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Online Walt Cakebread

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Re: What's the value of a dime?
« Reply #20 on: September 11, 2021, 09:25:45 PM »
On page  626 of the WR, is the report of Secret Service inspector Thomas Kelley who was present at a 11-23- interrogation session of Lee Oswald.  Kelly wrote:....   "In response to questions put by Captain Fritz, Oswald said that immediately after having left the building where he worked, he went by bus to the theater where he was arrested; that when he got on the bus he secured a transfer and thereafter transferred to other buses to get to his destination". ----------------------- Fritz asked him if he had ridden in a taxi that day, and Oswald then changed his story and said that when he got on the bus he found that it was going too slow and after two blocks he got off the bus and took a cab to his home; that he passed the time with the cab driver and that the cab driver had told him that the president was shot. He paid a cab fare of 85 cents.


after having left the building where he worked, he went by bus to the theater

He went by bus to the theater

after having left the building where he worked, he went by bus to the theater


They desperately needed to expunge Lee's statement that he took a bus to the theater....because If he was on a bus at the time that JD Tippit was shot, then obviously he was not the man who shot JD Tippit.   

The evidence of the spent shells at the scene, plus the reports of the eyewitnesses indicate the the man who shot Tippit was NOT armed with a S&W revolver.     The shells were found widely scattered, and the witnesses said the killer removed ONE SHELL AT A TIME.  The shells are removed all at the same time from the cylinder of a S&W revolver....NOT one at a time.

 

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