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Offline Alan Ford

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Then went inside with the curtain rods
« on: January 18, 2021, 10:18:00 PM »
Friends, this document gives us excellent grounds for believing that curtain rods were indeed found at the Depository at some point after the assassination----------



Here is an interesting incident told by Mr Buell Wesley Frazier to the authors of the new book The Lone Star Speaks:

If Oswald had really been carrying curtain rods that day, they should have been found somewhere in the Depository. Supposedly, they were never found. However, a few years after the assassination, Frazier received an intriguing phone call. Once the caller established that she was speaking to the man who had driven Oswald to work on November 22, 1963, she quietly confided to Frazier that some curtain rods had indeed been found in the Depository after the assassination.
She then hung up without revealing her identity. Apparently, this woman wanted Frazier to know that someone knew his story was true. If this woman knew the truth, other people did, too.

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Then went inside with the curtain rods
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Online Walt Cakebread

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Re: Then went inside with the curtain rods
« Reply #1 on: January 18, 2021, 11:50:32 PM »
Friends, this document gives us excellent grounds for believing that curtain rods were indeed found at the Depository at some point after the assassination----------



Here is an interesting incident told by Mr Buell Wesley Frazier to the authors of the new book The Lone Star Speaks:

If Oswald had really been carrying curtain rods that day, they should have been found somewhere in the Depository. Supposedly, they were never found. However, a few years after the assassination, Frazier received an intriguing phone call. Once the caller established that she was speaking to the man who had driven Oswald to work on November 22, 1963, she quietly confided to Frazier that some curtain rods had indeed been found in the Depository after the assassination.
She then hung up without revealing her identity. Apparently, this woman wanted Frazier to know that someone knew his story was true. If this woman knew the truth, other people did, too.


Lee Oswald denied that he had told Frazier that he was transporting curtain rods.

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Re: Then went inside with the curtain rods
« Reply #2 on: January 19, 2021, 02:06:02 AM »
Friends, this document gives us excellent grounds for believing that curtain rods were indeed found at the Depository at some point after the assassination----------



Here is an interesting incident told by Mr Buell Wesley Frazier to the authors of the new book The Lone Star Speaks:

If Oswald had really been carrying curtain rods that day, they should have been found somewhere in the Depository. Supposedly, they were never found. However, a few years after the assassination, Frazier received an intriguing phone call. Once the caller established that she was speaking to the man who had driven Oswald to work on November 22, 1963, she quietly confided to Frazier that some curtain rods had indeed been found in the Depository after the assassination.
She then hung up without revealing her identity. Apparently, this woman wanted Frazier to know that someone knew his story was true. If this woman knew the truth, other people did, too.


John Howlett was one of the conspirators who created the "re-enactment" video. That video is a outrageous presentation of false information, and it was created to trick the unwary into accepting the big lie that Lee Oswald fired the carcano from the sixth floor window and murdered President Kennedy.

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Offline Alan Ford

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Re: Then went inside with the curtain rods
« Reply #3 on: January 19, 2021, 09:11:25 AM »
Lee Oswald denied that he had told Frazier that he was transporting curtain rods.

We don't know that for sure, Mr Cakebread, but even if he did he may have had good reason to do so.

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Re: Then went inside with the curtain rods
« Reply #4 on: January 19, 2021, 09:13:03 AM »
John Howlett was one of the conspirators who created the "re-enactment" video. That video is a outrageous presentation of false information, and it was created to trick the unwary into accepting the big lie that Lee Oswald fired the carcano from the sixth floor window and murdered President Kennedy.

And the document I have posted proves that he and the WC put on quite the charade at the Paine residence on 23 March!

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Re: Then went inside with the curtain rods
« Reply #5 on: January 19, 2021, 03:37:00 PM »
We don't know that for sure, Mr Cakebread, but even if he did he may have had good reason to do so.

I agree ....You're right, We don't KNOW for sure that Lee denied transporting curtain rods...  However I believe he did.   I believe the curtain rod tale started with Linnie Mae Randle who had innocuously got her brother Buell involved by  attempting to get her "15 minutes of fame" when she went to the Paine residence and told the police that she had seen Lee Oswald ( who had already been reported to be the assassin on TV and radio ) carrying a long paper sack that morning.  ( suggesting that he had a rifle in that paper sack)   After that blew up in her face when the cops said that they could charge Buell with being an accessory to the crime, they made up the story about Lee telling Buell that the sack contained curtain rods.

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Offline Alan Ford

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Re: Then went inside with the curtain rods
« Reply #6 on: January 19, 2021, 06:58:44 PM »
I agree ....You're right, We don't KNOW for sure that Lee denied transporting curtain rods...  However I believe he did.   I believe the curtain rod tale started with Linnie Mae Randle who had innocuously got her brother Buell involved by  attempting to get her "15 minutes of fame" when she went to the Paine residence and told the police that she had seen Lee Oswald ( who had already been reported to be the assassin on TV and radio ) carrying a long paper sack that morning.  ( suggesting that he had a rifle in that paper sack)   After that blew up in her face when the cops said that they could charge Buell with being an accessory to the crime, they made up the story about Lee telling Buell that the sack contained curtain rods.

You can believe what you wish, Mr Cakebread, but if your belief cannot explain the document I posted then your belief needs revising

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Re: Then went inside with the curtain rods
« Reply #7 on: January 19, 2021, 07:06:18 PM »
You can believe what you wish, Mr Cakebread, but if your belief cannot explain the document I posted then your belief needs revising

explain the document   Mr Ford

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