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Online John Tonkovich

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Re: CE 2562
« Reply #120 on: February 03, 2020, 01:50:28 AM »
What do you hope to accomplish by arguing about the size, weight,and shipping?

Solve the case!   :)

No, just trying to air the issue.
Oswald ordered 36" rifle.
The FBI's hurried, uh, "activities led to amazing "discoveries" , in record time.
Close examination of the provided documents reveals discrepancies, and an incomplete record.
Explanations of "routine" substitution of 40" for 36" rifles is not supported by any documentation.

Offline Walt Cakebread

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Re: CE 2562
« Reply #121 on: February 03, 2020, 05:06:05 PM »
Solve the case!   :)

No, just trying to air the issue.
Oswald ordered 36" rifle.
The FBI's hurried, uh, "activities led to amazing "discoveries" , in record time.
Close examination of the provided documents reveals discrepancies, and an incomplete record.
Explanations of "routine" substitution of 40" for 36" rifles is not supported by any documentation.

Frankly, John.....Lee simply ordered the cheapest old rifle he could find .... He just wanted something for a staged photo that he thought would depict him as a heavily armed communist revolutionary ( like Fidel Castro)    I doubt that he cared if the rifle was 36 or 40 inches long.....( if he even noticed)

He and George De M ordered the carcano because it was unusual , which meant it could be traced easily.   They wanted the rifle to use in staging the BY photo, and then leaving the rifle as a "throw down gun" at Walker's house after a  bullet was fired through Walker's window.   The whole plan was intended to make Lee appear to be a communist revolutionary who had tried to shoot one of Castro's most vocal enemies ... ( Make it appear that Lee was a Castro supporter)   They thought that Lee would be welcome in Cuba...and that was their goal....  Lee wanted to infiltrate Castro's bastion and try to learn if the Russian Nuclear missiles had in fact been removed from Cuba.

Open your eyes and LOOK   I mean really LOOK at the BY photo.....  It's basically nothing but a carnival photo .....Like the silly photos where a person stands behind a picture (with a hole cut in the prop)  that shows a convict in stripes and a ball and chain around his ankle.  True,... it's not quite that obvious but CE 133A is a fraud Carnival photo, never the less.
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Online John Tonkovich

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Re: CE 2562
« Reply #122 on: February 04, 2020, 12:22:48 AM »
Frankly, John.....Lee simply ordered the cheapest old rifle he could find .... He just wanted something for a staged photo that he thought would depict him as a heavily armed communist revolutionary ( like Fidel Castro)    I doubt that he cared if the rifle was 36 or 40 inches long.....( if he even noticed)

He and George De M ordered the carcano because it was unusual , which meant it could be traced easily.   They wanted the rifle to use in staging the BY photo, and then leaving the rifle as a "throw down gun" at Walker's house after a  bullet was fired through Walker's window.   The whole plan was intended to make Lee appear to be a communist revolutionary who had tried to shoot one of Castro's most vocal enemies ... ( Make it appear that Lee was a Castro supporter)   They thought that Lee would be welcome in Cuba...and that was their goal....  Lee wanted to infiltrate Castro's bastion and try to learn if the Russian Nuclear missiles had in fact been removed from Cuba.

Open your eyes and LOOK   I mean really LOOK at the BY photo.....  It's basically nothing but a carnival photo .....Like the silly photos where a person stands behind a picture (with a hole cut in the prop)  that shows a convict in stripes and a ball and chain around his ankle.  True,... it's not quite that obvious but CE 133A is a fraud Carnival photo, never the less.

Facts, please. Citations.

The BYphotographs are curious, especially the dueling newspapers? Trotsky versus Stalin. An unlikely pair.
 The rifle ordered, 36", versus the rifle 40", in the National Archives.
Were there two rifles?

 

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