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  1. Mr. SPECTER - Were you able to form any opinion as to the age of that man? Mr. ROWLAND - This is again just my estimation. He was--I think I remember telling my wife that he appeared in his early thirties. The count is now 3 witnesses for a suspicious man about 30 Baker - 30 Rowland - 30+ Sawyer's witness -30
  2. Isn't it interesting that this is a witness no one can name, or provide any identifying details for, but at the same time we're to believe Sawyer sent this man with an escort to the Sheriff's Office "to give fuller or more complete detail." You would think this would have produced a detailed written account or record. I'm suggesting that the witness was indeed escorted to the Sheriff's Office and an affidavit was written up. But if that witness saw a man "carrying" a rifle outside the building, that affidavit would not work with a rifle having been discovered on the 6th floor. In ot
  3. I like Bill Simpich's conclusion in State Secret: Sawyer's witness was part of the conspiracy, he was a nondescript white man whose job was to go tell the police Oswald's description to get it on the radio, and that this description probably came from the files on Oswald. Then you have to deal with you're planted witness attending the Sheriff's Office under escort; Mr. BELIN. Inspector, do you remember anything else about this person who you say gave you the primary description? Mr. SAWYER. No, I do not, except that I did send him with an escort to the Sheriff's Office
  4. Either that, or after telling the story for 30 years he got good at telling it. I'd say that is more likely. While Oswald was sitting in the theatre, the weapon used on 10th, was heading in his direction.
  5. I definitely walked away feeling like Oswald tried to murder him and he was lucky to be alive. Why would Oswald attempt to shoot a police officer in the theatre?
  6. Baker was close with his affidavit, he said 30 years old, 165 pounds and 5'9" Except the guy was wearing a brown jacket, and was on the 3rd or 4th floor Sawyer, who after speaking to Baker at the freight elevators on the 4th floor, announced on Channel 2 a few minutes after speaking to Baker, that the guy they want is 30 years old, 165 pounds and 5'10". This was at 12:43 Where it gets interesting, is that Sawyer said that the witness described the rifle that the suspect was "carrying" as a possibly a Winchester. In other words, it was not just a barrel that was seen, but enough
  7. I think what this suggests is that two different guns fired by two different people killed officer Tippit. Correct. The 10th Street shooter with the revolver fired Western Cartridges. That revolver ended up in the hands of McDonald for the "struggle" to relieve Oswald of a weapon he didn't possess. The blunder was the later incorrect mix of cartridges.
  8. Mr. FRITZ. The only thing he said he had done wrong, "The only law I violated was in the show; I hit the officer in the show; he hit me in the eye and I guess I deserved it." He said, "That is the only law I violated." He said, "That is the only thing I have done wrong." At that point, you'd expect the Homicide Captain to explain to the suspect that attempting to shoot a police officer was also in violation of the law
  9. You guys jumped a little too quick, the bullet was right where she said it was.
  10. 39:45 Aynesworth turns to Frazier: You do believe Oswald fired out that window, don't you? Frazier: I've been told that Crowd laughs
  11. Chris, The gif directly above would have Hughes standing more towards the centre of Houston than I believe he was. If you look at the frame I posted in the original post, you will also see that the axle gap is very obvious, and that I have been conservative in my angle calculations, in other words, I believe the swing may be wider. One can squeeze the limo into the Elm St centre lane and ignore Truly's comments, disregard the repeated re-enactments whereby the limo stand in vehicle originates from Position A, and determine alternate reasons why we don't see the Zapruder turn onto Elm
  12. "Hood's tasting of the pooled liquid and stating it was blood is a hugely bolstering piece of information regarding this truly being spilled blood imo" Combine all the information you have in the immediate area, and see if it develops into a sensible story; Pool of liquid Taste test determines blood Pool of blood indicating stationary victim Blood trail towards TSBD No body If someone was shot and bleeding to the extent they couldn't move, and yet there was a blood trail, there is the possibility that the victim was whisked away by persons unknown. We kn
  13. So the cops find the Beckley address in Oswald's pocket .... but they miss a pocket full of bullets? whatever
  14. Landis (right rear running board) was tracking a black male running left to right up through there. He was looking to where he thought a shot came from (front and right) Landis had his gun out, he was pointing at him, but could not see anything in his hands. The thing with the blood pool, the size of it infers the victim came to a full stop and really bled out. If anybody was lying there, Landis's black male would have virtually leapt over the body. Unless, of course, Landis actually popped a few rounds off. Come to think of it, Jean Hill said she thought the SS returned fi
  15. Cheers Tony, that leads to the question, did the AP already have a photo on file from, say, the defection story or Oswald's arrest in New Orleans, or did they need to get one? Photo was of Oswald on arrival at Police HQ circa 2pm taken by Kaufman I have not gone back and tried to find this alleged claim that Mr. Johnson called the police after he saw Oswald's picture on the TV. This goes against everyone's account of what happened that afternoon. Who made this claim? I have never heard of such a phone call. Different stories, no tenant ledger, rent payments on paper scraps, no p
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