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Author Topic: If Oswald Was The Assassin, Did He Plan His Escape From The TSBD Very Well?  (Read 14673 times)

Online Thomas Graves

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Seems to me he did, especially if he bought the Coke beforehand in order to use it as a prop all the way, if necessary.

Carrying the already-opened Coke, get to the Second Floor Lunch Room and hang out there, expecting to be encountered ("No, I didn't hear any shots," or "I work here"), when they leave, walk through Mrs. Reid's office to its front door and exit through it, walk down the wooden steps to the front floor, maybe hang out in the "lobby" for a few seconds, then walk to the rear of the building and exit it through the loading dock door.

Instead of looking suspicious by immediately walking or running away from the building, walk along the side of the building towards the front (as alleged by B. W. F.), cross over to the other side of the street, ... and, well, "take it from there".

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Offline Bill Chapman

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Seems to me he did, especially if he bought the Coke beforehand in order to use it as a prop all the way, if necessary.

Carrying the already-opened Coke, get to the Second Floor Lunch Room and hang out there, expecting to be encountered ("No, I didn't hear any shots," or "I work here"), when they leave, walk through Mrs. Reid's office to its front door and exit through it, walk down the wooden steps to the front floor, maybe hang out in the "lobby" for a few seconds, then walk to the rear of the building and exit it through the loading dock door.

Instead of looking suspicious by immediately walking or running away from the building, walk along the side of the building towards the front (as alleged by B. W. F.), cross over to the other side of the street, ... and, well, "take it from there".

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The little twerp winged it from the get-go
@Tippit/Brewer/TT was his undoing

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Online Thomas Graves

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The little twerp winged it from the get-go
@Tippit/Brewer/TT was his undoing

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How do you know he didn't plan it out as best he could?

His escape from the building, that is?

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~~If Oswald Was The Assassin, Did He Plan His Escape From The TSBD Very Well?~~

If graves was a real researcher, would he have to ask more questions than he answers?

Dear rinaldi,

Are you a "real researcher," or just an "Oswald Was Innocent -- I Hate the CIA and Adore the KGB" troll?

--  MWT  ;)

PS  Did you or your parents used to read Paese Sera, by any chance?

How many times have you watched JFK, now?
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graves: "If 6 was 9, what effect would it have on world time?"  :'(

That's about the gist and the meat of your "JFK Studies"

Dear rinaldi,

Your envy betrays you.

Fly on, little Far-Left-Winger.

I got some Voodoo to work here, Chile.

I shall Return.

Load up your next Slight, dude.

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History shows us Oswald had no escape plan. In fact, Oswald’s behavior on the day of the event imo shows Oswald never expected to survive the day. Why would he care? He had little left in his life to live for. Study Oswald’s life. It’s a logical conclusion.

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History shows us Oswald had no escape plan. In fact, Oswald’s behavior on the day of the event imo shows Oswald never expected to survive the day. Why would he care? He had little left in his life to live for. Study Oswald’s life. It’s a logical conclusion.

What specific "history" that day or any other day are you referring to?

His leaving the dough and the ring at Ruthie's?

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Offline Jim Brunsman

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 What about the time between the assassination and the encounter with Baker? This is more important, right? In order to believe the lone nut fiction, we have to believe that LHO fired his final shot, hid the rifle, and descended the stairs in time to meet Baker. We have to ignore some cogent eyewitness testimony to believe any of this. Tommy's unfounded speculation that Oswald may have bought the Coke before the assassination to enhance a pre-ordained alibi seems beyond ludicrous. The truth is, there's limited compelling evidence regarding Oswald's movements. Are we also going to call Roger Craig a liar when he reported seeing Oswald coming down the hill on Elm St and entering a Rambler? Why is this ignored? Easy answer: it doesn't fit with a scenario framing Oswald. The selective amnesia of the lone nutters destroys their credibility.
 

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What about the time between the assassination and the encounter with Baker? This is more important, right? In order to believe the lone nut fiction, we have to believe that LHO fired his final shot, hid the rifle, and descended the stairs in time to meet Baker. We have to ignore some cogent eyewitness testimony to believe any of this. Tommy's unfounded speculation that Oswald may have bought the Coke before the assassination to enhance a pre-ordained alibi seems beyond ludicrous. The truth is, there's limited compelling evidence regarding Oswald's movements. Are we also going to call Roger Craig a liar when he reported seeing Oswald coming down the hill on Elm St and entering a Rambler? Why is this ignored? Easy answer: it doesn't fit with a scenario framing Oswald. The selective amnesia of the lone nutters destroys their credibility.
 

Dear James

How long do you figure it would have taken Oswald to do all of that?

Two minutes?

Five?

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What specific "history" that day or any other day are you referring to?

His leaving the dough and the ring at Ruthie's?

--  MWT  ;)

1963 was a very difficult year for Oswald. He couldn’t get and hold a job. Marina didn’t want him any longer. He bought weapons. He attempted to kill Walker. The Navy refused his request to over turn his undesirable discharge. He was living alone in a boarding house. His leaving $ and his wedding ring at Marina’s home was what investigators call “consciousness of guilt”; his behavior before and after the crime itself. Oswald had failed at virtually everything he attempted in 1963. At 24 years old, he had little left. He wanted to make an impact....some how, some way. Those who knew Oswald claim he liked JFK on a personal level. I’m not disputing that. Yet, he believed the American government was a blight on the working class and its Cuban policy archaic. Personally, I don’t believe Oswald was shooting at JFK as an individual. He shot the POTUS and all that position represented to the world.

 

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