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Online Richard Smith

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« Reply #200 on: October 02, 2022, 02:01:09 PM »
Clearly you believe that a CT is something to be shunned.   And that's exactly what the government has promoted.  The government wants anybody who rejects the official US government position, that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone nut assassin, to be scorned and mocked.

But at this late date, and with all of the information that has surfaced , that position is no longer tenable ....  And only a damned fool would continue to try to promote it.

Wrong.  I accept, for example, that there was a conspiracy to kill President Lincoln because that is what the evidence proves.  There is no such evidence in the JFK case.  What I find amusing is that someone like Martin pontificates endlessly a theory like Oswald didn't come down the stairs but then refuses to acknowledge that he is a CTer.  He won't accept the ONLY implication of his own conclusion.  So take it up with Martin who refuses to acknowledge that he is a CTer.  He is the one "shunning" you.

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Online Richard Smith

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« Reply #201 on: October 02, 2022, 02:07:55 PM »
A “CT” is somebody who has a conspiracy theory, not somebody who looks at the evidence and finds it weak, circumstantial, and tainted.


Well by that definition I'm not a CT......    Because I do have a theory that LBJ and Hoover were the prime culprits....and I sure as hell don't find the "evidence" that been dumped on us  at all convincing.....   

I believe that the "evidence" of the spent shells and the hidden Carcano were nothing but stage props..... I'm 100% certain that the spent shells were not fired that day.

If Oswald did not commit this crime and was framed by the placement of evidence on the 6th floor, then by implication there must have been a conspiracy.  If someone comes here endlessly suggesting that Oswald couldn't have done it by, for example, concluding that he didn't come down the stairs, then the only implication that can be drawn is that this person is a CTer.  They don't have to espouse a specific nutty theory like they think "LBJ" or the "CIA" was behind the assassination.  They merely have to conclude that Oswald didn't do it to be a CTer because there would have to be a conspiracy to frame Oswald for the crime etc.  The evidence linking Oswald to the crime did not just magically appear.   Suggesting that Oswald didn't or couldn't do it is not the end of the discussion as contrarians desire.  That conclusion contains obvious implications for the involvement of others to commit the assassination and then frame Oswald.  No matter how much folks like Martin run from the implications of their own baseless conclusions.

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« Reply #202 on: October 02, 2022, 02:41:42 PM »
If Oswald did not commit this crime and was framed by the placement of evidence on the 6th floor, then by implication there must have been a conspiracy.  If someone comes here endlessly suggesting that Oswald couldn't have done it by, for example, concluding that he didn't come down the stairs, then the only implication that can be drawn is that this person is a CTer.  They don't have to espouse a specific nutty theory like they think "LBJ" or the "CIA" was behind the assassination.  They merely have to conclude that Oswald didn't do it to be a CTer because there would have to be a conspiracy to frame Oswald for the crime etc.  The evidence linking Oswald to the crime did not just magically appear.   Suggesting that Oswald didn't or couldn't do it is not the end of the discussion as contrarians desire.  That conclusion contains obvious implications for the involvement of others to commit the assassination and then frame Oswald.  No matter how much folks like Martin run from the implications of their own baseless conclusions.

Congratulations, Richard. It looks like you're dipping your toe in the right waters and you're coming around. Now all you have to do is take the plunge.

Go to the photo of the reenactment done in Dealey by the FBI. I've posted it numerous times on here. You like to prowl on this site, so look for it and take a look at it. It's not just "buffs" like us [as you'd probably call us], but the FBI was in quite a quandary too. They looked at the autopsy photos [something none of us got to do until years later], put stickers on the JFK stand-in and scratched their heads.

"Wait a minute," they said. "How can the back entrance wound [shown as a sticker on the stand in] come out *above* that wound and go on?" It's physically impossible but clear as day in that photo. I'm sure they also read that the back wound had no exit wound when probed.

That's pretty much the essence of this case. It really doesn't matter if Walt thinks Oswald was cavorting with a Russian gangster in Cuba; it doesn't matter if someone thinks LBJ, Nixon, Ruby or all three were in on it. What matters is the "evidence" cooked up by the government would have easily been disputed and dismissed if Oswald had lived and had a competent lawyer during a trial.

