Oswald got what he had coming to him


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Offline Bill Chapman

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Oswald got what he had coming to him
« on: October 23, 2021, 03:27:43 AM »
What goes around comes around
Major scumbags Ruby & Oswald deserved each other


WOW! Talk about justice:



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Oswald got what he had coming to him
« on: October 23, 2021, 03:27:43 AM »


Online Charles Collins

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Re: Oswald got what he had coming to him
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2021, 04:27:22 AM »
What goes around comes around
Major scumbags Ruby & Oswald deserved each other
WOW! Talk about justice!




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There was another ambush on the 22nd that you failed to mention…

Ruby wrongly took justice into his own hands. But you have a valid point.

I get some qualified ^^^ satisfaction out of:

His famous last words: “You’re being melodramatic. Nobody’s gonna shoot at me”.

Wrong…


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Re: Oswald got what he had coming to him
« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2021, 01:15:18 PM »
Frontier justice. Right is right. Especially with 12+ witnesses on hand as he was 'handed off' from witness-to-witness (as Bill 'Boots on the Ground' Brown so aptly put it), from Whaley to Earlene to Markham to the Davis sisters to Callaway, etc and onward to Brewer/shoe store/@the movies and the veritable multitude of the others with 'eyes on' the little pr*ck.     

The moment Oswald murdered Tippit in cold blood was the moment that he himself did not deserve to draw even one more breath.

Slam dunk.

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Perfect justice would have Ruby inadvertently shooting himself in the head as he fell in the ensuing scuffle
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Ditto for Oswald @the movies
« Last Edit: October 24, 2021, 03:32:31 PM by Bill Chapman »

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Re: Oswald got what he had coming to him
« Reply #3 on: October 23, 2021, 01:56:21 PM »
Frontier justice
Right is right
Especially with 12+ witnesses on hand

The moment Oswald murdered Tippit in cold blood was the moment that he himself did not deserve to draw even one more breath.

Slam dunk.

PS
Perfect justice would have Ruby inadvertently shooting himself in the head as he fell in the ensuing scuffle
 ;D
Same goes for Oswald @the movies


Perfect justice would have been the secret service using the machine gun to blow him out of the sniper’s nest…

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Re: Oswald got what he had coming to him
« Reply #4 on: October 23, 2021, 02:23:15 PM »

Perfect justice would have been the secret service using the machine gun to blow him out of the sniper’s nest…

That sounds like the movie where present-day law enforcement can send officers into the future and see who commits murder, then come back and kill them before the fact.  ;D
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Re: Oswald got what he had coming to him
« Reply #5 on: October 24, 2021, 01:02:42 AM »
That sounds like the movie where present-day law enforcement can send officers into the future and see who commits murder, then come back and kill them before the fact.  ;D

Now that I think about it, I think that Stephen King in his book 11/22/63, wrote something similar. Then the New England region seceded and joined Canada or something like that…

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Re: Oswald got what he had coming to him
« Reply #6 on: October 25, 2021, 05:16:38 PM »
Oswald committed a double murder on 11.22.63.  The legal punishment for those crimes at that time was execution.  He certainly was entitled to a full and complete legal proceeding just as any other American citizen, but the ultimate outcome likely would have been the same.  It's unfortunate that Ruby took the law into his own hands if, for no other reason, it has given fodder to many to believe that "something" more was going on here.  If Oswald had gone to trial and been convicted, I doubt there was be same industry of conspiracy loons.  There would still be some, but no more than in the MLK or RFK context.  So Ruby shares a lot of blame for the conspiracy industry in this case.  We also could have found out more about Oswald's motivations.  There is some possibility that Oswald might have plead guilty and provided details as to the crime for the historical record to save his skin but he eventually would have played to the gullible conspiracy crowd like Sirhan and James Earl Ray to garner attention and sympathy.  As a result, the conspiracy angle was always in the cards even if Oswald signed a confession.
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