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Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: Back to the movies with Julia Postal
« Reply #220 on: February 15, 2020, 12:36:26 AM »
Whereas I don't believe Brewer saw Lee Harvey Oswald acting suspiciously or even saw him at all.
I think Johnny Brewer was directed to follow an individual that he was told sneaked into the theater. He did not get that good of look at him and that is why he didn't find him when he he first looked around. When the cops finally came, he was prompted to point out Oswald by this same individual. I still wonder what ever happened to the manager of that theater who left to go see what the cops were looking for. Why did he never show back up when the cops were all over his theater there?

I don't believe Brewer saw Lee Harvey Oswald acting suspiciously or even saw him at all.

IF??  IF??   Brewer saw Lee walk by his store, his tale about Him appearing scared simply clashes with all witnesses who recognized Lee Oswald and saw him after 12:30.   All of those who knew Lee by sight said that he acted completely normal.     Of course people like Brewer who want to convict Lee Oswald try to paint him as being scared and in flight......     

Offline Ted Shields

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Re: Back to the movies with Julia Postal
« Reply #221 on: February 15, 2020, 02:06:53 PM »
I don't believe Brewer saw Lee Harvey Oswald acting suspiciously or even saw him at all.

IF??  IF??   Brewer saw Lee walk by his store, his tale about Him appearing scared simply clashes with all witnesses who recognized Lee Oswald and saw him after 12:30.   All of those who knew Lee by sight said that he acted completely normal.     

"He looked like a maniac" is not completely normal.

Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: Back to the movies with Julia Postal
« Reply #222 on: February 15, 2020, 03:57:51 PM »
"He looked like a maniac" is not completely normal.
If you choose to accept the word of a senile old busybody ( Mary Bledsoe) ....then it's your problem to wrestle with.....  Mrs Bledsoe may not have been on Mc Watter's bus...   Because she said that the bus she was on passed through the intersection of Houston & Elm AFTER the yellow barricade tapes were up ....And she saw the police taking a suspect away in handcuffs....   These events happened happened at about 1:00 O'clock.

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Re: Back to the movies with Julia Postal
« Reply #223 on: February 15, 2020, 05:08:10 PM »
Lee wasn't "in flight".... He knew the plan called for him to meet his  FBI handler in the Theater.   And that's where he was going.

When Ian Griggs talked to Johnny Brewer in 1996,  Griggs asked Brewer this question: So you asked Julie to contact the police and tell them what? 

Brewer replied:...Just that there was a suspicious person in there.   I still had no reason to have somebody call the police.  I'm not sure what the hell I'm doing here to start with. 

He hadn't seen the "frightened man" in the theater when he and Butch Burroughs searched the theater just minutes earlier....So why would he tell Julia Postal to call the police???

I'm not sure what the hell I'm doing here to start with. ...... John Calvin Brewer

Brewer told Ian Griggs that he was confused about "what the hell he was doing there in the theater, and telling Julia Postal to call the police....

IOW....  Brewer didn't know how he had got involved.....    We know that he didn't hear any radio report about an officer being shot in the area.   So WHAT caused him to leave his store and investigate the man that he said walked by his store.   

A theory for consideration.....  Is it possible that an FBI agent visited Brewers store on Friday morning and showed Brewer a photo of Lee Oswald and asked if he had seen this man ?      ????.....    If so.... then Brewer would have been alert to the fact that the FBI was looking for Oswald, so when Lee walked by Brewer wanted to see where he went, so he could notify the police.    I believe that Lee was supposed to meet his FBI handler in the Theater....and Lee would probably walk by Brewer's shoe store on the way to the theater.    So that FBI man could easily have alerted Brewer to be on the lookout for the fugitive  ...... 

I would remind those who doubt .... That at 2:45 pm 11/22/63,  FBI agent James Hosty told DPD Detective Jack Revill  that " A communist named Lee Harvey Oswald had killed the President"         (This happened less than an hour after Lee was dragged from the Texas theater. )  There had been NO investigation at all and yet Hosty was sent to the DPD by Hoover to sit in on the interrogation of Oswald.

It seems clear that Hoover was the puppet master who was controlling the puppets......

It should be obvious that Hosty knew that Lee Oswald was the sucker who was going to be blamed for the murder.....
« Last Edit: February 15, 2020, 09:27:50 PM by Walt Cakebread »

 

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