Thomas Graves Posted February 24, 2018 Share Posted February 24, 2018 (edited) 2 hours ago, Bill Simpich said: Tommy, Eyewitness IDs are among the shakiest kind of evidence that is out there - in my opinion, you have an unwieldy platform to make your case for Leonov. Sorry, I am not obliged to agree with you. I asked as politely as I could if you had other evidence - after your insults, I'm sorry I asked. I did eventually find Morales in the film, by the way, but I didn't see the need to tell you that - just like I don't see the need to agree with you or read your back posts. ..... If so, could the person who did the above-mentioned coercing have been ... (gulp) ... Fidel Castro? -- (Tommy) ************** My belief is that Castro was the focus of numerous assassination attempts - and that he was in the midst of negotiations with JFK for rapproachement. Castro and Angleton got hung out to dry just like Oswald did. The only difference is that Angleton had something to hide - his surveillance of Oswald since 1959. Bill, With all due respect, ... insults? What insults? It's okay for you to accuse me of "putting words in your mouth" when you, by a very "clever" process-of-omission, do that to me? Over the past year or so I've posted several times on this forum the words that Duran and Azcue used to describe "The Oswald Impostor" (or, as I'm coming to prefer, "The Invisible Impostor"). Duran: He was blond (haired), he was about the same short height as my 5' 3.5", and he had small blue eyes. Azcue: He was about thirty years-old, he was thin, he was blond or dark-blond (haired, obviously), he was very thin-faced, and he was wearing a blue suit (the jacket of which had a pattern of crossed lines and some kind of reddish highlights). Yet you have the gall to more-or-less accuse me in your earlier post of relying on (the only?) "three things" that Duran and Azcue said about "The Oswald Impostor" (or, as mentioned above, the concept I'm coming to prefer -- "The Invisible Impostor") which suggest, to me at least, that they were obviously talking about KGB "diplomat" Nikolai Leonov? I.E., that he was 1) shortish, 2) he had "lighter-than-jet-black-hair," and 3) he was wearing, according to Azcue, a "Prince of Wales" suit. (Which "diplomat"-like suit Azcue didn't specifically identify as a "Prince of Wales" suit, but fashion-conscious investigators and ... (gulp) ... lawyers probably correctly realized that that was exactly what Eusebio had been trying to describe.) Regarding your comment that "Castro and Angleton got hung out to dry -- just like Oswald did," -- hung out to dry by whom, Bill? That evil, evil, evil James Jesus Angleton, himself? By that incorrigible neck scratcher, David Sanchez Morales? Bill Harvey? Bill Bright? Or is it more likely that Castro "patsied" (Khrushchev's) KGB and (Kennedy's) CIA? (Oh yeah, and Oswald, too?) -- Tommy PS How does one describe a person (for whom another person goes to great lengths to point out, from a distance, somebody that's hard to "spot" in an Internet video) who cannot bring himself to say, even in a very private Personal Message, "Okay, thanks, Tommy. NOW I see who you're talking about"? "Just way too busy, busy, busy, busy ..."? or "Ingrate researcher who is loathe to acknowledge the possible discovery by another so-called "researcher" of something which might help him or her to 'connect the dots' in his or her 'grand theory,' even though said "teensy weensy putative widdle contribution" had come from someone who still, at that time, basically agreed with Head Honcho Researcher that the evil, evil, evil CIA MUST have killed JFK?" PPS The above words in lavender represent what I consider to be "advocate-words," in so many ... uh ... words. Edited February 24, 2018 by Thomas Graves Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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