Thomas Graves Posted November 19, 2015 Share Posted November 19, 2015 Secondly, Lance, one of the big probeme with the WC is that it never followed in detail the whole chain of possession of a piece of evidence. In some instances, it never even examined in a perfunctory way any key piece of evidence, e.g. the autopsy x rays, the autopsy photos, CE 399, the shells found at the so called sniper's lair etc. In some cases, like the wallet at the Tippit murder, that was not even mentioned. Again, a lawyer would be very keen on these matters I would think. So we have this rifle, which as you must know is the wrong rifle. In both classification and in length and weight. It was not the rifle the WC says Oswald ordered. It is also not the rifle Marina referred to in her first SS interviews. About which no postal employee ever said they recall Oswald picking up. And which the WC lied about how Oswald could have picked it up since he should not have been able to pick it up due to postal regs. The man who bailed out the WC on this problem was Harry Holmes. Holmes' family later apologized for his perfidy chalking it up to the Cold War Pressures of the time. Now, I assume you know how important Holmes was in this whole money order imbroglio? In fact, one can say he started it from the one end. As a lawyer, why should a man who has been shown to be so untrustworthy, go completely unmentioned by you, when he would seem to be crucial to the whole issue? Simply because of the FLN? And the rest of us--Ray G, Martha Moyer, Armstrong, Gil, David,-- are, in your words, True Believers? Jimbo, He said he was looking at a narrow issue. But now, because you feel frustrated, you're demanding that he explain the whole freaking enchilada. Take some deep breaths, relax, and try to learn something. You can do it. --Tommy Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
Please sign in to comment
You will be able to leave a comment after signing in
Sign In Now