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Online Colin Crow

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« Reply #50 on: May 16, 2019, 04:10:35 AM »
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Were both ends of CE142 folded over and sealed to contain the disassembled carcano? If so does anyone have any pictures of the bag that demonstrate that was the case?

Anyone?

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Offline Rob Caprio

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« Reply #51 on: May 16, 2019, 05:11:35 PM »
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Even the most outlandish fringe kook shouldn't use terms like "NO evidence."  It's not only embarrassing but dishonest.  Oswald's rifle, bullet casings, prints, lies, absence of an alibi, flight, and resisting arrest are classic examples of evidence in a crime.  In fact, it's difficult to imagine what more evidence there could be. Perhaps you can enlighten us, though, as to what evidence is missing from the record relating to Oswald's guilt.  While you are at it, maybe cite us to the "evidence" that links someone else to this crime.  Use the same impossible, subjective interpretation of that term that you apply in the case of Oswald.   Good luck. 

btw:  how is the search going for that dead SS agent?  You must be spending countless hours going through the short list of agents to find the one who disappeared from history after 11.22.  I know you want to solve the case and wouldn't just post a claim that you believe is baseless but go the extra mile to find the truth.  Inspiring.

What's embarrassing is your inability to cite the evidence that you claim supports your contention that LHO shot JFK, JBC and JDT. Let's do it one piece at a time. Cite what you think links LHO to the rifle in terms of ownership.

I don't have to search for anything as three media sources CONFIRMED that a SS agent was killed. *You* claimed it was all a mistake without supporting that in the least. This is typical for you.
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Re: Rolling Readers & Murdered Leaders
« Reply #52 on: May 16, 2019, 05:29:27 PM »
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And your series was removed because you were hogging the front pages. Duncan clearly explained that to you.




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My series was removed because it made the lies of the official narrative defenders much more difficult to get away with.




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Re: Rolling Readers & Murdered Leaders
« Reply #53 on: May 17, 2019, 07:46:24 AM »
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You claim that LHO was a killer. Now support it.

My series was removed because it made the lies of the official narrative defenders much more difficult to get away with.

If you don't even know who the expert was you shouldn't be discussing this issue.

I'm 100% sure that Oswald probably did it.

Your series was removed because you broke forum rules.

Where exactly are you 'discussing' this issue? By refusing to repost your claims? And it's a resounding NO regarding Day and/or Studebaker as the expert(s) you are referring to, then? God forbid you should correct that.
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« Reply #54 on: May 17, 2019, 10:15:09 PM »
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I'm 100% sure that Oswald probably did it.

Your series was removed because you broke forum rules.

Where exactly are you 'discussing' this issue. By refusing to repost your claims? And it's a resounding NO regarding Day & Studebaker as the expert you are referring to then? God forbid you should correct that.

Hi Bill, you won't be getting an answer to that question any time soon. See the post before yours...Caprio's been suspended AGAIN. LOL  :D :D

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Re: Rolling Readers & Murdered Leaders
« Reply #55 on: May 18, 2019, 01:22:01 AM »


And yet another meaningless coincidence that the corner of the bag where the rifle fore-stock would have been, has the most severe wrinkles.


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« Reply #56 on: May 18, 2019, 01:49:39 AM »
Mr. EISENBERG. Mr. Cadigan, did you notice when you looked at the bag whether there were---that is the bag found on the sixth floor, Exhibit 142--whether it had any bulges or unusual creases?
Mr. CADIGAN. I was also requested at that time to examine the bag to determine if there were any significant markings or scratches or abrasions or anything by which it could be associated with the rifle, Commission Exhibit 139, that is, could I find any markings that I could tie to that rifle.
Mr. EISENBERG. Yes?
Mr. CADIGAN. And I couldn't find any such markings.
Mr. EISENBERG. Now, was there an absence of markings which would be inconsistent with the rifle having been carried in the bag?
Mr. CADIGAN. No; I don't see actually, I don't know the condition of the rifle. If it were in fact contained in this bag, it could have been wrapped in cloth or just the metal parts wrapped in a thick layer of cloth, or if the gun was in the bag, perhaps it wasn't moved too much. I did observe some scratch marks and abrasions but was unable to associate them with this gun. The scratch marks in the paper could come from any place. They could have come from many places. There were no marks on this bag that I could say were caused by that rifle or any other rifle or any other given instrument.

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« Reply #57 on: May 18, 2019, 01:52:48 AM »
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Hi Bill, you won't be getting an answer to that question any time soon. See the post before yours...Caprio's been suspended AGAIN. LOL  :D :D

Do the drawings accurately depict each and every wrinkle in the bag, or at least come reasonably close?

(Just wondering)

-- MWT  :)

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« Reply #58 on: May 18, 2019, 03:50:38 AM »
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And yet another meaningless coincidence that the corner of the bag where the rifle fore-stock would have been, has the most severe wrinkles.



Nice graphic work (as usual) Jerry. The images are illuminating. In the 1967 CBS Investigation of the Warren Report: A scrunched area at the top of the bag corresponds with the way Dan Rather closed it tight to demonstrate how Oswald could have carried it. If Oswald had carried the bottom of the bag cupped in the palm of his hand and the top through his armpit forward of his body: It explains why Buell Frazier failed to see the narrower (scrunched) portion of the bag above his shoulder.
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« Reply #59 on: May 18, 2019, 04:35:20 AM »
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Nice graphic work (as usual) Jerry. The images are illuminating. In the 1967 CBS Investigation of the Warren Report: A scrunched area at the top of the bag corresponds with the way Dan Rather closed it tight to demonstrate how Oswald could have carried it. If Oswald had carried the bottom of the bag cupped in the palm of his hand and the top through his armpit forward of his body: It explains why Buell Frazier failed to see the narrower (scrunched) portion of the bag above his shoulder.

Above his shoulder, or above his armpit?

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