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Re: One Witness
« Reply #10 on: February 02, 2022, 04:53:31 PM »
The LNs are stumped. For good reason, they have nothing.

The reason why they cannot produce even one witness to substantiate Roy Truly & Marrion Baker's concocted story about being together at the base of the backstairs during the immediate aftermath of the assassination is rather telling.

It simply didn't happen, in spite of the hastily contrived script mired in the stench of horse manure to the contrary.  Once again, Any LN have any concrete evidence to produce that substantiates beyond a shadow of a doubt that the lying rooftop tandem were indeed together at the base of the backstairs during the immediate aftermath of the assassination?

Just one witness will suffice...just one.

Totally understandable that you cannot do it. There's a reason for that. The wrongly-accused did not shoot anybody. Anybody.

 
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Re: One Witness
« Reply #11 on: February 02, 2022, 05:31:57 PM »
Lest anyone tries to corroborate the lying rooftop tandem's concoction about being together at the base of the back-stairs w/the testimony of Mr. Piper (Eddie), don't waste your time. Mr. Piper's testimony makes two things crystal clear: (A) Roy Truly was with "someone" (not an obviously clad motorcycle policeman, wearing an unmistakable combination of a white helmet & long black boots); and, (B) Roy Truly wasn't at the base of the back-stairs until well after the stopwatch time concocted amid a hastily contrived script about Marrion Baker and Roy Truly being together at the base of the back-stairs. 

Mr. BALL. Tell me what you heard?
Mr. PIPER. A few minutes someone came in the building, and I looked up and it was the bossman and a policeman or someone.


That "a few minutes" comes even further into play due to this exchange ---->

Mr. BALL. Did you see Truly, Mr. Truly and an officer go into the building?
Mr. SHELLEY. Yeah, we saw them right at the front of the building while
we were on the island.


Add time for Mr. Shelley to get out to the island, and then look back, the point here is that in spite of their concocted hastily contrived script to the contrary Roy Truly and Marrion Baker are still outside of the building, nowhere near the back-stairs, let alone together when Roy truly gets there eventually w/"someone"

Now, those few minutes become even longer when we take this exchange into consideration ----->

Mr. BALL. Now, did the police come into the building?
Mr. SHELLEY. Yes, sir ; they started coming in pretty fast.
Mr. BALL. Did you go with them any place?
Mr. SHELLEY. Yes; Mr. Truly left me guarding the elevator, not to let anybody up and down the elevator or stairway


So, here's a simple question: How could Roy Truly be together with Marrion Baker on their concocted exploits on the upper-floors while speaking with Mr. Shelley downstairs?  looooong after Mr. Shelley has gone to over the island, then over towards the railroad tracks and eventually reenters the building?

A hastily contrived script mired in the stench of horse manure Framed an innocent man.  The wrongly-accused did not shoot anybody. Anybody. He was framed.




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Re: One Witness
« Reply #12 on: February 02, 2022, 05:52:34 PM »
LNs are stumped. For good reason, they have nothing...

not even one witness to substantiate a hastily contrived script mired in the stench of horse manure...together at the base of the backstairs; then a phantom 2nd floor encounter, followed up w/magically appearing on an otherwise locked rooftop; while at the same time sharing space downstairs ??? on the first floor w/Mr. Shelley...

Back next week the Good Lord willing. Best wishes to all to remain safe, healthy & free of any lingering COVID-19 variants lurking about.
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« Reply #13 on: February 11, 2022, 06:54:12 PM »
After several challenges now, this thread is still pitching a complete shutout amid a no-hitter against the LNs.  With good reason, they have nothing. While they continue to cower away, essentially having nothing to corroborate the horse manure about Marrion Baker and Roy Truly being together at the backstairs during the immediate aftermath of the assassination, let's now turn our attention to some rather interesting encounters made by news reporters Pierce Allman and Robert MacNeil.

The wrongly-accused directed Mr. Allman to a telephone as their paths crossed at the front entrance of the building. From that brief encounter at the front entrance we get a sense from Mr. Allman the wrongly-accused was in no hurry akin to the egregious lie told by officialdom amid their hastily contrived script  ---->

"He didn't appear stressed in any way".

For good reason, the wrongly-accused hadn't done anything wrong. He simply came to the aid of a fellow citizen in a calm and collected manner like anyone else would have, before venturing outside into the crisp Autumn air to take in the scene during the immediate aftermath of the assassination, nowhere near Mrs. Reid's office or experiencing a phantom encounter in the 2nd floor lunchroom.

