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Thanks for the link, Douglas.

http://youtube.com / James DiEugenio & Roger Stone Talk About The JFK Assassination (11/22/2013)

Even though I disagree with virtually every single thing James DiEugenio and Roger Stone have to say about the JFK assassination in that November 22, 2013, Internet video program linked above, I must say that I enjoyed watching it. And I'm sure conspiracy theorists will love it even more. ūüėČ

But when Jim D. said this near the end of the program....

"I think we've already proved, beyond the shadow of a doubt, that Oswald didn't shoot anybody that day."

....Jim was saying something that, in my opinion, is every bit as crazy and nonsensical as the "Hickey Shot JFK" theory that Jim was denouncing in that very same program. Because when Jim said the words "didn't shoot anybody", he was, of course, including Officer Tippit too. And how any reasonable person could think Oswald was not guilty of J.D. Tippit's murder too is something I just cannot even begin to fathom at all.

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Big blue letters don't make something reasonable.  Logic and a grain of salt work better.  I was already suspicious of Oswald's guilt in the Tippit murder from what I'd read previously but Mr. McBride's Into the Nightmare leaves little doubt LHO didn't shoot Tippit.  Have you read it David?  Likely not given your participation here, your website, others and blogs.  You wouldn't have time, even with split multiple personalities.  Logic makes it seem unreasonable that your one person with so much knowledge that responds in depth so quickly and often.

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1 hour ago, Ron Bulman said:

Big blue letters don't make something reasonable.  Logic and a grain of salt work better.  I was already suspicious of Oswald's guilt in the Tippit murder from what I'd read previously but Mr. McBride's Into the Nightmare leaves little doubt LHO didn't shoot Tippit.  Have you read it David?  Likely not given your participation here, your website, others and blogs.  You wouldn't have time, even with split multiple personalities.  Logic makes it seem unreasonable that your one person with so much knowledge that responds in depth so quickly and often.

WCR lone nuts knew the SBT was thin at best, they needed some diversion, anything to take the focus off of Elm St. events. Enter Dale "wanna see my EMMY" Myers. 

DVP is one of Myers biggest cheerleaders.

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Thank you for posting the Link Mr. Caddy.  I'd never seen it.  I was really surprised by Stones candor. Enough that he and Jim D seemed to develop a rapport on a few points.

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1 hour ago, Ron Bulman said:

Big blue letters don't make something reasonable.  Logic and a grain of salt work better.  I was already suspicious of Oswald's guilt in the Tippit murder from what I'd read previously but Mr. McBride's Into the Nightmare leaves little doubt LHO didn't shoot Tippit.  Have you read it David? 

No, I haven't read it. But I've seen quite a number of Mr. McBride's posts on this forum (enough to get a pretty good idea what his opinions are of the Tippit murder), and I do not think Mr. McBride "leaves little doubt" that Oswald was innocent of shooting Officer Tippit. Quite to the contrary. McBride's theories about how Tippit was killed are totally outrageous and wrong, in my opinion. And the 2014 article below by Dale Myers is certainly in line with my own thoughts about the Tippit case....

http://jfkfiles.blogspot.com / McBride's Folly: How Conspirati Avoid The Truth About The Murder Of Officer J.D. Tippit

To me, if "logic" is utilized in the J.D. Tippit murder case, then there's no possible way to avoid declaring Lee Harvey Oswald guilty of that crime.

As I said six years ago....

"The only possible way for Lee Harvey Oswald to be innocent of shooting J.D. Tippit is if the following idiotic situation occurred (which nobody could possibly even begin to believe happened on November 22, 1963) ----- Somebody other than Lee Oswald shoots Tippit with Oswald's revolver. This "non-Oswald" shooter (who looks just exactly like Lee Harvey Oswald, but really isn't him) then flees the scene of the Tippit crime, dumping four shells on the ground as he runs away. This non-Oswald shooter then meets up with the real Lee Oswald and hands off the Tippit murder weapon to LHO. Oswald then proceeds to the Texas Theater where he is arrested while in possession of the gun that somebody else used to kill Officer Tippit just 35 minutes earlier." -- DVP; June 4, 2013

 

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9 minutes ago, David Von Pein said:

No, I haven't read it. But I've seen quite a number of Mr. McBride's posts on this forum (enough to get a pretty good idea what his opinions are of the Tippit murder), and I do not think Mr. McBride "leaves little doubt" that Oswald was innocent of shooting Officer Tippit. Quite to the contrary. McBride's theories about how Tippit was killed are totally outrageous and wrong, in my opinion. And the 2014 article below by Dale Myers is certainly in line with my own thoughts about the Tippit case....

http://jfkfiles.blogspot.com / McBride's Folly: How Conspirati Avoid The Truth About The Murder Of Officer J.D. Tippit

To me, if "logic" is utilized in the J.D. Tippit murder case, then there's no possible way to avoid declaring Lee Harvey Oswald guilty of that crime.

As I said six years ago....

"The only possible way for Lee Harvey Oswald to be innocent of shooting J.D. Tippit is if the following idiotic situation occurred (which nobody could possibly even begin to believe happened on November 22, 1963) ----- Somebody other than Lee Oswald shoots Tippit with Oswald's revolver. This "non-Oswald" shooter (who looks just exactly like Lee Harvey Oswald, but really isn't him) then flees the scene of the Tippit crime, dumping four shells on the ground as he runs away. This non-Oswald shooter then meets up with the real Lee Oswald and hands off the Tippit murder weapon to LHO. Oswald then proceeds to the Texas Theater where he is arrested while in possession of the gun that somebody else used to kill Officer Tippit just 35 minutes earlier." -- DVP; June 4, 2013

 

David, respectfully, you have not read his book?  Forget what Myers said.  If nothing else watch the youtube videos.  I think LHO did it and conspiracists do a great disservice by not reading academic research in this matter.  You dont have to agree but you cannot say the other side is wrong unless you read it.  That is like a prosecutor going to trial  not having read the defense's experts report or vice versa.  

Technically its not "Mr.", its "Professor" McBride.

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18 hours ago, Ron Bulman said:

Logic makes it seem unreasonable that [you're] one person with so much knowledge that responds in depth so quickly and often.

I'll take that as a compliment (I guess). :)

But I'm sorry to wreck your theory about me. No "multiple personalities" here. I've always had just one body and I've never used an "alias" on any JFK forums.

 

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7 minutes ago, Cory Santos said:

David you have not read his book?  Forget what Myers said.  If nothing else watch the youtube videos.  I think LHO did it and conspiracists do a great disservice by not reading academic research in this matter.  You dont have to agree but you cannot say the other side is wrong unless you read it.  That is like a prosecutor going to trial  not having read the defense's experts report or vice versa 

There is no academic research supporting the Warren Omission BS.  LHO did not do it.

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38 minutes ago, Cory Santos said:

Forget what Myers said. 

Why on Earth would any sensible person do something so silly as to "forget what Myers said" when it comes to the subject of J.D. Tippit's murder? Mr. Myers, in my opinion, is the foremost expert on the Tippit crime.

http://With--Malice.blogspot.com

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10 minutes ago, Ron Bulman said:

There is no academic research supporting the Warren Omission BS.

Surely you jest.

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3 minutes ago, David Von Pein said:

Surely you jest.

I think that right winger, an early hero of mine, John Wayne, said Not Hardly. 

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