And yes, it does matter if three shells [one bent] were found in the fake sniper's nest, yet an elaborate hiding of the gun supposedly took place, and he was unable to get down there in time like the government wants us to believe. It flies against all reason and comment sense.


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Online John Iacoletti

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« Reply #203 on: October 02, 2022, 03:59:01 PM »
What I find amusing is that someone like Martin pontificates endlessly a theory like Oswald didn't come down the stairs but then refuses to acknowledge that he is a CTer.  He won't accept the ONLY implication of his own conclusion. 

More strawman BS. How does that imply a conspiracy?

And why are you so invested in trying to make Martin a conspiracy theorist anyway?

Online Martin Weidmann

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« Reply #204 on: October 02, 2022, 04:02:37 PM »
Wrong.  I accept, for example, that there was a conspiracy to kill President Lincoln because that is what the evidence proves.  There is no such evidence in the JFK case.  What I find amusing is that someone like Martin pontificates endlessly a theory like Oswald didn't come down the stairs but then refuses to acknowledge that he is a CTer.  He won't accept the ONLY implication of his own conclusion.  So take it up with Martin who refuses to acknowledge that he is a CTer.  He is the one "shunning" you.

Look at that; the forum's clown is back and once again, obsessed with me as he clearly is, he drags me, yet again, into a conversation without any purpose.

What he still doesn't do is provide actual evidence that shows - as he claims - that Oswald was on the 6th floor of the TSBD when the shots were fired and/or that he did manage to come down the stairs unnoticed within roughly 75 seconds after the last shot.

What I find amusing is that someone like Martin pontificates endlessly a theory like Oswald didn't come down the stairs but then refuses to acknowledge that he is a CTer.

What I find highly amusing is that someone like Richard pontificates endlessly that Oswald was on the 6th floor when the shots were fired and that he did manage to come down the stairs unnoticed but refuses, for more than a month now, (or rather is totally incapable) to provide even a shred of evidence for either of those claims, thus only proving that the entire LN argument is based on nothing but assumptions and hot air.


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« Reply #205 on: October 02, 2022, 04:03:19 PM »
The evidence linking Oswald to the crime did not just magically appear.   

What evidence linking Oswald to the crime? The evidence you refuse to specify, or the evidence you continually lie about and misrepresent?

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Online Martin Weidmann

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« Reply #206 on: October 02, 2022, 04:08:20 PM »
More strawman BS. How does that imply a conspiracy?

And why are you so invested in trying to make Martin a conspiracy theorist anyway?

And why are you so invested in trying to make Martin a conspiracy theorist anyway?

The poor fellow needs something to try and divert attention away from the fact that he can not produce a shred of evidence for his claims that Oswald was on the 6th floor when the shots were fired and/or that he managed to come down the stairs unnoticed, within roughly 75 seconds after the last shot.

He does not (and will never understand) that he has already lost the argument and will continue to live in his alternate reality.

Online Martin Weidmann

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Re: Poll claims Oswald seen as ......
« Reply #207 on: October 02, 2022, 04:16:31 PM »
If Oswald did not commit this crime and was framed by the placement of evidence on the 6th floor, then by implication there must have been a conspiracy.  If someone comes here endlessly suggesting that Oswald couldn't have done it by, for example, concluding that he didn't come down the stairs, then the only implication that can be drawn is that this person is a CTer.  They don't have to espouse a specific nutty theory like they think "LBJ" or the "CIA" was behind the assassination.  They merely have to conclude that Oswald didn't do it to be a CTer because there would have to be a conspiracy to frame Oswald for the crime etc.  The evidence linking Oswald to the crime did not just magically appear.   Suggesting that Oswald didn't or couldn't do it is not the end of the discussion as contrarians desire.  That conclusion contains obvious implications for the involvement of others to commit the assassination and then frame Oswald.  No matter how much folks like Martin run from the implications of their own baseless conclusions.

They merely have to conclude that Oswald didn't do it to be a CTer because there would have to be a conspiracy to frame Oswald for the crime etc.

Hilarious! According to Richard, you don't have to have a theory about the conspiracy (if there was one) and you can still be a Conspiracy Theorist

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/conspiracy%20theorist

Conspiracy theorist noun

plural conspiracy theorists

Definition of conspiracy theorist
: a person who proposes or believes in a conspiracy theory

It's utterly beyond me how somebody can propose or believe in a conspiracy theory that he hasn't got.   :D
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