Guest Stephen Turner Posted November 23, 2006 Share Posted November 23, 2006 Of all the contradictions, coinsidences and just plain weirdness that surround this case, the Bogard evidence, for me, has always been right up there with the strangest. FROM THE KENNEDY CONSPIRACY. twenty-four hours after the assassination, the FBI recieved a report that a man calling himself Lee Oswald had visited a Dallas car showroom on November 9th, to discuss the purchase of a used car, and-on a demonstration drive-rattled a car salesman by driving at speeds of up to eighty MPH. The salesman,Albert Bogard, remembered "Oswald"saying he did not have money to buy a car just yet, but would recieve "A lot of money in the next few weeks" Bogards account was corroborated by two of his colleagues, one of whom remembered "Oswald"saying in view of the high prices he might have to "Go back to Russia, where they treat workers like men."One saleswman claimed that the man came back for a second time just days before the assassination. The showroom was very near to the TSBD, where, of course, the real Oswald was working. The W/C spurned this evidence-despite the three witnesses-on the usual ground that other evidence placed the real Oswald elsewhere. SOME QUESTIONS. 1, What possible motive could the three have had for concocting a lie? 2,What possible motive could any conspiritors have had for playing out this charade? 3,Why, when they must have known the truth would come out, was Oswald depicted as a car driver? 4, Why, was the non driving Oswald throwing a car around at speeds reaching 80 MPH. Hardly a realistic impersonaton? 5, And, why did the conspiritors decide that a Dallas car showroom was the right place to leave a lasting impression? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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