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Offline Mike Orr

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« Reply #10 on: May 05, 2018, 04:07:36 AM »
   Rob----- Thanks for putting your long posting on here. The detail you always have together on postings are so good . I can't believe I missed this on your first regular go around on these phone calls that were not put through. It makes you wonder what they might have been doing with his other request .

    Thanks again , Rob

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Offline Bill Brown

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« Reply #11 on: May 05, 2018, 06:05:39 AM »
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"If Lee Oswald was working for some intelligence service, it might make sense that he might try to contact it for help or instructions after he was arrested by the Dallas cops.

Or course, this notion is questionable in a lot of ways. If Oswald really was working for some intelligence service, it would be stupid for him to “blow his cover” by trying to contact his handlers. And if he had inferred that he had been manipulated and made a “patsy,” it would have made no sense to call the people who had manipulated and patisfied him to complain."



Tim, they hate it when they're bombarded with logic and common sense.
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« Reply #12 on: May 05, 2018, 09:22:06 PM »
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 For me an account by the Wife of Hurt after he died is less significant than the statement of Ms Treon? Are we to assume she just blatantly lied about the entire story because of statement of a women whose Husband likely did not like the attention? There is no middle ground that she had witnessed nothing Why don't we instead go with both versions and just assume that was Hurt's way of confessing to the whole thing when he said he called Oswald at the jail

 The reciept from the DPD is exactly what Treo describes and does not indicate anything but an outgoing call
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"If Lee Oswald was working for some intelligence service, it might make sense that he might try to contact it for help or instructions after he was arrested by the Dallas cops.

Or course, this notion is questionable in a lot of ways. If Oswald really was working for some intelligence service, it would be stupid for him to “blow his cover” by trying to contact his handlers. And if he had inferred that he had been manipulated and made a “patsy,” it would have made no sense to call the people who had manipulated and patisfied him to complain."



Tim, they hate it when they're bombarded with logic and common sense.

 Proctor addresses this question with Vincent Marchetti who explains Oswald, and agents of his type would be given a contact, which was called a 'cut out' instead of contacting his direct handlers to call So Hurt would fit that bill

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« Reply #14 on: May 05, 2018, 10:51:48 PM »
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Proctor addresses this question with Vincent Marchetti who explains Oswald, and agents of his type would be given a contact, which was called a 'cut out' instead of contacting his direct handlers to call So Hurt would fit that bill

How does Hurt "fit that bill"?

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Offline Matt Grantham

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How does Hurt "fit that bill"?

 Someone not known as an agent, but still could be very well involved enough

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« Reply #16 on: May 05, 2018, 11:53:31 PM »
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For me an account by the Wife of Hurt after he died is less significant than the statement of Ms Treon? Are we to assume she just blatantly lied about the entire story because of statement of a women whose Husband likely did not like the attention? There is no middle ground that she had witnessed nothing Why don't we instead go with both versions and just assume that was Hurt's way of confessing to the whole thing when he said he called Oswald at the jail

It's not just an account by his wife. It's an account by Hurt himself.

 
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The reciept from the DPD is exactly what Treo describes and does not indicate anything but an outgoing call

Where can one view that receipt?

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It's not just an account by his wife. It's an account by Hurt himself.

 
Where can one view that receipt?

 Tell me when Hurt first stated he called the Oswald at the jail please?

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« Reply #18 on: May 06, 2018, 12:12:36 AM »
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Tell me when Hurt first stated he called the Oswald at the jail please?

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According to David Lifton, it was around 1970.
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Lifton believes the slip to be suspect. It was allegedly retrieved from the jail trash by someone to be kept as a souvenir.

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« Reply #19 on: May 06, 2018, 12:20:59 AM »
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According to David Lifton, it was around 1970.
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Lifton believes the slip to be suspect. It was allegedly retrieved from the jail trash by someone to be kept as a souvenir.

 So the story by Hurts Wife that he said it before his death is incorrect?  Even if you are correct about the note how does any of this cast doubt on Ms Treon's statements?

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