Monday, June 25, 2018

What was Oswald told about the jail transfer? When a prisoner is transferred from one jail to another, I presume he is told just that and nothing more. "You are being transferred to the County Jail." That's it. Why the hell would you tell him any more than that?

So imagine that YOU are the prisoner, and you are told that you are being transferred to the County Jail. What would your expectations be? Wouldn't they be pretty damn small? That you are just going to be put in a car and driven to the County Jail? 

So now, imagine that you're Lee Harvey Oswald, and that's all you've been told, and that's all you expect. But then, it turns out that it is going to be a big spectacle, a media event, that you are going to be involved in a procession. 

DAH... dah, dah, dah... DAH, DAH.
DAH... dah, dah, dah DAH.  
DAH... dah, dah, dah, DAHHH-DAH. 
DAH, DAH, DAH-dah, dah-DAHHHH!

So, what is Oswald going to think, and what is he going to do? What he is going to think is: "What the fuck is this?"  And what his going to do is: Look the fuck around. 

But, he doesn't. He comes out like the bride at a wedding being led down the aisle by her father- looking straight ahead. Why would he do that? Why wouldn't he be turning his head and looking around, as in: What the fuck is going on here? Instead, he acts just like Leavlle and Graves and looks straight ahead. It's like they are all in a wedding. It's like they're all zombies. It's like Oswald is the bride, and he's got two fathers walking him down the aisle. 

I understand why they, Leavelle and Graves, are walking as if in a procession, and it's because they expected it; they knew it was coming; and they were told to just look straight ahead, and whatever you do, don't look to their left. But, why is Oswald doing it? He does swiftly glance at the shooter at one point, but he quickly got his eyes back straight ahead, even as the shooter came in. But, for the most part, Oswald did just as they did and kept his eyes peeled straight ahead and maintained a stiff, solemn look, and SHOWED NOT THE LEAST SURPRISE TO WALK INTO THIS GALA.  What it means is that, like Leavelle and Graves, Oswald was told what was going to happen and ordered to just look straight ahead. Oswald participated in the procession just as much as Leavelle, Graves, Fritz, etc. Again: Oswald showed not the least bit of surprise to walk into this. It WAS no surprise. They told him what to expect.  They told him everything. Don't you get it? OSWALD WAS IN ON IT. He was in on the ruse. It was all an act. They were all acting. But, that includes Oswald. 

Oswald knew he wasn't going to be shot in the garage- and he wasn't. But, what he didn't know is that he was going to be shot soon afterwards. They double-crossed him. They must have told him that they were going to get him out of this, but they had to feign his death first- or else somebody would come gunning for him. And Oswald believed them. He never considered that they were lying and were planning all along to kill him soon afterwards.

It was the most dastard and diabolical double-cross in the history of double-crosses. GOD-DAMN, WERE THESE PEOPLE VICIOUS. And, they were the police! How could the police do such a thing? But, they did. 

Look at this picture again because it is clear visual evidence that Oswald was participating. IT'S ABNORMAL. It's abnormal to walk to a car like that, like you're in a procession, for anybody to do it. But, they're all doing it, and it's because they were all in on it, including Oswald. 

You know that the transfer was one hour and twenty minutes late and that they had Oswald up in Fritz' office. What do you think they were talking about? They weren't talking about him going to Mexico City. That was just a yarn that the evil Postal Inspector Harry Holmes made up. What they were talking about was this; what was about to happen; the show they were about to put on. 

  




Sunday, June 24, 2018

This is a simple thing, but it speaks volumes. It's an image of Michael Hardin, the ambulance driver, tending to his stretcher at Parkland Hospital after delivering Oswald. For some reason, there were a lot of kids there that day, and in this frame, we see a boy in just a t-shirt. We're talking November 24 in Dallas, Texas- not Miami, Florida. So, I looked up the temperature on November 24, 1963 in Dallas, and the high for the day was 55 degrees. And note that the high temperature usually occurs around 3 pm. So, at 11:40 in the morning, which this was, it had to be considerably cooler than 55 degrees. And yet, there's the kid in the t-shirt looking comfortable. What does it tell you? It should tell you that this was a different day and probably a different time of the year. It was reenactment. And that's the reason why we don't see Hardin's assistant, Harold Wolfe. Apparently, they couldn't get Wolfe for the reenactment. Maybe he refused. And by the way, he reportedly went on to commit suicide- if you believe it. People: the whole story of Oswald's murder is false, including the part about Jack Ruby shooting him. That's just the cover story. It was much deeper, darker, and more Satanic than that.

Why all these kids hanging around Parkland Hospital on November 24, 1963? I could understand reporters being there because Oswald got shot. But, who would bring kids to that?


Here's another frame. That one kid is smiling.  Say cheese. 

Look how short Hardin's hair is. It's practically a crew cut. But, not Fat Face. His hair is obviously NOT a crew cut. They're supposed to be the same guy/same day. 
We've got kids galore. Here's a kid in a t-shirt.


It must have been warm, huh? Let's find out. Turning to the Weather Underground:

It only hit a high that day of 55 degrees. And by the way, I checked for November 22, and it said 69 degrees, which sounds about right. It is comparable to other reports. 


So, the other must be right too. And, it cooled off considerably. So, how is that kid standing out there in just a t-shirt when it was 55 degrees or cooler? Typically, the hottest part of the day isn't 11:30 in the morning; it's about 3:00 in the afternoon. So, the temperature was undoubtedly less than 55 degrees. Yet, there's the kid looking fine and dandy in just his t-shirt. And at the hospital, of all places. 

