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Offline Martin Weidmann

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Re: The Limo Bullet Fragments....
« Reply #10 on: May 14, 2018, 12:16:59 PM »
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These Ďother guysí were Secret Service agents.

Do they have special permission to tamper with evidence?

So, you believe this Large Secret Enduring Conspiracy had no problem recruiting the Secret Service to take part. Or do you deny this?


Why don't you answer my question instead of asking one?

And btw stop guessing about what I believe or not. You're not very good at it anyway.

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Of course, you live in a conspiracy world, where everyone is suspect.

This is not about me. In your simple little world it seems to be ok to tamper with evidence as long as they have some sort of badge. Pathetic!

Who told them not to search the limousine?


Since when do they need to be told not to do something? Even the biggest idiot knows not to mess with a crime scene, doesn't he?

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Where this alleged conspiracy can recruit anyone they need to with no problem. The autopsy doctors. The Secret Service agents. The Dallas police. No problem at all, for believers in Large Secret Enduring Conspiracies.

Here we go again... the classic LN argument. A conspiracy isn't possible because they needed to involved half the population of the world, right? Get some grip on reality, please!

CTers, yourself included, donít provide a complete list of all the evidence that was faked. Of all the people who were likely involved in the conspiracy. You can only fail to do so if the amount of faked evidence is too long to list. If the number of conspirators is too long to list. Hence, the logical conclusion that you are a believer in Large Secret Enduring Conspiracies. But if you are not, give me some reason to believe you are not. Give me a couple of lists.


Evidence doesn't have to be fake to be misleading. It can be manipulated and misrepresented just as easily. The best lie is the one that stays as close to the truth as it can be. Hide the obvious deception in plain sight and hope nobody will notice.....

I don't really care what you believe or not about what my opinion is. This isn't about me. And as far as your "logical conclusion" is concerned..... the most logical thing for me to do seems to be to ignore it as an obvious delusion.

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Reasonable people have theories. Unreasonable people have established truths in their heads that they cannot seriously question.

Another LN argument

Translation; reasonable people agree with the crap I write and unreasonable people don't

You will never understand just how stupid that argument sounds, will you now?

Stupid for me to point out that it is reasonable to have theories, and not concrete beliefs that cannot be questioned?

You understand my comment exactly. No need to add anything more!

Btw I thought we were discussion some pieces of physical evidence and not your obsession with CTs who you think believe in large scale conspiracies.... Seems I was mistaken.

Do you think you can manage any time soon to show conclusively that CE 399 and the fragments now in evidence are indeed the same as the bullet found at Parkland and the fragments found in the car, or do you require more time?
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Online Walt Cakebread

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« Reply #11 on: May 14, 2018, 01:19:31 PM »
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Ballistic experts Robert Frazier and Joseph Nicol examined the stretcher bullet and the two fragments recovered from the limousine and determined that they were fired from the rifle found on the sixth floor of the TSBD, to the exclusion of all other rifles in the world.


Briliant, Einstein... now show conclusively that CE 399 and the fragments now in evidence are indeed the same as the bullet found at Parkland and the fragments found in the car..... can you do that?

Here's news for you; if you can't show that, everything else in your post falls apart and all you are left with is what you (want to) believe

Ballistic experts Robert Frazier and Joseph Nicol examined the stretcher bullet and the two fragments recovered from the limousine and determined that they were fired from the rifle found on the sixth floor of the TSBD, to the exclusion of all other rifles in the world.


In a telephone conversation with LBJ on 11/23/63 J.Edgar Hoover told LBJ..."We have what we call slivers, which are not very valuable in the identification."

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Re: The Limo Bullet Fragments....
« Reply #12 on: May 14, 2018, 05:14:30 PM »
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In conclusion, while it is possible that the fragments came from two different bullets, logic indicates that this is unlikely. Most likely, they came from the same bullet.

Joe Elliot, I think your conclusion is correct and your analysis is pretty darned good.

It should be noted that regardless of whether the fragments came from one bullet or two, they are devastating evidence against LHO.


