William Kelly Posted December 12, 2012 Share Posted December 12, 2012 A few points of fact should be established - for one Walker's home at Turtle Creek was not in "the quiet neighborhood of Oak Cliff" but is in North Dallas, not far from the Egyptian Lounge, a few miles north of Dealey Plaza, while Oak Cliff is just south of downtown Dallas. I also believe that Oswald was working full time - 6 days a week at Jagger/Chiles/Stoval graphics firm in Dallas at the time he ordered the weapons and at the time of the Walker shooting, so his whereabouts during the working hours are detailed to the minute - that's why the CIA's chronology of Oswald's activities at this time indicate he took the photos of Walker's home and shot at Walker on a Sunday, when he was off from work at JCS. And also, despite the testimony of many people that they never saw Oswald drink, he did in fact drink in the USMC, at least on occasion, and got into trouble on some such times, and was drinking a beer with former USMC mate Thornley in New Orleans French Quarter bar when people came across them, and there are a few times when Oswald was known to have a beer. I also think he drank once in awhile in USSR. So there are known times when he fell off the wagon. I'd like to know more about the film Prince Jack. Is it available for viewing over the internet? BK JFKcountercoup JFKCountercoup2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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