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Offline John Iacoletti

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Re: Rifle man Warren Caster's son was chosen by Lyndon Johnson
« Reply #100 on: April 03, 2018, 01:19:30 AM »
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Oswald was showing foreknowledge of the event.  You don't have to believe me. Check the history books and read it for yourself.

LOL.  "History books" aren't any better at mind reading than you are.  You're speculating that leaving his ring and money showed foreknowledge of the event because you want it to mean something significant.  And because you need to pad your evidence because you really don't have much.  You're making a moronic prosecuting attorney argument.  You can't argue the facts, so you have to resort to cheap rhetoric.

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Re: Rifle man Warren Caster's son was chosen by Lyndon Johnson
« Reply #100 on: April 03, 2018, 01:19:30 AM »


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Re: Rifle man Warren Caster's son was chosen by Lyndon Johnson
« Reply #101 on: April 03, 2018, 03:44:56 AM »
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Rob Caprio wrote:...."Walt is most certainly a LNer."

This statement  of and by its self stamps Rob as totally irrational.....Only an irrational loon would believe that I'm a supporter of the tale that was handed to us by LBJ's Special Select Blue Ribbon Cover Up Committee...

Your actions, NOT your empty claims, prove this. You're irrational if you think it is not obvious.

🖐 Bye.

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Re: Rifle man Warren Caster's son was chosen by Lyndon Johnson
« Reply #102 on: April 03, 2018, 02:07:50 PM »
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LOL.  "History books" aren't any better at mind reading than you are.  You're speculating that leaving his ring and money showed foreknowledge of the event because you want it to mean something significant.  And because you need to pad your evidence because you really don't have much.  You're making a moronic prosecuting attorney argument.  You can't argue the facts, so you have to resort to cheap rhetoric.

I'll take the history books (as written by legitimate historians) over the opinions of a lazy, half baked, dishonest Internet kook.  Your use of the word "speculation" is amusing.  Oswald left a large amount of money with his wife on the morning of the assassination.  He left his wedding ring for the only time.   Even his presence there on a Thursday was unexpected and out of the norm.  To suggest that all these actions were just the product of bad luck or ordinary behavior on Oswald's part is laughable and untrue.  Particularly in light of the totality of evidence that links him to this crime.  Can you name someone else whose rifle was found in the TSBD who left their wedding ring and money with their wife that morning or not?   Whose prints were also found on the SN boxes and bag?  Who fled the crime, got a pistol and killed a police officer and then lied about ownership of a rifle and carrying a long package to work that morning etc. 

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Re: Rifle man Warren Caster's son was chosen by Lyndon Johnson
« Reply #103 on: April 03, 2018, 03:37:19 PM »
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I'll take the history books (as written by legitimate historians) over the opinions of a lazy, half baked, dishonest Internet kook.  Your use of the word "speculation" is amusing.  Oswald left a large amount of money with his wife on the morning of the assassination.  He left his wedding ring for the only time.   Even his presence there on a Thursday was unexpected and out of the norm.  To suggest that all these actions were just the product of bad luck or ordinary behavior on Oswald's part is laughable and untrue.  Particularly in light of the totality of evidence that links him to this crime.  Can you name someone else whose rifle was found in the TSBD who left their wedding ring and money with their wife that morning or not?   Whose prints were also found on the SN boxes and bag?  Who fled the crime, got a pistol and killed a police officer and then lied about ownership of a rifle and carrying a long package to work that morning etc.

I'll take the history books (as written by legitimate historians)

Psssst Richie....The "winners" are always the " legitimate historians" who write the history books...... And simple minded suckers believe those books.

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Re: Rifle man Warren Caster's son was chosen by Lyndon Johnson
« Reply #104 on: April 03, 2018, 05:15:25 PM »
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I'll take the history books (as written by legitimate historians) over the opinions of a lazy, half baked, dishonest Internet kook.

I'll take logic and the scientific method over the opinions of a lazy, half baked, dishonest Internet kook about the ability of "legitimate historians" to read minds of dead people.

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Your use of the word "speculation" is amusing.

That's exactly what it is, despite your attempts to justify it.

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  Oswald left a large amount of money with his wife on the morning of the assassination.  He left his wedding ring for the only time.   Even his presence there on a Thursday was unexpected and out of the norm.

And this proves that he killed somebody...how exactly?

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  To suggest that all these actions were just the product of bad luck or ordinary behavior on Oswald's part is laughable and untrue.

Strawman Smith strikes again.

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  Particularly in light of the totality of evidence that links him to this crime.

If you think that other evidence links him to this crime, then by all means present it.  But *this* particular "evidence" does not.

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  Can you name someone else whose rifle was found in the TSBD who left their wedding ring and money with their wife that morning or not?

Here's the problem.  "whose rifle was found in the TSBD" is just a claim, it's not evidence.  You're full of claims about the evidence.

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   Whose prints were also found on the SN boxes and bag?

His job was to get books out of boxes.  There's no evidence that CE142 was in the SN when it was first found or that Oswald carried it into the building, or that a rifle was ever in it.

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Who fled the crime,

"Fled" is an assumption.

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got a pistol and killed a police officer and then lied about ownership of a rifle etc.

Also assumptions.

In fact your entire case is based on speculation and assumption.

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Re: Rifle man Warren Caster's son was chosen by Lyndon Johnson
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Re: Rifle man Warren Caster's son was chosen by Lyndon Johnson
« Reply #105 on: April 03, 2018, 05:32:48 PM »
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I'll take logic and the scientific method over the opinions of a lazy, half baked, dishonest Internet kook about the ability of "legitimate historians" to read minds of dead people.

That's exactly what it is, despite your attempts to justify it.

And this proves that he killed somebody...how exactly?

Strawman Smith strikes again.

If you think that other evidence links him to this crime, then by all means present it.  But *this* particular "evidence" does not.

Here's the problem.  "whose rifle was found in the TSBD" is just a claim, it's not evidence.  You're full of claims about the evidence.

His job was to get books out of boxes.  There's no evidence that CE142 was in the SN when it was first found or that Oswald carried it into the building, or that a rifle was ever in it.

"Fled" is an assumption.

Also assumptions.

In fact your entire case is based on speculation and assumption.

That's it. It's all over now.

Poor dumb cop.

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Re: Rifle man Warren Caster's son was chosen by Lyndon Johnson
« Reply #106 on: April 03, 2018, 08:19:03 PM »
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That's it. It's all over now.

Poor dumb cop.

That's it. It's all over now.

Poor dumb Chappie

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Re: Rifle man Warren Caster's son was chosen by Lyndon Johnson
« Reply #106 on: April 03, 2018, 08:19:03 PM »