"Ballistic experts Robert Frazier and Joseph Nicol examined the stretcher bullet and the two fragments recovered from the limousine and determined that they were fired from the rifle found on the sixth floor of the TSBD, to the exclusion of all other rifles in the world." 

Since we know the fragments came from bullets fired by C2766, unless the fragments were planted - and all the evidence showing Saint Oz ordered, paid for, and possessed C2766 is fabricated - we can only conclude that Saint Oz is guilty.

That is unless someone stole Saint Oz's rifle from the garage and used it to assassinate JFK.

LHO: GUILTY BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT

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Re: The Limo Bullet Fragments....
« Reply #13 on: May 14, 2018, 05:24:41 PM »
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Joe Elliot, I think your conclusion is correct and your analysis is pretty darned good.

It should be noted that regardless of whether the fragments came from one bullet or two, they are devastating evidence against LHO.


"Ballistic experts Robert Frazier and Joseph Nicol examined the stretcher bullet and the two fragments recovered from the limousine and determined that they were fired from the rifle found on the sixth floor of the TSBD, to the exclusion of all other rifles in the world." 

Since we know the fragments came from bullets fired by C2766, unless the fragments were planted - and all the evidence showing Saint Oz ordered, paid for, and possessed C2766 is fabricated - we can only conclude that Saint Oz is guilty.

That is unless someone stole Saint Oz's rifle from the garage and used it to assassinate JFK.

LHO: GUILTY BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT

Since we know the fragments came from bullets fired by C2766,

Gee Howie.....perhaps you should that a refresher course in reading comprehension.

In a telephone conversation with LBJ on 11/23/63 J.Edgar Hoover told LBJ..."We have what we call slivers, which are not very valuable in the identification."

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Re: The Limo Bullet Fragments....
« Reply #14 on: May 14, 2018, 05:49:32 PM »
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Since we know the fragments came from bullets fired by C2766,

Gee Howie.....perhaps you should that a refresher course in reading comprehension.

In a telephone conversation with LBJ on 11/23/63 J.Edgar Hoover told LBJ..."We have what we call slivers, which are not very valuable in the identification."

Walter, unfortunately for you and the Saint Oz defense team, more than just slivers were found in the limo, regardless of what Hoover told LBJ on 11/23/63.


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Re: The Limo Bullet Fragments....
« Reply #15 on: May 14, 2018, 06:32:30 PM »
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Joe Elliot, I think your conclusion is correct and your analysis is pretty darned good.

It should be noted that regardless of whether the fragments came from one bullet or two, they are devastating evidence against LHO.


"Ballistic experts Robert Frazier and Joseph Nicol examined the stretcher bullet and the two fragments recovered from the limousine and determined that they were fired from the rifle found on the sixth floor of the TSBD, to the exclusion of all other rifles in the world." 

Since we know the fragments came from bullets fired by C2766, unless the fragments were planted - and all the evidence showing Saint Oz ordered, paid for, and possessed C2766 is fabricated - we can only conclude that Saint Oz is guilty.

That is unless someone stole Saint Oz's rifle from the garage and used it to assassinate JFK.

LHO: GUILTY BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT

Since we know the fragments came from bullets fired by C2766, unless the fragments were planted - and all the evidence showing Saint Oz ordered, paid for, and possessed C2766 is fabricated - we can only conclude that Saint Oz is guilty.

Why would all of it need to be faked?

(btw, Richard needs your help in a couple of other threads -- he can't even get started on the evidence)

That is unless someone stole Saint Oz's rifle from the garage and used it to assassinate JFK.

Wow, you have the evidence to support that claim of C2766 being in that garage?

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Re: The Limo Bullet Fragments....
« Reply #16 on: May 15, 2018, 05:02:16 AM »
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No. You donít got it. There is supporting evidence.

Ballistic experts Robert Frazier and Joseph Nicol examined the stretcher bullet and the two fragments recovered from the limousine and determined that they were fired from the rifle found on the sixth floor of the TSBD, to the exclusion of all other rifles in the world.

