Tuesday, July 28, 2015

"when Jesus had ended these sayings" - Oswald and His Alibis

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Oswald and His Alibis

Oswald could not set up his alibis in both the JFK assassination case and the officer Tippit murder case.

If some group of anti-Kennedy criminals had wanted to frame these cases on Oswald, they should have naturally destroyed the alibi of Oswald in the two cases.  And, they seem to have succeeded.

These two homicide cases were clearly related.  JFK was killed around 0:30 p.m. on November 22, 1963 and Tippit was killed around 1:15 p.m.  When JFK was killed, Oswald was alone somewhere in the Texas School Book Depository building.  When Dallas police officer Tippit was shot four times with a revolver and/or an automatic pistol, Oswald was on his way to the Texas Theater.  Oswald had no alibis.

The most difficult part in using Oswald as a dummy is how to take away alibis from Oswald in crucial moments.  And, the anti-Kennedy group remarkably succeeded.

Conversely, mysteries of the JFK Assassination could be solved when it is found where Oswald was at the times of both the murders.

To make sure, as the Zapruder film shows that President Kennedy was shot at the forehead, it was not Oswald that fired the fatal shot at JFK.

Anyway, it seems that Oswald had not been viewed or spotted with anybody suspicious in Dallas before November 22.  Oswald must have been manipulated very carefully for months before the Assassination.

An FBI agent who interviewed him wrote that “Oswald stated that … he had eaten lunch in the lunch room at the Texas School Book Depository, alone, but recalled possibly two Negro employees walking through the room during this period. He stated possibly one of these employees was called ‘Junior’ and the other was a short individual.”
Some second–hand versions of Oswald’s alibi have him claiming to have eaten lunch with ‘Junior’ Jarman, which Jarman denied. This denial allowed the Warren Report to dismiss without argument Oswald’s claim that he was on the first floor.

It was just like with the Texas Theater. Why did he go there? It wasn’t because he had a hankering for a war movie. And it wasn’t because he had to duck off the street after having killed Tippit because he didn’t kill Tippit. There is a witness, Butch Burroughs, the popcorn man at the theater, who insisted that Oswald was in the theater at 1:07. Tippit wasn’t killed until 1:16. So, do the Math.

BTW;  It was NOT Oswald's jacket found in the used car lot.   The jacket found had a Cleaner's tag on it.Marina testified that she always washed his jackets.

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Mat 7:28 And it came to pass, when Jesus had ended these sayings, the people were astonished at his doctrine:
Mat 7:29 For he taught them as one having authority, and not as the scribes.