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So you agree with an Oswald Accuser. Thought so.

Prithee name the Oswald accuser that I am supposed to agree with,

considering I make

NO ACCUSATIONS WHATSOEVER

against Lee.

And please refrain from making further frivolous comments about the massacre of schoolchildren in Connecticut.

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Here is a 1974 article by Jerry Rose dismissing the $200 a month FBI informant story.

http://www.maryferre...24&relPageId=16

Jerry Rose earned his reputation as an outstanding researcher and his Third and Fourth Decade Journals have proven invaluable over the years.

In the above referenced article, Dr Rose concluded:

No, I don't believe Oswald was agent #179 of the FBI as reported by the Dallas cowboys. But he was almost surely

an undercover agent, as those upon whom he was informing were in an excellent position to know.

Earlier in that article Rose noted:

A clerk in the FBI office, William Walter, claimed to have seen a file in that office identifying Oswald as an undercover agent.

Here is Walter's sworn HSCA testimony: http://www.maryferre...331&relPageId=4

Michael

Thanks for the Walter submission he takes the next 24 pages to explain what was

"Wrong" with the warning of the 17th. Cat and mouse but no mouse I was quite upset he did

Not explain the process required to make a teletype machine.

I do not see the purpose of leaking the warning message when it had already

Been removed from all offices?. Maybe professional pride!.

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Oswald's IQ was just one point lower than John F. Kennedy's. 118 vs. 119. http://www.kids-iq-t...ous-people.html

This is also a case of "hindsight bias," It is very easy for the author of this thread to say that Oswald should have known he was being framed, 49 years later.

Hindsight bias: The term hindsight bias refers to the tendency people have to view events as more predictable than they really are. After an event, people often believe that they knew the outcome of the event before it actually happened. The phenomenon has been demonstrated in a number of different situations, including politics and sporting events. In experiments, people often recall their predictions before the event as much stronger than they actually were. http://psychology.ab...dsight-bias.htm

Hindsight bias is real and it gives me the opportunity to say that given all this hindsight, anyone who believes Oswald did it ( alone if you will ) is the real idiot.

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Oswald's IQ was just one point lower than John F. Kennedy's. 118 vs. 119. http://www.kids-iq-t...ous-people.html

This is also a case of "hindsight bias," It is very easy for the author of this thread to say that Oswald should have known he was being framed, 49 years later.

Hindsight bias: The term hindsight bias refers to the tendency people have to view events as more predictable than they really are. After an event, people often believe that they knew the outcome of the event before it actually happened. The phenomenon has been demonstrated in a number of different situations, including politics and sporting events. In experiments, people often recall their predictions before the event as much stronger than they actually were. http://psychology.ab...dsight-bias.htm

Hindsight bias is real and it gives me the opportunity to say that given all this hindsight, anyone who believes Oswald did it ( alone if you will ) is the real idiot.

In another example, JFK himself wonder (after the fact) why he had been so stupid not to know what the CIA (and top military leaders) were up before the Bay of Pigs fiasco, as remembered by Ted Sorensen, his Special Counsel:

SORENSEN: I remember this very well. It was the day that the invasion and the aftermath ended. We were in his office, and he went outside to walk in the sunshine in the April day; we walked around the garden in the back, and he was more distraught than I'd ever seen him. "How could I have been so stupid?" he said. "How could I have let the experts so mislead me? I never pay attention... I never rely on experts alone." That's how he'd gotten where he was in politics, that's how he had achieved what he had achieved in life, by not relying on experts; and this time he had relied on them and they had let him down

http://www.gwu.edu/~.../sorensen1.html

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No comment on the Pena episode

which remains a swearing match between Pena and De Breys

but I think Adrian Alba is a person of interest.

Of course I don't believe his testimony about the FBI,

but I think Alba may have known what happened to Oz's rifle.

Unfortunately neither the Warren Commission, Jim Garrison nor the HSCA

ever did an investigation

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At the old JFK Dellarosa research site someone (I will not name) put up a copy of one page of David Ferrie's personal phone book. On said page was written the proported phone exchange of Thomas Karamessine. If true ,your paradigm regarding the JFK assassination is totally wrong.

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LHO's Social Security number.

Theres something wrong with it.

Gee, its on the back cover of a THIRD DECADE.

To be an asset at such a young age ....could not then he not have been an asset sooner ???

November 10, 1955: LHO starts work as a messenger boy at Gerald F. Tujague Inc.

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