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Offline Wesley Johnson

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Re: Oswald Probably Did It
« Reply #130 on: March 19, 2018, 07:03:19 PM »
Martin I don't know how much more clear I can be to you about why I believe Oswald did it.

So, Mark was right. You have nothing to offer to the discussion.

I believe the evidence gathered to be accurate. I have read most or all of the same material you have. I just don't believe it shows Oswald did not do it.

If anybody claims that the evidence shows that Oswald didn't do ,I would disagree with him. But nobody is claiming that.

You guys question every little detail. It is amazing.

It's very  simple. The whole thing happened in just one way, which means that basically all pieces of the puzzle should fall into place if the version of the narrative you are telling is the correct one. Here, those pieces simply do not all fall into place but, even worse, you've got important pieces missing and others that do not fit at all. Believing the official narrative nevertheless is faith and not reason.

Well you know all there is to know about BS, so for me there isn't anything to add except perhaps that your constant CT bashing is getting very tiresome.

Martin if Oswald would have killed a citizen of Dallas instead of President Kennedy all the pieces would have all fit together. And you are very tiresome as well. If you don't like what I write then don't read it or reply.

Offline Steve M. Galbraith

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Re: Oswald Probably Did It
« Reply #131 on: March 19, 2018, 07:10:04 PM »
And this from the same nut who states that he is not suggesting there was any conspiracy.  But here John implies that LBJ had foreknowledge of the assassination.   You should be embarrassed to be so lazy and dishonest.  Have you read Caro's "Passage of Power"?

Even more revealing is how he uncritically accepts the statement.

Usually, we have the "that's hearsay" or "look over there" or some sort of dismissive response.

If that was a quote about Oswald can you imagine the tortured attempts to dismiss it?

There are, for me, legitimate, reasoned critics of the lone nut explanation of what happened and there are illegitimate unreasonable critics who don't try to figure out, as best as we can at this late date, what happened. It's easy to tell the two apart.


Online Martin Weidmann

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Re: Oswald Probably Did It
« Reply #132 on: March 19, 2018, 07:24:34 PM »

Martin if Oswald would have killed a citizen of Dallas instead of President Kennedy all the pieces would have all fit together. And you are very tiresome as well. If you don't like what I write then don't read it or reply.


if Oswald would have killed a citizen of Dallas instead of President Kennedy all the pieces would have all fit together.

BS

If you don't like what I write then don't read it or reply.

That's probably the best suggestion you have made on this board so far.


Offline Wesley Johnson

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Re: Oswald Probably Did It
« Reply #133 on: March 19, 2018, 08:02:25 PM »
if Oswald would have killed a citizen of Dallas instead of President Kennedy all the pieces would have all fit together.

BS

If you don't like what I write then don't read it or reply.

That's probably the best suggestion you have made on this board so far.

BS

And that is a pure assumption on your part. And since Oswald never made it to trial we will never know. So, why don't you take my suggestion? It must feel safe dancing along that fence pole and never having to say that you believe in a conspiracy. I know why you and people like you on here do that. Because the moment you say you believe there was a conspiracy, then you would have to defend it. You and I know you can't defend a conspiracy theory. It is far easier for you to just wait until someone says they believe "Oswald acted alone" and then you just try and dispute the evidence they cite. After all you have far more hearsay evidence and speculation in doing that. At last count I think there have been over two thousand books written about JFK and his assassination. Most of the assassination books are from the conspiracy theory people. Have you ever been to Dealy Plaza on a weekend Martin. It is a circus. You can purchase material from probably a dozen different theories in just a few minutes. It is disgusting the amount of people making money from the president's death. For what it is worth, I don't even like that authors like Posner, and Bugliosi made money from the president's death.


Offline Alice Thorton

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Re: Oswald Probably Did It
« Reply #134 on: March 19, 2018, 08:04:47 PM »
The authorities weren't looking for answers, but rather an admission of guilt. They kept saying over and over that he wouldn't admit that he was guilty. They never entertained the idea of him being innocent.

So they just wanted him to plead guilty and admit to it and that's it then?

Offline Alice Thorton

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« Reply #135 on: March 19, 2018, 08:10:25 PM »
Yes. They pronounced him to be guilty within hours.

What happened then after he was shot and killed? Did they question Jack Ruby why he killed him? Whatever happened with that?

Offline Wesley Johnson

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« Reply #136 on: March 19, 2018, 08:14:44 PM »
Yes. They pronounced him to be guilty within hours.

Who is they? Explain. Who pronounced Oswald guilty within hours?

Online Martin Weidmann

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Re: Oswald Probably Did It
« Reply #137 on: March 19, 2018, 08:26:10 PM »
BS

And that is a pure assumption on your part. And since Oswald never made it to trial we will never know. So, why don't you take my suggestion? It must feel safe dancing along that fence pole and never having to say that you believe in a conspiracy. I know why you and people like you on here do that. Because the moment you say you believe there was a conspiracy, then you would have to defend it. You and I know you can't defend a conspiracy theory. It is far easier for you to just wait until someone says they believe "Oswald acted alone" and then you just try and dispute the evidence they cite. After all you have far more hearsay evidence and speculation in doing that. At last count I think there have been over two thousand books written about JFK and his assassination. Most of the assassination books are from the conspiracy theory people. Have you ever been to Dealy Plaza on a weekend Martin. It is a circus. You can purchase material from probably a dozen different theories in just a few minutes. It is disgusting the amount of people making money from the president's death. For what it is worth, I don't even like that authors like Posner, and Bugliosi made money from the president's death.

I am not even going to bother with this, except for one thing.

And that is a pure assumption on your part. And since Oswald never made it to trial we will never know.

If my response is pure assumption, than by this reasoning, your initial comment is pure assumption as well. Ever thought of that?

Offline Wesley Johnson

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Re: Oswald Probably Did It
« Reply #138 on: March 19, 2018, 08:40:30 PM »
I am not even going to bother with this, except for one thing.

And that is a pure assumption on your part. And since Oswald never made it to trial we will never know.

If my response is pure assumption, than by this reasoning, your initial comment is pure assumption as well. Ever thought of that?

 Ever thought of that?

No not one minute from the time I started believing Oswald acted alone.

Online Martin Weidmann

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Re: Oswald Probably Did It
« Reply #139 on: March 19, 2018, 08:44:36 PM »
Ever thought of that?

No not one minute from the time I started believing Oswald acted alone.

Just as I thought. A closed mind convinced of it's own delusion!

 

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