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Has anyone ever tried to duplicate the pic of the BDM?

jim

Gary Shaw posed there. Published in several books.

There is no black dog man in Moorman.

I think BDM was retouching to remove Gordon Arnold in Willis and Betzner.

However, Arnold also is not in Moorman.

Jack

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Gosh Jack I never thought of that. But what better way to cover Gordon up.

Thanks Jack. That really explains Black Dog Man for me.

Maybe the ones who invented BDM are the same ones that tore the license plate off the picture of the Chevy parked out back of Gen. Walker's house.

I have always wondered how BDM could be there one second and completely gone the next.

Jim

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Has anyone ever tried to duplicate the pic of the BDM?

jim

Gary Shaw posed there. Published in several books.

There is no black dog man in Moorman.

I think BDM was retouching to remove Gordon Arnold in Willis and Betzner.

However, Arnold also is not in Moorman.

Jack

Jack,

How does that explain Rosemary Willis describing Black Dog Man as a "conspicuous" person

who happened to "disappear the next instant"?

http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/hsca/reportvols/vol12/html/HSCA_Vol12_0006a.htm

Also, the HSCA examined Willis 5 and found a "very distinct straight-line feature" near the

"region of the hands."

Hmmm...JFK gets shot circa Z190 and someone with a "very distinct straight-line feature"..."in the

region of the hands"..."disappears the next instant"...

Rosemary's rapid headsap Z214-217 establishes the timing of her attention

being drawn to BDM's direction, a little more than a second after the throat shot.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=2394

Gee, I guess that rules BDM out as a shooter, eh? (sarcasm off)

Another false mystery in a case full of them.

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I agree with Duncans opinion 100%

I'm just curious...why would Rosemary Willis make up a story about a "conspicuous" person who happened

to "disappear the next instant"?

http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/hsca/reportvols/vol12/html/HSCA_Vol12_0006a.htm

I almost always defer to the people who were there, but that's just me...

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Has anyone ever tried to duplicate the pic of the BDM?

jim

Gary Shaw posed there. Published in several books.

There is no black dog man in Moorman.

I think BDM was retouching to remove Gordon Arnold in Willis and Betzner.

However, Arnold also is not in Moorman.

Jack

Jack,

How does that explain Rosemary Willis describing Black Dog Man as a "conspicuous" person

who happened to "disappear the next instant"?

http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/hsca/reportvols/vol12/html/HSCA_Vol12_0006a.htm

Also, the HSCA examined Willis 5 and found a "very distinct straight-line feature" near the

"region of the hands."

Hmmm...JFK gets shot circa Z190 and someone with a "very distinct straight-line feature"..."in the

region of the hands"..."disappears the next instant"...

Rosemary's rapid headsap Z214-217 establishes the timing of her attention

being drawn to BDM's direction, a little more than a second after the throat shot.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=2394

Gee, I guess that rules BDM out as a shooter, eh? (sarcasm off)

Another false mystery in a case full of them.

Gordon Arnold fell to the ground immediately, disappearing from Rosemary's view.

Jack

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I agree with Duncans opinion 100%

I'm just curious...why would Rosemary Willis make up a story about a "conspicuous" person who happened

to "disappear the next instant"?

http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/hsca/reportvols/vol12/html/HSCA_Vol12_0006a.htm

I almost always defer to the people who were there, but that's just me...

The woman and the baby hit the ground, right after that CardaginMan (The husband/dad) turned and ran up the stairs (as seen in Muchmore and Nix) to go back and protect his wife and child right after the head shot.

Sitzman saw the black couple on the bench eating and drinking soda, the bench that was right behind the retaining wall, in the same area that we see BDM in Willis and Betzner

Just like Duncan said its not BDM its BDW (and child)

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Has anyone ever tried to duplicate the pic of the BDM?

jim

Gary Shaw posed there. Published in several books.

There is no black dog man in Moorman.

I think BDM was retouching to remove Gordon Arnold in Willis and Betzner.

However, Arnold also is not in Moorman.

Jack

Jack,

How does that explain Rosemary Willis describing Black Dog Man as a "conspicuous" person

who happened to "disappear the next instant"?

http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/hsca/reportvols/vol12/html/HSCA_Vol12_0006a.htm

Also, the HSCA examined Willis 5 and found a "very distinct straight-line feature" near the

"region of the hands."

Hmmm...JFK gets shot circa Z190 and someone with a "very distinct straight-line feature"..."in the

region of the hands"..."disappears the next instant"...

Rosemary's rapid headsap Z214-217 establishes the timing of her attention

being drawn to BDM's direction, a little more than a second after the throat shot.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=2394

Gee, I guess that rules BDM out as a shooter, eh? (sarcasm off)

Another false mystery in a case full of them.

Gordon Arnold fell to the ground immediately, disappearing from Rosemary's view.

Jack

And Gordon Arnold was behind the concrete wall with a straight-line feature in the region of his hands?

Where in his statements is any of that established?

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I agree with Duncans opinion 100%

I'm just curious...why would Rosemary Willis make up a story about a "conspicuous" person who happened

to "disappear the next instant"?

http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/hsca/reportvols/vol12/html/HSCA_Vol12_0006a.htm

I almost always defer to the people who were there, but that's just me...

The woman and the baby hit the ground, right after that CardaginMan (The husband/dad) turned and ran up the stairs (as seen in Muchmore and Nix) to go back and protect his wife and child right after the head shot.

Sitzman saw the black couple on the bench eating and drinking soda, the bench that was right behind the retaining wall, in the same area that we see BDM in Willis and Betzner

Just like Duncan said its not BDM its BDW (and child)

According to the HSCA analysis it was a single individual, which is consistent with Rosemary

Willis describing a "conspicuous" person. Since Rosemary had the presence of mind to describe

Umbrella Man and his umbrella, how did she miss the baby being held by a "conspicuous" person?

And since when is a baby a "distinct straight-line feature"?

Duncan's analysis ignores the evidence.

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Duncan's analysis ignores the evidence.

Cliff

Show me another witness besides Rosemary Willis who saw a single "conspicuous" person in the BDM position

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Duncan's analysis ignores the evidence.

Cliff

Show me another witness besides Rosemary Willis who saw a single "conspicuous" person in the BDM position

The HSCA analysis of Willis 5, Dean.

http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/hsca/reportvols/vol12/html/HSCA_Vol12_0006a.htm

A "distinctly straight-line feature" that was "near the region of the hands" rules out

a baby, seems to me.

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Duncan's analysis ignores the evidence.

Cliff

Show me another witness besides Rosemary Willis who saw a single "conspicuous" person in the BDM position

The HSCA analysis of Willis 5, Dean.

http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/hsca/reportvols/vol12/html/HSCA_Vol12_0006a.htm

A "distinctly straight-line feature" that was "near the region of the hands" rules out

a baby, seems to me.

I didnt ask for an analysis Cliff, I asked for another witness

Both of us know that no other witness saw what Rosemary said she saw

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Duncan's analysis ignores the evidence.

Cliff

Show me another witness besides Rosemary Willis who saw a single "conspicuous" person in the BDM position

The HSCA analysis of Willis 5, Dean.

http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/hsca/reportvols/vol12/html/HSCA_Vol12_0006a.htm

A "distinctly straight-line feature" that was "near the region of the hands" rules out

a baby, seems to me.

I didnt ask for an analysis Cliff, I asked for another witness

Both of us know that no other witness saw what Rosemary said she saw

But since what she described is corroborated by Willis 5 her testimony trumps Duncan's speculation, I'd reckon.

"Distinct straight-line features" do not exist in nature.

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