itís natural for him to think of Oswald. The worst-case scenario would be if the assassin turned out to be the one man he vouched for, causing a policeman who had drawn a gun on him to let him go. If the assassin turned out to be, letís say Lovelady, Roy Truly would not be in nearly such hot water.

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And all these people immediately left the Dealey Plaza area, as one would expect an assassin to likely do? No.

Iím not interested in people who left the building to try to find out what happened and then decided to return inside. Nor in people who were not present in the building that day. Only in people who were present at the time of the shooting, not with others, left the building, and left the Dealey Plaza area, about as soon as possible. And only one person fits the bill.



And itís natural for Roy Truly to first think about Oswald. Oswald was the only one he vouched for. As soon as he found out that the shots were apparently fired from within his building, itís natural for him to think of Oswald. The worst-case scenario would be if the assassin turned out to be the one man he vouched for, causing a policeman who had drawn a gun on him to let him go. If the assassin turned out to be, letís say Lovelady, Roy Truly would not be in nearly such hot water.

Mike should feel free to name anyone of these people as his shooter...

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And all these people immediately left the Dealey Plaza area, as one would expect an assassin to likely do? No.

Iím not interested in people who left the building to try to find out what happened and then decided to return inside. Nor in people who were not present in the building that day. Only in people who were present at the time of the shooting, not with others, left the building, and left the Dealey Plaza area, about as soon as possible. And only one person fits the bill.



And itís natural for Roy Truly to first think about Oswald. Oswald was the only one he vouched for. As soon as he found out that the shots were apparently fired from within his building, itís natural for him to think of Oswald. The worst-case scenario would be if the assassin turned out to be the one man he vouched for, causing a policeman who had drawn a gun on him to let him go. If the assassin turned out to be, letís say Lovelady, Roy Truly would not be in nearly such hot water.

Is that what Truly told the commission or did you make that up?

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And all these people immediately left the Dealey Plaza area, as one would expect an assassin to likely do? No.

Iím not interested in people who left the building to try to find out what happened and then decided to return inside. Nor in people who were not present in the building that day. Only in people who were present at the time of the shooting, not with others, left the building, and left the Dealey Plaza area, about as soon as possible. And only one person fits the bill.



And itís natural for Roy Truly to first think about Oswald. Oswald was the only one he vouched for. As soon as he found out that the shots were apparently fired from within his building, itís natural for him to think of Oswald. The worst-case scenario would be if the assassin turned out to be the one man he vouched for, causing a policeman who had drawn a gun on him to let him go. If the assassin turned out to be, letís say Lovelady, Roy Truly would not be in nearly such hot water.

And itís natural for Roy Truly to first think about Oswald. Oswald was the only one he vouched for. As soon as he found out that the shots were apparently fired from within his building, itís natural for him to think of Oswald.

Selfserving argument!

Having seen Oswald on the 2nd floor just seconds after the shooting could just as easily have given Truly the impression that Oswald probably wasn't the 6th floor shooter.

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Mike should feel free to name anyone of these people as his shooter...

Why....??     Who made the rule that the assassin had to be a TSBD employee??

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