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Robert Prudhomme

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About Robert Prudhomme

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  • Birthday 12/18/1955

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    British Columbia, Canada
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    Gold mining, horses, pickup trucks, fishing, hunting, killing trees, you know....the usual redneck stuff

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  1. Okay, how fast would the bullet be travelling, in feet per second, to only penetrate the flesh of the back one inch? Did the shooter know the round was faulty? Why would a home made bullet be more difficult to trace back to an assassin than a factory made bullet? Was the round attenuated (reduced in force) or faulty, or a combination of the two? Was the rifle zeroed (sighted) in for that particular round?
  2. Hi Thomas Once again, ignore everything above this line as I am still having problems with the Quote/Reply function. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi Thomas If it was just one woman we were looking for it might not be so bad, but we have to find four women unaccounted for; unless we assume Calvery, Westbrook, Hicks and Reed were not actually together as a group. I was thinking about what Pat Speer said about the confusion regarding the two Elm Streets. Is it p
  3. I'm sorry, Bill, but since you seem intent on reporting me to James Gordon every time I disagree with you, I am placing you on "Ignore". I have just been told I stand a good chance of being permanently banned from this forum. It is quite clear at this point that discussing this case with you is rather futile, as you fail to recognize facts for what they are. For example, not having evidence that Linda's remarks were not true and factual? Don't you find that a bit absurd?
  4. Okay, Michael, whatever you say. I've shot more rifles at animals than I can remember but, what do I know? You've watched Youtube videos so now you're an expert. Just do me a favour and don't share your ballistics "knowledge" with me.
  5. I don't really care if you got it from Santa Claus, Bill. What you posted proves absolutely nothing, other than that you seem fond of making assumptions and then attempting to post them as established facts.
  6. Unless, of course, you are afraid your answer will be ridiculed.
  7. They do look alike with their matching head scarves. However, the other three have names attached to them. Can we discount the names attached to them, or do we go through another laborious search?
  8. " Mr. BALL. Did Gloria come up?Ms.. MOLINA. Yes, she came. I was in the lobby standing there and she came in with this other girl. [if Truly came in 20-30 secs after the shots as Molina says above, and we know Calvery was not far behind him - or Baker and him - and Molina says he SAW her "come in" - then I assumed, pretty logically I think, that Molina had to have followed Truly in, and he was then almost immediately followed in by Calvery. He says he saw her come in so he had to have gone in just after Truly and before her. Does that make sense? ] " Bill Are you by any chance relate
  9. Hi Thomas I'm having trouble still with the Quote/Reply function and it keeps showing the 1st page of this thread. Just ignore everything above this. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Robert, Which begs the question, "Did the FBI fabricate all of their statements because they, or at least one of them, were somehow involved in the assassination?" Why else would the FBI fabricate their statements, Robert?" I'm thinking much the same thing you are, Thomas, b
  10. That would be like two cars, each travelling 100 mph, colliding head on and coming to a dead stop after gently bouncing off of each other's bumper.
  11. Do you know how many deer I've killed over my lifetime? Bullets travelling 2200 feet per second simply do not come to a halt after penetrating a mere inch of flesh.
  12. ac·com·pa·ny əˈkəmp(ə)nē/ verb 1. go somewhere with (someone) as a companion or escort. "the two sisters were to accompany us to New York" synonyms: go with, travel with, keep someone company, tag along with, hang out with; More
  13. Bill Do you believe the woman on the left was Gloria Calvery? Do you also believe Running Woman was Gloria Calvery?
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