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Offline Gary Craig

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Re: Oswald's revolver
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Offline Bob Prudhomme

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« Reply #17 on: March 09, 2018, 06:15:59 PM »
"Mr. HILL. There were six in the chambers of the gun. One of them had an indention in the primer that appeared to be caused by the hammer. There were five others. All of the shells at this time had indentions."

What does Hill mean when he says the other five shells also had "indentions"? Was he saying their primers were indented as the 6th one was?



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Offline John Iacoletti

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« Reply #18 on: March 13, 2018, 10:08:13 PM »
Of course you didn't ( change your mind) .....   Just as it's impossible to form concrete after it's cured.....Your brain is like concrete.....

All it takes is scientific evidence, Walt.  Voice Stress Analysis is neither.

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Offline Jerry Freeman

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« Reply #19 on: July 15, 2018, 07:29:48 PM »
Oswald has been arrested in the Theater and they get in the car. Carroll, the driver has Oswald's gun in his belt. He hands the gun to Hill who is sitting next to him in the front seat. Hill breaks the gun open to see if there are any live rounds in it. Hill tells the WC:

 http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/russ/testimony/hill_gl.htm
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Mr. HILL. Then I broke the gun open to see how many shells it contained and how many live rounds it had in it.
Mr. BELIN. How many did you find?
Mr. HILL. There were six in the chambers of the gun. One of them had an indention in the primer that appeared to be caused by the hammer. There were five others. All of the shells at this time had indentions.
All of the shells appeared to have at one time or another scotch tape on them because in an area that would have been the width of a half inch strip of scotch tape, there was kind of a bit of lint and residue on the jacket of the shell.


Wouldn't you just grab a handful of shells out of the box and stick them in your pocket?
Did the shells the police found in Oswald's pocket about 4 hours after they brought him into the station also have scotch tape residue on them?

There weird part is ...there was no 'box'.
No other ammunition of any kind was proven to have been in Oswald's possession at any time.
The rifle shells and remaining loads were [apparently] print free also. Room-free of bullets...Paine garage ...no ammo.
These facts seem difficult to ignore but yet they have been been since 1963.
No proof existed that Oswald loaded the revolver or had ever fired it prior to the alleged encounter.
 
Can we get our head around....how many rounds of ammo did Oswald allegedly bring with the gun?
We have the slugs that were fired into the cop=4 correct?....then how many shells were found?...
four [they say].
According to the Dale Meyers  research  [based on testimony?] there were six rounds found in the revolver plus five more found in Oswald's pocket plus the four shots that makes 5+6+4=15 bullets so far but we don't really know if the gun was supposed to be fully loaded to begin with do we? But then why not?
If it was, then that would mean that the supposed killer would have had taken [indeed] a total of 15 rounds to combat the entire Dallas Police Department...six in the gun and nine extra.
The alleged, capped Tippit with three in the chest that put the cop down...why the coup d' gras? One in the head? Seemed an unnecessary use of a rapidly diminishing arsenal.

I believe this memo states that the FBI didn't match rounds from the alleged revolver and fired by the alleged killer did not match any bullets found in any other shot up bodies.
Also indention info....Q-177 & Q-178... Did the FBI not disagree with Sgt Hill?
https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=10672#relPageId=164&tab=page