Now, with Mr. McNeil in mind, here's an individual with more than a few observations worthy of further exploration, most importantly, Who were the three calm white men he saw on the first floor  when he entered the building? ---->

  I went immediately into the clear space on the ground floor and asked where there was a phone. There were, as I recall, three men there, all I think in shirt sleeves. What, on recollection, strikes me as possibly significant is that all three seemed to be exceedingly calm and relaxed, compared to the pandemonium which existed right outside their front door. I did not pay attention to this at the time. I asked the first man I saw a man who was telephoning from a phone by a pillar in the middle of the room where I could call from. He directed me to another man nearer the door, who pointed to an office. When I got to the phone, two of the lines were lit up. I made my call and left. I do not believe any police officers entered the building before me or until I left. I was in too much of a hurry to remember what the three men looked like. But their manner was very relaxed My New York news desk has since placed the time of my call at 12:36 Dallas time. -- *Credit the exemplary research of Mr. Weston (William)

Who were these three men? Given the overwhelming consensus of the statements made by the TSBD employees found in CE 1381, researchers know these three men weren't strangers.  Back next week the Good Lord willing to make the case for exactly who they were, and given Mr. MacNeil's timeline what happens next...best wishes to all to remain safe, healthy and free of any lingering COVID-19 variants.

Lest a flimsy lie amid a hastily contrived script has you believing otherwise, remember one thing ----> The wrongly-accused did not shoot anybody. Anybody. All lies mired in the stench of horse manure, void of irrefutable proof. They cannot even produce one witness placing the lying rooftop tandem at the base of the backstairs together.

There's a reason for that. The wrongly-accused did not shoot anybody. Anybody.







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Re: One Witness
« Reply #14 on: February 28, 2022, 05:07:34 PM »
The LNs are still failing miserably to produce any actual witnesses, who can substantiate  the fairytale about Marrion Baker and Roy Truly being together at the backstairs during the immediate aftermath of the assassination of a duly elected representative of the people. In fairness to them, I'm only asking that they produce just one witness. Very telling that they cannot even produce one. 

Officialdom's hastily contrived script mired in the stench of horse manure fails to even include a single eye-witness, not one witness placing the lying roof-top tandem together at the base of the backstairs, yet want us to believe the nonsense about a 2nd floor phantom encounter w/the wrongly-accused. No one saw them together at the base of the backstairs. Feel free to produce a single witness LNs. Haven't done it to date. Simply cannot do it, can you? There's a reason for that.  Why bother trying is the prevailing consensus, right LNs? Totally understandable...Because it didn't happen. A contrived lie among many more lies to follow to Frame an innocent party.   

Now, wanted to follow up with the three calm men introduced above in the previous post...brb fetching some notes. 

 
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« Reply #15 on: February 28, 2022, 06:04:52 PM »
A rather interesting exchange between Mr. Piper and Mr. Dougherty introduces an interesting chain of events. Seems they both shared a similar experience with the same "fellow" ----->

Mr. BALL. Did you hear Mr. Truly yell anything up the elevator shaft?
Mr. DOCGHERTY. I didn’t hear anybody yell.
Mr. BALL. Or, did you see Mr. Truly?
Mr. DOUGHERTY. Well, when the FBI men-1 imagine it was who it was-he
showed me his credentials, but he asked me who the manager was, and I told
him, “Mr. Truly.” He told me to go find him.


now some minutes after the exchange between Mr. Piper and Mr. Dougherty, this "fellow" reemerges ---->

Mr. PIPER. I don’t know whether it was a policeman or FBI or who it was,
but another fellow was with him. Truly and some fellow-I really don’t know who it was; likeI say, it was some fellow.
Mr. BALL. And what did Truly and this-some fellow do?
1Ir. PIPER. Well, Mr. Truly and this fellow run up the steps.


In either case, he is the actual person accompanying Roy Truly at the base of the backstairs, not an obviously clad motorcycle officer wearing an unmistakable white helmet & long black boots. Of course, that nonsense would rear its deceptive head much later amid a hastily contrived script mired in the stench of horse manure.