Supporting evidence that the two fragments were from the same bullet? This is impossible to tell. But applying Occamís Razor, a proven tool, shows that this is most probable.

It was, of course, impossible to determine that the two fragments came from the same bullet or from two different bullets. But two different bullets each leaving a fragment that stays in the limousine, while the other fragment leaves the limousine, is patently unlikely for the following reasons.

We know for a fact that a part of the bullet, or a part of both bullets did not strike the limousine. This is a fluke, to happen to one bullet. It would be a super fluke to happen to two separate bullets.

If the fragments were from one bullet, it was just by luck the bullet curved upwards in JFKís head. A curve in any other direction would have resulted in all three fragments striking the limousine, likely resulting in the recovery of all three fragments within the limousine.



For the fragments to be from two different bullets, the following fluky events must have occurred.

** Both WCC/MC bullets had to fragment, which doesnít always occur. It would only occur if both struck bone at near muzzle velocity. Like a bullet hitting the skull.

** Both bullets would have to curve upwards, allowing one fragment to be intercepted by the limousine and later recovered, and the other fragment to clear the limousine.

** If the fragments came from two different bullets, in both cases, it was the smaller fragment that stayed behind while the larger fragment escaped. If the opposite happened, the weight of the found fragments would be more than the weight of a single bullet, alerting us to the fact that the fragments came from two different bullets. Or if just one of the larger fragments was found, this would likely tell us that the fragments came from two different bullets.

** Both fragments came from different parts of the bullet. If the fragments came from the same part of the bullet, then we would know that two different bullets caused the fragments.



In conclusion, while it is possible that the fragments came from two different bullets, logic indicates that this is unlikely. Most likely, they came from the same bullet.

Then cite your evidence. Why all the verbiage?

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Re: The Limo Bullet Fragments....
« Reply #17 on: May 15, 2018, 03:20:00 PM »
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Walter, unfortunately for you and the Saint Oz defense team, more than just slivers were found in the limo, regardless of what Hoover told LBJ on 11/23/63.

"more than just slivers were found in the limo, regardless of what Hoover told LBJ on 11/23/63."

Oh really, Howie?     So you think that simply because you lack the vocabulary that would enable you to understand that Hoover used a different word to describe the bullet fragments and he referred to the fragments as "slivers "......Then there were more pieces of a bullet found in the limo.   Please enlighten me about these pieces of a bullet(s) .....

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« Reply #18 on: May 15, 2018, 04:30:48 PM »
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"more than just slivers were found in the limo, regardless of what Hoover told LBJ on 11/23/63."

Oh really, Howie?     So you think that simply because you lack the vocabulary that would enable you to understand that Hoover used a different word to describe the bullet fragments and he referred to the fragments as "slivers "......Then there were more pieces of a bullet found in the limo.   Please enlighten me about these pieces of a bullet(s) .....

Walt, I'm not sure you're capable of being enlightened.

If you want to insist that the two large fragments found in the limo were merely slivers because that's what Hoover said on 11/23/63, go right ahead.

I understand how devastating the fragment evidence is to Saint Oz's defense team, and can't blame you for trying to deny it's existence.

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Re: The Limo Bullet Fragments....
« Reply #19 on: May 15, 2018, 04:54:08 PM »
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Walt, I'm not sure you're capable of being enlightened.

If you want to insist that the two large fragments found in the limo were merely slivers because that's what Hoover said on 11/23/63, go right ahead.

I understand how devastating the fragment evidence is to Saint Oz's defense team, and can't blame you for trying to deny it's existence.

I understand how devastating the fragment evidence is

In a telephone conversation with LBJ on 11/23/63 J.Edgar Hoover told LBJ..."We have (fragments) what we call slivers, which are not very valuable in the identification."

It seems to me that J. Edgar's statement to LBJ is far more devastating to  your contention ....  J. Edgar Hoover clearly told Lyin Bastroid Johnson that the fragments were NOT very valuable for identification purposes.....
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