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Under the Constitution of the United States of America, before there can be a trial in a murder case, the evidence must be presented to a grand jury and the grand jury must evaluate that evidence and make the determination as to whether or not there is enough evidence to indict anyone for the crime. Dave Reitzes, in his Skeptic article, calls for a careful and sober analysis of the evidence, and a number of other threads have descended into an argument over the evidence and what it means. DVP says that the evidence proves Lee Harvey Oswald was the assassin because the bullet shells found at the scene were at one time fired through the rifle, the rifle was purchased through the mail by Lee Harvey Oswald and found on the Sixth Floor of the TSBD, so therefore Oswald must have fired the bullets that killed the President. Oswald told his brother, "Don't believe the so-called evidence," and indeed, there are many questions as to the origin of the bullets, where did they come from? While i will introduce each piece of evidence, one at a time, to a devoted thread, in the order in which the evidence was discovered, beginning with the bullet shells discovered by Dallas Deputy Sheriff Luke Mooney at approximately 1:10 pm on 11/22/63 under a window in the South East corner of the Texas School Book Depository. It would be nice if someone could provide a photo of these three shells - and the Warren Report photo of them on the floor with the circles around them. This thread is devoted strictly to the topic of the shells and what they tell us and I ask people to please stay on topic. Additional threads will be started on other exhibits - including the boxes of books, the paper bag, the rifle, etc. but we should stick to the shells first as they were the first pieces of evidence discovered in the crime.