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Online Tim Nickerson

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« Reply #80 on: Today at 03:04:19 AM »

 Not entirely. I at least went back and restarted reading from post #1 and saw what was and what might have been.
According to the linked memo authored by SA Warner of the Secret Service ... https://i.imgur.com/rk20BhI.jpg
The stretcher in question "was left unattended for approx one hour" according... to the statement to him by attendant Tomlinson.
That is a long time :-\

About an hour. I doubt that it was that long but one can't blame Tomlinson for not keeping track of time. It's not important. What matters is that Tomlinson said that he found the bullet on that stretcher.

 
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Hospital security Wright's statement according to... https://imgur.com/CIn10To  stated that "It could not be determined who used that stretcher." Further stating that "The attached bullet was received about 5 minutes before Mrs Kennedy departed for the airport."
It was not far at all from Parkland to Love Field. LBJ was sworn in at 2:38 [Dallas time]
Wright said that the bullet "was attached" ... to what? Any clue?

That's not Wright's statement. It's SS Agent Richard Johnsen's statement. He had received the bullet from Wright and was relaying what Wright had told him. At the time that Wright handed the bullet over to Johnsen ,he would not have known who had been on the stretcher. Neither would Tomlinson have known for that matter. All that Tomlinson knew is that he had pulled the stretcher off of the elevator. Johnsen typed up that note and attached it to an envelop that contained the bullet. Hence the "attached expended bullet". Johnsen passed the envelop containing the bullet with attached note over to SS Agent James Rowley who then gave it to FBI agent Elmer Todd. Finally, Todd gave it to FBI Agent Robert Frazier. Here is the envelop that contained the bullet:


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Online Martin Weidmann

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« Reply #81 on: Today at 05:58:02 AM »
You keep saying essentially the same shit over and over again. I've asked you at least three times to explain and defend your statements on the Single bullet theory. Yes it's a theory. So is the Newtonian theory of gravity. You called the Single bullet magic and miraculous. You called the Single bullet theory asinine. Now, you've up it to the SBT being the stupidest theory ever devised. One more time, what is it about the single bullet that would require it to have been magical? What exactly is it about the Single Bullet theory that makes it asinine, let alone the stupidest theory ever devised? Put up or shut up.

Yes it's a theory. So is the Newtonian theory of gravity.

The only difference is that Newton's theory has been proven correct time and time again.... The SBT has been proven at all!

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« Reply #82 on: Today at 01:24:51 PM »
Yes it's a theory. So is the Newtonian theory of gravity.

The only difference is that Newton's theory has been proven correct time and time again.... The SBT has been proven at all!

The SBT has really been established as the Single Bullet fact in the minds of most who have studied it.  Of course, there will always be deniers but that goes with everything. The SBT fits. Nothing else does. At least not credibly anyway.
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