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Author Topic: CBS News Inquiry 1967 - Warren Report (Dan Rather carries a rifle package)  (Read 3421 times)

Online John Iacoletti

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LOL.  Yes, just a couple of good old boys who didn't have access to a radio, TV or newspaper reporting the most important news event of that week.  Had no clue the president was coming.  And I suppose no one at work discussed the fact all week that the president's motorcade was coming right by their building.

Your appeal to personal incredulity is yet another logical fallacy.

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  Ruth Paine even confirms that she mentioned the president's visit to Oswald.

Mrs. PAINE - I was turned part way toward the door. He was coming in, having just entered the door and in front of this loud speaker to which I refer.
Mr. JENNER - What was the loud speaker?
Mrs. PAINE - The loud speaker is part of the Hi-Fi set. It stands--it is a big thing.
Mr. JENNER - Did something occur at that moment?
Mrs. PAINE - And it was at that time that I said to him "Our President is coming to town. "I believe I said it in Russian, our President is coming to town in Russian.
Mr. JENNER - And you gave us his response yesterday but. you might do it again.
Mrs. PAINE - He said "Uh, yeah" and brushed on by me, walked on past.

I guess the part about "driving right by your building" got lost in the translation from Russian.   ::)

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Frazier even says in one of these interviews that he is the person who approaches Truly with a request that the employees be allowed to watch the motorcade after lunch.

Really?  Which one?  And this somehow tells you that he knew the motorcade would go down Elm Street prior to arriving at work?  And that he and Lee discussed it?

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  He is suddenly ablaze with interest at that point!  But maybe, perhaps, possibly, it can't be proved otherwise he lived in a cave that week and didn't have a clue.

So, your assumption is automatically correct until somebody proves you wrong.  How typical.

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Online John Iacoletti

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No one can prove Oswald owned the Carcano unless one can produce a Bill of Sale from Alec Hidell* (rhymes with 'Fidel')

Never heard of him.  Or of any "bill of sale" in that name.

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Only in your world of circular arguments.

So far, Oswald seems to be the only one qualified to be surrounded, closed in, shut in, fenced in, walled in, hemmed in, locked in, cut off, confined.

Or otherwise encircled (if you will).
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Never heard of him.  Or of any "bill of sale" in that name.

Hint: Rhymes with 'Fidel'

Not that you're anal about Alec/Alex/Alek minutia. Or editing posts so as to hide the fact that someone would dare mock you.

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Not that you're anal about Alec/Alex/Alek minutia.

Sure, it's just "anal minutia" when you screw something up.

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Or editing posts so as to hide the fact that someone would dare mock you.

Huh?  Once again, no clue what you're talking about.

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