So, this was a reenactment. You see Harding changing the sheets on the stretcher, which he wouldn't do at the hospital since he didn't work for the hospital. He worked for the O'Neill Funeral Home, and it was their stretcher. They provisioned it, not the hospital. And you notice that you don't see his assistant Harold Wolfe? What happened to him? Well apparently, they couldn't get him for the reenactment. He was unwilling. And then he went on to commit suicide. You buying that? 

Saturday, June 23, 2018

There is this other image of Oswald's stretcher being taken into Parkland, but is it real?

That's supposed to be Michael Hardin in back. But, what's he doing there. And who's this other guy in the sunglasses? And compare the two Hardins.

You think that's the same guy? I don't. The guy on the right looks older. He looks puffier. And he has a ridiculous swerve in his eyebrow. He looks very puffy. He's a freak. It's just more JFK photographic bull shit. 
Amy Joyce made this collage concerning two versions of Oswald's suppposed "iconic" last photo, noting the differences, some of which are impossible, and others that are unlikely considering that they were moving.



What I notice, in addition to Amy's finds is that Michael Hardin, the ambulance driver, is more bald on the right than the left. The man at the bottom of the photo pulling the stretcher is wearing thick glasses on the right but none on the left. Oh, there is faint line there, and it looks precisely like one drawn in. And that's only behind his left ear. I see nothing behind his right ear. Look at his thick glass-arm on the right. 

So, what is the explanation of this? Well when they made these phony images, they often did do-overs. They weren't satisfied, so they did it again, and both survived. Look at the two versions of Lovelady in the squad room, which look nothing alike. The two Loveladys are vastly different, and neither one is Lovelady. 


This is by a conspiracy writer named Joan d'Arc. Or perhaps she just goes by that name. In any case, she wrote the following about Oswald in the doorway. It's not as ironclad as it should be, as I write about it. Still, something is better than nothing. And she points out that Jim Garrison was very much aware of Oswald in the doorway.


Lee Oswald in the Doorway?

Witnesses who worked in the TSBD have stated that Oswald was in the lunchroom on the 2nd floor eating his lunch just prior to the shooting, and was in the same lunch room just minutes after the shooting, when police entered and saw him drinking a Coke. In fact, it seems that Oswald was photographed in the doorway of the TSBD as the procession was going by (see picture at www.whokilledjfk.net/altgens.htm). 

The person in the doorway not only resembles Oswald’s facial and hairline characteristics, but is wearing the same denim style shirt over a white t-shirt that he was arrested in a few hours later. He consequently “lost” the shirt during his lineup session, where he was allowed to wear only his t-shirt. After complaining bitterly, he was finally given a black sweater. One wonders why this shirt was taken away.

District Attorney Jim Garrison believed it was likely Oswald standing in the doorway watching the parade. In an October 1967 Playboy interview, Garrison stated: “As the first shot rang out, Associated Press photographer James Altgens snapped a picture of the motorcade that shows a man with a remarkable resemblance to Lee Harvey Oswald, same hairline, same face shape, standing in the doorway of the Book Depository Building. Somehow or other, the Warren Commission concluded that this man was actually Billy Nolan Lovelady, an employee of the Depository, who looked very little like Oswald. […] The Altgens photograph indicates the very real possibility that at the moment Oswald was supposed to have been crouching in the sixth-floor window of the Depository shooting Kennedy, he may actually have been standing outside the front door watching the Presidential motorcade.” (www.jfklancer.com/Garrison3.html) (Incidentally, Billy Lovelady was wearing a red and white vertical striped shirt that day.)

Oswald was also noted to be somewhere near the doorway by NBC news correspondent Robert MacNeil, who was riding in the motorcade when shots rang out. MacNeil jumped out of the limo and ran to the TSBD. One must realize that Dealey Plaza is a very small area, and it probably took seconds for him to run to the front entrance of the building. There he encountered a man at the door, whom he asked where he could find a telephone, and the man pointed inside. MacNeil later identified the man as Oswald. In fact, Oswald also recalled the conversation; according to Dallas Police, a man asked Oswald for a telephone as he was leaving the building. (Who’s Who 271) However, no notes of Dallas Police interrogations of Lee Oswald exist or have surfaced.
How could Oswald's hair contradict itself? In Johnston, his hair is coiffed and GQ'd, and he's got a lot more of it.  But, in other images, including this film image, his hair looks nothing like that. 

How can that be the same hair when he has much deeper recession on the right, when his hair is longer and wavier on the left. Obviously, he has much more complete coverage on the left. At first glance, the image on the right shows a guy with a receding hairline, while the image on the left does not. How can it be the same nose when the shape of the nostrils are so different? 
Here's the Johnston/Beers comparison. Obviously, his hair is flatter in Beers, and he's got that huge cowlick in back, which you don't see anywhere else. He's also got an extremely wide part in Beers which you don't see elsewhere. Again, the noses don't match, with much more flare in the shape of the nostril in Johnston and larger tip cartilage. 

Here's the comparison going from Johnston to Jackson. What happened to the stiff right collar he had in Johnston?

Again, we have the higher, longer, wavier, coiffed hair in Johnston and the flatter, lower hair in Jackson. His eyebrows are much longer in Johnston. His eyebrow is half gone in Jackson. 

So, how did Oswald really look? We don't know because there is no image of him that we can be certain is untouched. There was so much photographic manipulation, the question is: was ANY image of him not manipulated, and if so, which one? At this point in time, I can't tell you. There is no image of him that I can be sure wasn't manipulated. And of course, in some cases, the question is whether the image is really him at all. 

  I don't think two two images can be reconciled. I don't doubt that the guy on the left is Oswald, but is the guy on the right?