Now, turning to the three calm men mentioned in the previous post...

start here w/Miss Victoria Adams...brb

Miss Adams: It sounded like a firecracker or a cannon at a football game, it seemed as if it came from the right below rather than from the left above. And after the third shot, following that, the third shot, I went to the back
of the building down the back stairs, and encountered Bill Shelley and Bill
Lovelady on the first floor on the way out to the Houston Street dock.
Mr. BELIN. When you say on the way out to the Houston Street dock, you
mean now you were on the way out?
Miss ADAMS. While I was on the way out.


The above represents 2/3rds of the three calm men observed by news reporter Mr. MacNeil ---->

I was in too much of a hurry to remember what the three men looked like. But their manner was very relaxed. My New York news desk has since placed the time of my call at 12:36 Dallas time.

Both Shelly & Lovelady were back in the building at this time. Despite their outright lies to the contrary, both Shelley & Lovelady also saw Victoria Adams and Sandra Styles just minutes before as all parties mentioned crossed paths at the rear of the building on the first-floor. While the ladies continued on out of the building following that brief encounter, the 2/3rds of the three calm men walked across the floor towards the front-entrance clearing space, where at least one of them would be on the phone making a call when Mr. MacNeil enters the front-entrance ---->

I asked the first man I saw a man who was telephoning from a phone by a pillar in the middle of the room where I could call from. He directed me to another man nearer the door.

Mr. Shelley's same day affidavit reveals his phone call to his wife...

https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337377/

Back next week the Good Lord willing to share the identity of the 3rd calm man that Mr. MacNeil observed that afternoon. Mr. MacNeil's timing sequence is very telling about the identity of the 3rd calm man ---->

My New York news desk has since placed the time of my call at 12:36 Dallas time.

Very interesting. stop back next week to see why. Best wishes to all to remain safe, healthy and free of any lingering COVID-19 threats.

*Begin next week with the exchange between Shelley and Roy Truly, that obviously couldn't have happened IF the lying rooftop wannabe was actually on that otherwise locked room from the inside. Bunch of lying treasonous cowards.

The wrongly-accused did not shoot anybody. Anybody.

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« Reply #16 on: March 09, 2022, 06:00:26 PM »
Dougherty continued...

Mr. DOUGHERTY - Well, when the FBI men---I imagine it was who it was---he showed me his credentials, but he asked me who the manager was, and I told him, "Mr. Truly." He told me to go find him. Well, I didn't know where he was so I started from the first floor and Just started looking for him, and .by the time I got to the sixth floor, they had found a gun and shells.
Mr. BALL - When you went up to the sixth floor, it was after they found the shotgun and shells?
Mr. DOUGHERTY - Yes, sir; and I found out later he was on the fourth floor, which I didn't find.

I find it mildly interesting that he imagine FBI when he was shown credentials, however, despite being mildly retarded, he indicates having searched the building systematically from the first floor up and then reaching the 6th floor after the gun was found -- that's a long time searching!

Interesting tidbit about finding out later that Truly was on the fourth floor. Almost sounds like Truly was there all along the way it's worded, so how did Dougherty miss him?

An excellent summation, Mr. Beck, no great surprise considering the source.

Mr. Dougherty is and remains a mysterious figure as we approach the sixth decade of President Kennedy's assassination next year in November.  Your keen discernment warrants the questions you are posing. We are left to wonder & ponder a few more questions with Mr. Dougherty in mind...

*Did he plant the shell-casings and rifle, Or, Did Roy "nothing truly about him" Truly ---->

Mr. BELIN. When did you get over to the southeast corner of the sixth floor?
Mr. TRULY. That I can't answer. I don't remember when I went over there. It was sometime before I learned that they had found either the rifle or the spent shell cases.

**When (what time sequence?) and Why did Mr. Dougherty abandon his post upon the orders of Bill Shelley ---->

https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth337377/m1/1/

and, lastly...

*** IF the lying rooftop tandem called up for the elevators, Why didn't Mr. Dougherty acknowledge that "truth" instead of sharing the actual truth ---->

Mr. DOUGHERTY. Well, I came on back downstairs.
Mr. BALL. How did you come downstairs?
Mr. DOUGHERTY. I used that push button elevator on the west side.
Mr. BALL. Did you hear Mr. Truly yell anything up the elevator shaft?
Mr. DOCGHERTY. I didn’t hear anybody yell.


