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Offline Richard Rubio

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Re: The cramped decoy snipernest
« Reply #750 on: June 14, 2018, 03:47:33 AM »
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Re: The cramped decoy snipernest
« Reply #751 on: June 14, 2018, 03:57:28 AM »
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I would welcome another experiment besides the "Inside the Target Car" experiment.

You'll be waiting an awfully long time as in 'not in your lifetime'.

If one final 'experiment' would finish this once and for all then it might take place with, of course, no guarantee that it would provide conclusive 'proof' one way or the other. i.e. there could be 'hits and misses' so to speak.

However, authorities know that no matter what the outcome of another 'experiment' the relentless gripping from CTers would continue unabated so really there'd be no point to the exercise.

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Re: The cramped decoy snipernest
« Reply #752 on: June 14, 2018, 02:19:50 PM »
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You'll be waiting an awfully long time as in 'not in your lifetime'.

If one final 'experiment' would finish this once and for all then it might take place with, of course, no guarantee that it would provide conclusive 'proof' one way or the other. i.e. there could be 'hits and misses' so to speak.

However, authorities know that no matter what the outcome of another 'experiment' the relentless gripping from CTers would continue unabated so really there'd be no point to the exercise.

Of course not for nutters!





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Re: The cramped decoy snipernest
« Reply #753 on: June 14, 2018, 10:56:56 PM »
And BTW;

That would also mean that Specter and Bugliosi's explanations are totally useless and are not any form of proof !!


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Re: The cramped decoy snipernest
« Reply #754 on: June 15, 2018, 08:08:02 AM »
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And BTW;

That would also mean that Specter and Bugliosi's explanations are totally useless and are not any form of proof !!


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What are you talking about?
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« Reply #755 on: June 15, 2018, 03:23:28 PM »
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What are you talking about?

I think you didn't read my message about all those incomplete reenactments!!!


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« Reply #756 on: June 15, 2018, 11:21:52 PM »
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I think you didn't read my message about all those incomplete reenactments!!!



No, I didn't understand your message is the point. You speak in childish riddles unfortunately.

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Re: The cramped decoy snipernest
« Reply #757 on: June 16, 2018, 12:28:08 AM »
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No, I didn't understand your message is the point. You speak in childish riddles unfortunately.

I don't speak, I write. :D

You write as someone who does not know the difference between talking and writing. :D
If that is to hard for you, do not answer this tread anymore. ::)
I think you don't have read everything concerning the subject. ;D

Thank you and have a nice day newbie.
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Offline Zeon Mason

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Re: The cramped decoy snipernest
« Reply #758 on: June 16, 2018, 12:51:42 PM »
What Oswald has to do, from this SE snipers nest is truly miraculous:

1. Has to remain out of sight until the JFK limo turns on Elm st and begins going down Elm st.
2. Has to pop up, and take his 1st shot which a complete miss. Maybe he fired accidentally this shot, IDK.
3. Has to move from whatever position he was in at that moment, to on top the boxes or squeeze himself closer to the window ledge, and then make 2 more shots so close together that most people thought they  were back to back. Lee Bowers* is about 1 sec apart rapping his hand on the desk.
4. Made his 1st shot that missed about Z195 which is between Beztner photo Z185 and Willis photo Z205, because this the 1st shot heard by both those witness, and coincidentally matches perfectly with Rosemary Willis girl abruptly halting.
5. If 4 is correct, then Oswald would had to get off another shot in less than 1 sec later after that Z195 shot to have hit JFK at Z 223
6. LOS to JFK interrupted  by a tree then shot a target about 8"diameter at95 yards without a scope magnification, that if seen thru an iron sight would appear about the size of a dime. Was able to get the exact lead necessary and judge the change of speed from 12mph to 8mph in just a few seconds, and guess the reverse wind velocity of 15-20mph wind gust, which is a cross wind because of the downward angle of the SE bullet trajectory from 72 ft high.

7. Got all 3 shots off in less than 5 seconds by the perception of the closest ear and eye witness to the shooter, Harold Norman.


8. The trajectory line is a tangent line thru the upper right rear round side of human skull and somehow that impact caused the MC 6.5mm FMJ ball nosed  bullet to explode into at least 6 sizable fragments, 2 of which, the nose and tail both flew together into the front of the limo and dropped there, while 3 other fragment changed direction away from this tangent line to leftward and somehow richocheted 360 degrees around Greer, without any damage caused to side of his door, nor any way to have richocheted off his door window as it was completely down. All 3 fragments then came to rest under Nelly Connallys seat. The 6th fragment had to fly over the top of the windshield, then dive down to hit the curb near Tague, causing the chipped curb and Tague cheek cut.

9. One fragment had to have traversed across the right lateral portion of JFKs skull and exited at the V notch in the autopsy photo,as per radial fragment lines converging to that point via JFK lateral X ray. If that is the case however, that fragment trajectory line from entrance point HSCA claims , would have either entered back of Greers seat or hit Greer himself. Reference: "Inside the Target Car" experiment dummy head results.


* Bower in the "Tower" behind the Grassy Knoll, with 1st name "Lee" who saw 2 men by a tree, and heard 3 shots fired, but 2 "rapidly" which were shots fired supposedly, by a shooter named "Lee" from a building named "TSBD.  It could almost be a rap lyric.

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Re: The cramped decoy snipernest
« Reply #759 on: June 16, 2018, 01:22:36 PM »
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I don't speak, I write. :D

You write as someone who does not know the difference between talking and writing. :D
If that is to hard for you, do not answer this tread anymore. ::)
I think you don't have read everything concerning the subject. ;D

Thank you and have a nice day newbie.


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Re: The cramped decoy snipernest
« Reply #759 on: June 16, 2018, 01:22:36 PM »