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Offline Alan Ford

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Re: Then went outside to watch P. parade ( Parts 1 & 2 )
« Reply #2520 on: September 16, 2023, 07:57:54 PM »
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Mr. Sandy Larsen really did wonderful work with this gif:



Look at Officer Baker in the first frames, and you'll assume he's heading straight for the doorway. But then the actual doorway comes into view. It's quite a jolt.

He's not heading for the doorway at all. Nor is the running woman just a little north-east of him heading for the doorway. They are both heading straight for this woman and what she is holding up:



Her reaction to the assassination has been to go over to the mailboxes and pick up a paper sack. She must have just seen something that disturbed her enough to make her do this--------------and to draw attention

Just to reinforce the brilliant observation of Mr. Larsen (and Mr. Bob Prudhomme), the man under the pink arrow here is standing in front of the entranceway. Now look at Officer Baker's route in relation to him:



I would give a lot to know who is the lady holding up the long paper sack: Officer Baker is running straight for her................

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Re: Then went outside to watch P. parade ( Parts 1 & 2 )
« Reply #2520 on: September 16, 2023, 07:57:54 PM »


Offline Alan Ford

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Re: Then went outside to watch P. parade ( Parts 1 & 2 )
« Reply #2521 on: September 16, 2023, 08:16:06 PM »
I would give a lot to know who is the lady holding up the long paper sack: Officer Baker is running straight for her................

The long paper sack. In front of the TSBD. ~30 seconds after the shooting. An officer dashing over to take a look at it.

No biggie!


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Re: Then went outside to watch P. parade ( Parts 1 & 2 )
« Reply #2522 on: September 16, 2023, 08:49:40 PM »
And we must return to what's right in front of the lady holding the paper sack:





Where I went wrong with this before was my assumption that this would have to be the FLAG that Mr. Oswald had just waved from the doorway. It's just way too big for that, so I dismissed it.

However..............

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Re: Then went outside to watch P. parade ( Parts 1 & 2 )
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Re: Then went outside to watch P. parade ( Parts 1 & 2 )
« Reply #2523 on: September 16, 2023, 08:59:14 PM »
A false-flag incident involving missed shots fired from the sixth floor. By 'pro-Castro Cubans'. With whom Mr. Lee Harvey Oswald is playing the role of confederate.

OK. What ingredient would put the glace cherry on just such a false-flag provocation? An unmistakable political signature.

Mr. Oswald signals from the doorway to the passing Pres. Kennedy, using a small FLAG. Mr. William Greer, the driver, is watching in the bespoke second mirror for Pres. Kennedy's pre-agreed counter-signal (brushing of hand across his hair). His inattention to the road will lead to his almost running the limousine into the curb..........



As soon as Pres. Kennedy has passed the building, Mr. Oswald leaves the steps with a long paper sack in his (other) hand. He leans over (or kneels down, whatever) and takes a BANNER out of the long paper sack. We catch the tiniest glimpse of his head in Wiegman:




His strange behavior (unfurling a banner) is noticed by a couple of people out in the line of spectators in front of him:




Then.............
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Re: Then went outside to watch P. parade ( Parts 1 & 2 )
« Reply #2524 on: September 16, 2023, 09:13:02 PM »
...... Mr. Oswald goes over near the mailboxes and lays out the banner on the sidewalk. It bears a pro-Castro legend. Mr. Oswald dumps the sack too and leaves the spot.

A woman who has noticed him do all this is mighty perturbed. She has just heard shots, and seen pandemonium break loose. And now she's seen a guy laying out a banner.

She runs over and picks up the banner before dropping it again. Then she picks up the paper sack. Then she draws loud attention to her shocking find. Here she is in Darnell, holding up the paper sack and, with her right hand, pointing at the banner on the ground:



Officer Marion Baker has seen her and is dashing over to her.

He speaks with the lady and looks at the banner. She tells him the man went into this building by the front door. He throws the banner down, runs into the building and encounters a man in the small storage room that's front of house. He challenges him-----------NOT because he thinks he's the shooter, but because he's chasing up the banner thing.

Mr. Roy Truly, who as building manger of the TSBD has been cooperating with the unofficial false-flag operation, vouches for Mr. Oswald. Officer Baker, believing the shots came from the top of this building, makes a judgement call and cuts the man loose. The banner thing is less of an immediate priority than apprehending the shooter himself.

Mr. Kent Biffle, of the Dallas Morning News, gets wind of this incident (though sans the crucial context) a little later today:

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Re: Then went outside to watch P. parade ( Parts 1 & 2 )
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Re: Then went outside to watch P. parade ( Parts 1 & 2 )
« Reply #2525 on: September 16, 2023, 09:21:03 PM »
But what happened to the banner that Officer Baker left behind?

Extraordinarily, it got left there for quite some time, unregarded in all the chaos and crumpled up such that its legend was not visible. At some point someone, making room for folks on the sidewalk, put the street repair objects over it:


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Re: Then went outside to watch P. parade ( Parts 1 & 2 )
« Reply #2526 on: September 16, 2023, 09:24:27 PM »
However.............

It finally WAS noticed and picked up, and its significance immediately understood by law enforcement.

I believe this may well be that selfsame banner being carried into the Depository building at a later point:





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Re: Then went outside to watch P. parade ( Parts 1 & 2 )
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Re: Then went outside to watch P. parade ( Parts 1 & 2 )
« Reply #2527 on: September 16, 2023, 09:33:26 PM »
Here's the most crucial point in all of this:

Had the White House-approved false-flag operation gone to plan----------------i.e. had Pres. Kennedy been subjected to no more than the indignity of missed shots as he rode through Dealey Plaza------------------the damning evidence of defector and FPCC agitator Mr. Lee Harvey Oswald's involvement in the outrageous incident would have been all DPD would have talked about. This evidence had been handed them on a plate--------------by Mr. Oswald himself. That was the original plan for how all this would play out!

But the false-flag operation was piggybacked by those with lethal intent against Pres. Kennedy.

Pres. Kennedy was assassinated-------------and Mr. Oswald was left hanging as the only named person who could be reliably linked to the event.

For reasons I have outlined at length in previous recent posts on this thread, everything about the circumstances leading up to Pres. Kennedy's assassination had to be covered up EXCEPT FOR the involvement of Mr. Oswald.

----------------->Exit stage left all the evidence of a pro-Castro conspiracy (incl. of course the banner and the place the paper sack had actually been found).
----------------->Enter stage right the outlandishly absurd Lone Nut theory.
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