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  1. Sandy Larsen

    Oswald was not in MC

    Francois arguments go like this: I know there was no conspiracy or coverup because (any one of the following): ....the people allegedly involved say so. ....a certain smart person says so. ....I believe so. He seems to be fully incapable of critical reasoning.
  2. Sandy Larsen

    2nd Floor Never Happened

    Sure David, just like the " non-conspiratorial explanations" used by the U.S. government to cover up their testing of LSD and radioactive materials on unsuspecting civilians. Which you undoubtedly would be using to defend the U.S. government if the truth hadn't gotten out.
  3. Sandy Larsen

    2nd Floor Never Happened

    Nope closer study will reveal one hand risen and one arm down.  Edited 36 minutes ago by Bart Kamp I see both hands raised. In this frame, his right hand is at about chin level, and his left hand is at about chest level.
  4. Sandy Larsen

    2nd Floor Never Happened

    My problem with being a pop bottle has always been that nobody uses two hands to drink out of a bottle. And yet PM always has both hands raised. It just occurred to me that he might have a sandwich in his other hand.
  5. Sandy Larsen

    2nd Floor Never Happened

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  6. Sandy Larsen

    2nd Floor Never Happened

    Right. And this second report is self-contradictory because it has Oswald eating his lunch, etc., AFTER the shooting and with police already in the building. Which is a sure sign of alteration. In fact, if you remove the parts of that paragraph referring to the police search and the Baker/Oswald encounter, it all makes sense again.
  7. Sandy Larsen

    Prayer Man

    Prevailing testimony? It's just two guys testifying for the WC and one guy's 50 year-old memory that contradicts what he had said 50 years prior. And what you don't get is that those two guys -- Lovelady and Shelley -- were coached to say what they did for the WC in order to discredit Victoria Adams. Shelley's first-day statement doesn't contradict his being on the steps in Darnell. Carl Jones waited several seconds after the shooting before he crossed the street. He had to have, given that Woman in All White had traveled a much farther distance during the same period of time
  8. Sandy Larsen

    Oswald was not in MC

    Had the CIA plotters planted photos of the real Oswald and phone conversations of a guy whose voice could pass for Oswald's in their Mexico City surveillance data, the FBI investigation would not have discovered the (fabricated) Oswald/Cuban/Russian conspiracy to kill the president. I believe that the plotters intentionally used non-Oswald photos and phone transcriptions in order to tip off the FBI assassination investigation to the (fabricated) fact that Oswald was involved in a conspiracy. And that they used KGB officer Nikolai S. Leonov's photo to bolster the case for Russian conspiracy. They even had a Leonov look-alike (rather than an Oswald look-alike) appear at the Cuban Consulate to support the surveillance photo of him.
  9. Sandy Larsen

    Prayer Man

    Well of course Bill Shelley had time to meet Gloria Calvery at the concrete island, given that she had time to run to that position herself. The reason you say Shelley didn't have time is only because it is inconsistent with your understanding of the events. Anyway, what you are disputing is precisely what Shelley said happened. And he said it just hours after it occurred. Yes, Shelley's statement is brief. But it is also very clear and specific on the point that he ran across the road and bumped into Gloria Calvery there at that concrete island. After which he returned to the building. So let me get this straight. First you choose to believe Bill Shelley's LATER (and likely influenced) WC testimony over his first day statement. And then you back that up with a statement Buell Frazier made FIFTY YEARS LATER. If instead we consider Frazier's 1964 WC testimony, we discover quite a different story: Mr. FRAZIER - ....I heard two more of the same type of, you know, [backfire] sounds, and by that time people was running everywhere, and falling down and screaming, and naturally then I knew something was wrong, and so I come to the conclusion somebody else, somebody was shooting at somebody and I figured it was him. Mr. BALL - You figured it was who? Mr. FRAZIER - I figured it was somebody shooting at President Kennedy because people were running and hollering So back in 1964 Frazier was saying that he'd figured the president was shot due to the fact that people were running all over the place. But 50 years after that he says he wasn't so sure that the president had been shot even after the girl said he had. (!) And in his testimony Frazier doesn't say a thing about when Shelley left the steps relative to when the girl arrived.
  10. Sandy Larsen

    Prayer Man

    Andrej, First, I think you're making a big mistake by believing that Bill Shelley was wrong in his first day statement but being truthful in his WC testimony. First day testimonies are generally more accurate than later testimonies. And it is noteworthy that Shelley changed his story significantly for the WC. (We who have studied it know why he changed his story.) Second, this collage proves that a motorcade spectator had enough time to get from way down on Elm Street to the TSBD steps in the period of time from the shooting to the Darnell frame you are analyzing:   Note the woman in all white (in grayscale) who is wearing a scarf. I searched through dozens of photos and found that there was only one such woman in the area at the time of the shooting. We see her watching the motorcade in the Z-film inset, and then again at the steps near Lovelady in Darnell. That proves she had time to get there. If that woman had enough time to move that distance, then Shelley certainly had the time to cross the road and then return.
  11. Sandy Larsen

    Prayer Man

    Don't know if it's true, but someone on another thread said that Frazier was afraid for his kids. I've always wondered why Frazier provided dubious testimony against Oswald (the rifle's paper sack) and then backed off (the content of the paper sack was too short to be a rifle). This thing about his kids could explain it.
  12. Sandy Larsen

    Prayer Man

    Andrej, the above statement is not true. Check for yourself. Shelley's first DPD statement Lovelady's first FBI statement It wasn't till March 1964, right before testifying for the Warren Commission, that Shelley and Lovelady changed their stories and said they walked to the railroad yard. They were talked into changing their stories so that their testimonies could be used to discredit Victoria Adams.
  13. Sandy Larsen

    Prayer Man

    Andrej, Bill Shelley lied in his WC testimony. Read his first-day DPD statement. He said that after the the shooting he crossed the road and bumped into Gloria Calvery at the little concrete island there. He then returned to the TSBD, went inside, and called his wife. Of course it's possible that he again stopped at the steps before going inside. But the fact that we see Gloria Calvery at the steps means that Shelley had already left the steps and returned by the time of the frame you are modeling.
  14. Sandy Larsen

    Oswald was not in MC

    What witnesses saw Oswald in Mexico City? You mean the ones who saw the short blond guy, Duran and Azcue? Oswald wasn't blond. And he wasn't short by 1960s standards. They didn't see Oswald at all, they saw an imposter.
  15. Sandy Larsen

    Prayer Man

    Andrej's evidence: Francois' evidence: "Prayer Man is not Lee Oswald. Period. Mark my words."
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