Re: Different topic - 11/22/1963
posted at 11/22/2013 2:16 PM EST
In response to BabeParilli's comment:
In response to Muzwell's comment:
Oswald took the job at book depository six weeks before the assassination. He lived in Ft. Worth and applied for the job at the book depository there, but they sent him to Dallas because they needed him there to cover for some employees on vacation, and he just stayed.
A few days before the motorcade, a co-worker handed him a newspaper story that showed the parade route going right by the building. Oswald had no idea before seeing that paper.
He was a low life psychopath, he had shot at an Army general a few months earlier and his wife knew, but was afraid to turn him in because he beat her often and she feared getting deported. I don't think he was in cohoots with anyone, but we'll never know for sure. I just think he was in his own world like Hinckley and Chapman. He wanted to be noticed, to be someone.
People who want to be "noticed" by assassinating a prez don't claim they're a patsy, have CIA connections and get blown away on camera by some mafia connected strip club goon.
I guess all those people who heard shots and started running to the grassy knoll were just nut jobs too, eh?
I guess them sneaking JFK out of town, having a gut perform the autopsy who had never done one and losing the brain was standard procedure too, eh?
There are scores of holes in the one shooter lie muzzy. Even the US Congress shot that BS down.
We should believe what Oswald said because he called himself a patsy? He also said "I didn't shoot anyone", "I never killed anybody". Do we ignore that part? There was an eyewitness to him gunning down Officer Tippit.
People have a tough time coming to grips with a single lunatic pulling off the the murder of the leader of the free world all by himself. But that is exactly what happened.