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48 minutes ago, Micah Mileto said:

Ever have the videos by Mark Oakes? 

No, I haven't.

 

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The video "ON THE TRAIL OF THE MYSTERY FBI MAN" apparently has Alvin Maddox of the DPD [sic; Maddox was with Bill Decker's Dallas County Sheriff's Department, not the DPD] saying he actually saw a bullet which was recovered from the grass at south of Elm St. 

My guess would be that Maddox's alleged sighting of a bullet can be put in the same category as that of the alleged sighting of a Dealey Plaza bullet by Maddox's partner, Buddy Walthers --- and that category is: Bogus.

More....

http://jfk-archives.blogspot.com/2015/04/Buddy Walthers And The Alleged "Extra Bullet"

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Related book excerpt....

"Though [Buddy] Walthers couldn’t have been clearer that he found no bullet in the turf, many conspiracy theorists to this day maintain he did. In the book "Brush with History", author Eric R. Tagg writes that “Buddy Walthers told his partner Alvin Maddox, Jr., Deputy Roger Craig, his wife Dorothy, Inspector Sawyer, and some reporters that a .45 caliber slug was found at that time . . . After a lecture from Sheriff Bill Decker, Walthers later denied to the Warren Commission that a bullet was found” (Tagg, "Brush with History", pp.10–11). So Walthers told a considerable number of people, but Decker got him to lie and change his story. On its face this is a preposterous story, with people as prominent as Sheriff Decker and Inspector J. Herbert Sawyer of the Dallas Police Department in a conspiracy to cover up the facts of the assassination. And there is no corroboration of Tagg’s assertion, for which he offers no citations. Both Craig and Sawyer testified before the Warren Commission, and neither indicated any knowledge of a fourth bullet being found. Craig merely said that ten or twelve minutes after the shooting “Lemmy Lewis or Buddy Walthers” told him in Dealey Plaza “that one of the bullets had ricocheted off the south curb of Elm Street,” not that any bullet was found. (6 H 265, WCT Roger D. Craig) And this was way before Sheriff Bill Decker would have had any chance to tell Walthers to say he hadn’t found a bullet." -- Vincent Bugliosi; Page 310 of Endnotes in "Reclaiming History"

 

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10 minutes ago, David Von Pein said:

"Though [Buddy] Walthers couldn’t have been clearer that he found no bullet in the turf, many conspiracy theorists to this day maintain he did. In the book "Brush with History", author Eric R. Tagg writes that “Buddy Walthers told his partner Alvin Maddox, Jr., Deputy Roger Craig, his wife Dorothy, Inspector Sawyer, and some reporters that a .45 caliber slug was found at that time . . . After a lecture from Sheriff Bill Decker, Walthers later denied to the Warren Commission that a bullet was found” (Tagg, "Brush with History", pp.10–11). So Walthers told a considerable number of people, but Decker got him to lie and change his story. On its face this is a preposterous story, with people as prominent as Sheriff Decker and Inspector J. Herbert Sawyer of the Dallas Police Department in a conspiracy to cover up the facts of the assassination. And there is no corroboration of Tagg’s assertion, for which he offers no citations. Both Craig and Sawyer testified before the Warren Commission, and neither indicated any knowledge of a fourth bullet being found. Craig merely said that ten or twelve minutes after the shooting “Lemmy Lewis or Buddy Walthers” told him in Dealey Plaza “that one of the bullets had ricocheted off the south curb of Elm Street,” not that any bullet was found. (6 H 265, WCT Roger D. Craig) And this was way before Sheriff Bill Decker would have had any chance to tell Walthers to say he hadn’t found a bullet." -- Vincent Bugliosi; Page 310 of Endnotes in "Reclaiming History"

 

"In June, 1968, Walthers reported a bombing outside his home in Oak Cliff. That case is still under investigation" (Dallas Morning News, January 11, 1969)

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1 hour ago, Micah Mileto said:

"In June, 1968, Walthers reported a bombing outside his home in Oak Cliff..."

Probably just more of Manchurian Sirhan's handiwork.

 

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12 minutes ago, David Von Pein said:

Probably just more of Manchurian Sirhan's handiwork.

 

Well, they never caught the guy that did it. So I totally can't take Walthers' later denials seriously. Because he had a bomb explode outside of his house around the time Jim Garrison was talking about extra bullets.

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Wake the neighbors and send a tweet to Donald Trump! (He'll surely want to be notified about this Breaking News!) .... 😁

I've expanded this webpage....

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5 hours ago, David Von Pein said:

Wake the neighbors and send a tweet to Donald Trump! (He'll surely want to be notified about this Breaking News!) .... 😁

I've expanded this webpage....

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I don't know how well that would turn out, man. "Hey Trump, the JFK Assassination WAS accomplished by one guy! Just look at my blog!"

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21 minutes ago, Micah Mileto said:

I don't know how well that would turn out, man. "Hey Trump, the JFK Assassination WAS accomplished by one guy! Just look at my blog!"

Precisely. 😁

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