Because the horse manure about the lying rooftop tandem being together at the base of the backstairs is mere fiction. Last thought before getting into the balance of the three men observed by news reporter Mr. MacNeil, it wouldn't come as a surprise to me that Roy Truly spent more time on the 4th floor that afternoon than on the backstairs or up on that otherwise locked roof from the inside. Liars lie.

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« Reply #17 on: March 09, 2022, 06:12:42 PM »
Brief Recap:

The LNs still cannot produce one credible witness to substantiate the fiction about Baker and Truly being together at the same time at the base of the backstairs. There's a reason for that. They cannot do it.

Amid all their parroting back and forth of a hastily contrived script mired in the stench of horse manure, they have nothing. Not one witness, not even one.

Now, turning to the third man that Mr. MacNeil saw upon entering the TSBD during the immediate aftermath of a cowardly ambush upon a duly elected representative of the People by more than a few chicken-sh*t, lying treasonous cowards....Those of us who are already familiar with Commission Exhibit 1381 are aware that all 69 TSBD employees gave statements that none of them saw any strangers that afternoon. In their respective statements Shelley and Lovelady added to this overall consensus found within CE 1381.

With that in mind, the third man seen by the news reporter entering the TSBD that afternoon wasn't a stranger. Thus he was someone familiar to both Shelley and Lovelady. Very familiar, despite their lying eyes to the contrary. Back next week the Good Lord willing to share evidence that supports only one person can be identified as the third man Mr. MacNeil encounters and observes upon his entrance inside the TSBD in search of a telephone. Best to all to remain well, safe and free of any lingering COVID-19 variants.

The wrongly-accused did Not shoot anybody. Anybody.

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« Reply #18 on: March 24, 2022, 04:54:40 PM »
Baker's lying lips are moving again ---->

Mr. Baker. As I entered this building, there was, it seems to me like there was outside doors and then there is a little lobby.
Mr. Belin. All right.
Mr. Baker. As I entered this lobby there were people going in as I entered.


Yet, the tallest figure on the front entrance landing that afternoon, Mr. Frazier (Buell Wesley) shares this truth ---->

Mr. Ball: Did you see anybody after that come into the Building while you were there?
Mr. Frazier: You mean somebody other that didn't work there?
Mr. Ball: A police officer.
Mr. Frazier: No, sir; I stood there a few minutes


So much for the hastily contrived script mired in the stench of horse manure about a fictitious 90 second mad dash up to the 2nd floor lunchroom amid a phantom encounter with the wrongly-accused.

To buttress Mr. Frazier's observations, there's this ----> brb

Mr. Molina: I was right in the entrance.
Mr. Ball: Did you see a police officer with him?
Mr. Molina: I didn't see a police officer. I don't recall seeing a police officer.


There again folks, another same day up close and personal eyewitness to history derailing the hastily contrived script about the lying rooftop tandem (Baker & Roy Truly) sprinting off to a mad 90 sec dash up the backstairs to a phantom encounter with the wrongly-accused. All lies folks mired in the stench of horse manure amid a hastily contrived script to Frame an innocent party.

The wrongly-accused did not shoot anybody. Anybody. He was Framed by a bunch of lying chicken-sh8t treasonous cowards. 









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« Reply #19 on: March 24, 2022, 05:31:27 PM »
The wrongly-accused is the 3rd man news reporter Mr. MacNeil (Robert) observed upon entering the TSBD in search of a phone to relay the lastest developments on that fateful afternoon. Interestingly enough though, he wasn't the only news reporter in search of a telephone that afternoon that the wrongly-accused came to the aid of. Back next week the Good Lord willing to share news reporter Pierce Allman's encounter with the wrongly-accused, after chronicling the wrongly-accused's pre & post assassination path, sharing his detailed movements, from standing outside on the front-entrance steps, Yes, you read that right, to retracing his steps back inside over to the small storage area on the first floor (where he was seen by more than a few of the TSBD employees as they re-entered the building), etc.  Best to all to remain well safe and free of any lurking COVID-19 variants.

The LNs are still continuing to fail miserably to produce One Witness, just one will suffice, who can substantiate Baker & Roy Truly's lies about being together at the base of the backstairs. They cannot do it. There's a reason for that. Because only The plain simple truth can stand alone all on its own, whereas a hastily contrived script mired in the stench of horse manure merely masquerades as evidence. The wrongly-accused did not shoot anybody. Anybody.
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