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Offline Jerry Organ

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Re: Oswald spent shells fingerprints?
« Reply #20 on: March 15, 2019, 03:22:15 PM »
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I believe that beating a confession out of some poor soul was SOP in  Henry Wade's Texas..... And when Lee Oswald refused to comply, they robbed him of the ability to deny their accusations....
You're talking about the police having to be nice to this Oswald fellow, who would murder a guard if he could overpower him. Yet there's not a mark on him that wasn't there when he was bought in. DPD's biggest problem was they accommodated the press too much.
You see this mistake today in America when police hold press conferences the day of a massacre or controversial shooting, and release details, and not soon after the 911 calls, etc. Compared with Canada where most details are kept confidential until brought out in trial.

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Online Walt Cakebread

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Re: Oswald spent shells fingerprints?
« Reply #21 on: March 15, 2019, 03:42:06 PM »
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You're talking about the police having to be nice to this Oswald fellow, who would murder a guard if he could overpower him. Yet there's not a mark on him that wasn't there when he was bought in. DPD's biggest problem was they accommodated the press too much.
You see this mistake today in America when police hold press conferences the day of a massacre or controversial shooting, and release details, and not soon after the 911 calls, etc. Compared with Canada where most details are kept confidential until brought out in trial.

You're talking about the police having to be nice to this Oswald fellow, who would murder a guard if he could overpower him.

Would it be too much trouble for you to provide just an iota of evidence that Lee Oswald was a brute "who would murder a guard if he could overpower him. "

In Henry Wades Texas they also kept the evidence from the public....Just like Canada....   It was much easier to dupe the public, and convict an Oswald, in the days before cell phone cameras and the internet.   

Would you please post the map of the sixth floor that was created by Detective Robert Studebaker.


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Re: Oswald spent shells fingerprints?
« Reply #22 on: March 15, 2019, 09:48:30 PM »
The Dallas PD did a terrible job investigating the JFK murder:
1) Limited their search immediately after the killing to the TBD and grassy knoll area
2) Failed to follow SOP for chain of custody for evidence
3) Allowed the crime scene to be removed to Wash. DC ( President's limo)
4) Allowed the body of JFK to be removed to Wash DC without an autopsy being performed. Texas State law REQUIRED it!
5) Allowed the media total access to the DPD HQ's during an ongoing investigation- totally insane!
6) Failed to allow the accused  legal repesentation BEFORE questioning.
7) Failed to document interviews with the accused
8) Failed to protect the accused from harm while in custody ( LHO shooting)
9) Took photo and video evidence from witnesses without due process, a warrant, or any legal basis. And NEVER returned them.
10) Bowed to the wishes of the FBI, SS, and CIA to take over the investigation despite the fact that there was no Federal law that governed the killing of a President. Thus absconding their duty to the public to " protect and defend"

11) etc, etc, etc....   It's pretty evident that DPD either was totally incompetant, OR.....were a part of something.

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Re: Oswald spent shells fingerprints?
« Reply #23 on: March 15, 2019, 11:37:00 PM »
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The Dallas PD did a terrible job investigating the JFK murder:
1) Limited their search immediately after the killing to the TBD and grassy knoll area
2) Failed to follow SOP for chain of custody for evidence
3) Allowed the crime scene to be removed to Wash. DC ( President's limo)
4) Allowed the body of JFK to be removed to Wash DC without an autopsy being performed. Texas State law REQUIRED it!
5) Allowed the media total access to the DPD HQ's during an ongoing investigation- totally insane!
6) Failed to allow the accused  legal repesentation BEFORE questioning.
7) Failed to document interviews with the accused
8) Failed to protect the accused from harm while in custody ( LHO shooting)
9) Took photo and video evidence from witnesses without due process, a warrant, or any legal basis. And NEVER returned them.
10) Bowed to the wishes of the FBI, SS, and CIA to take over the investigation despite the fact that there was no Federal law that governed the killing of a President. Thus absconding their duty to the public to " protect and defend"

11) etc, etc, etc....   It's pretty evident that DPD either was totally incompetant, OR.....were a part of something.

They were a bunch of Rednecks...but not that incompetent.  They clearly took fake photos of the "crime scene" and presented those photos as authentic photos of the scene.  And Day and Fritz lied their eyes out...to frame Lee Oswald.

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Re: Oswald spent shells fingerprints?
« Reply #24 on: March 16, 2019, 06:09:59 AM »
Well stated, Dale.

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Offline Jerry Freeman

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Re: Oswald spent shells fingerprints?
« Reply #25 on: March 16, 2019, 03:00:52 PM »
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They were a bunch of Rednecks...but not that incompetent.  They clearly took fake photos of the "crime scene" and presented those photos as authentic photos of the scene.  And Day and Fritz lied their eyes out...to frame Lee Oswald.
Don't leave out Westbrook and Hill.

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« Reply #26 on: March 16, 2019, 03:08:43 PM »
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Don't leave out Westbrook and Hill.

Jerry, I couldn't begin to list all of the DPD officers who lied....  It would be easier to list those who didn't Lie....And the top of that short list would be Jack Revill.

And Gerald Hill would most certainly be right at the top of the Liars list,  along with John Day, and Will Fritz.....   
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