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Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: Tippit shooting: How to approach a murder suspect ...
« Reply #56 on: May 26, 2018, 08:54:37 PM »
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These guys were teenagers.  But nice cherry-pick.  What "witnesses" attended the 4th lineup?  Scoggins?

It's not just about height and weight.

- The fillers were not chosen to resemble the witnesses' descriptions of the perpetrator
- There were only 3 fillers for the lineups and no fillers for the photo identifications
- The fillers were not dressed like Oswald
- The fillers were not dressed to match witnesses' descriptions of the perpetrator
- The person administering the lineup knew which person in the lineup was the suspect
- The witnesses did not view the lineups separately
- Some witnesses knew which man was the suspect before they attended the lineup
- Not all of the men were handcuffed together for the first lineup
- Witnesses were influenced by the physical appearances of both Oswald and the fillers
- Witnesses were influenced by Oswald's complaints about the fairness of the lineups
- Witnesses were intimidated or pressured by the authorities
- Witnesses were asked to sign affidavits which would include who they picked in the lineup before actually viewing the lineup
- The criminal justice system in Dallas County had a history of railroading suspects

 Witnesses were intimidated or pressured by the authorities (Perpetraitors)  Yes, I know it's misspelled

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Re: Tippit shooting: How to approach a murder suspect ...
« Reply #56 on: May 26, 2018, 08:54:37 PM »