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Online Charles Collins

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He failed at the lineup.

Game over.

That was too far out even for the fake commission.

So the “game was over” on 11/22/63 and they still kept hounding him and asking for testimony until 1978? Really???


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So the “game was over” on 11/22/63 and they still kept hounding him and asking for testimony until 1978? Really???

Game over as far as Oswald on the 6th floor.

The HSCA started out as an investigation, so there's no contradiction.

Wait, have you started your research?

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Game over as far as Oswald on the 6th floor.

The HSCA started out as an investigation, so there's no contradiction.

Wait, have you started your research?

Oh, I get it, “game over,” but ummm...not really...

Thanks for keeping everyone straight, ummm...not really...

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Oh, I get it, “game over,” but ummm...not really...

Thanks for keeping everyone straight, ummm...not really...

No, you didn't get it even though I gave you the exact quote from the WCR.

The HSCA had actual investigators.

At least initially they tried to work out what had happened.

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No, you didn't get it even though I gave you the exact quote from the WCR.

The HSCA had actual investigators.

At least initially they tried to work out what had happened.


And the WCR includes appropriate language. Including the words “declined” and “certain.”

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And yet, the innuendo that Brennan was coerced into positively identifying LHO by the feds is argued. Go figure...

Duh... they had no other witness for the TSBD shooter. They needed him to make the link to Oswald.
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And the WCR includes appropriate language. Including the words “declined” and “certain.”

The WCR also said that the commission would not rely on Brennan's identificion of Oswald and then they did exactly that.

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And the WCR includes appropriate language. Including the words “declined” and “certain.”

Can someone out there decode this?

Meanwhile, what does the research of yours say about clothing missing from the APB:

"No clothing description. A white male, approximately thirty, slender build, five feet ten, weighs one sixty-five."

Offline Otto Beck

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The WCR also said that the commission would not rely on Brennan's identificion of Oswald and then they did exactly that.

Example of WC double-talk on page 250:
Several witnesses outside the building claim to have seen a person
in the southeast corner window of the sixth floor. As has already been
indicated, some were able to offer better descriptions than others and
one, Howard L. Brennan, made a positive identification of Oswald as
being the person at the window.
^57


Footnote 57. Ch. IV, pp, 143-147.
Referring to their own report containing the passage I already quoted!
The Commission, therefore,
does not base its conclusion concerning the identity of the assassin on
Brennan's subsequent certain identification of Lee Harvey Oswald
as the man he saw fire the rifle.


Online Charles Collins

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Can someone out there decode this?

Meanwhile, what does the research of yours say about clothing missing from the APB:

"No clothing description. A white male, approximately thirty, slender build, five feet ten, weighs one sixty-five."

They used the word “declined” (not couldn’t, which I often see used here).

They used “certain” (which in this context means: having complete conviction about something; confident; or: known for sure; established beyond doubt.)

 

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