Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Damn bpunk claims that Judyth Baker places Oswald on the 6th floor locking and loading. She does not. She places him in the doorway. She just recently published an article proving that Doorman's shirt could not possibly have been Lovelady's, and that means it had to be Oswald's. It's not as though there are any other candidates. 

You see, in bpunk's evil world, you're bound to anything you said in the past even if you've changed your mind, and vigorously, as Judyth has. But, bpunk doesn't care. He considers previous statements as lifelong contracts. 

Judyth Baker is a senior member of the Oswald Innocence Campaign, and every senior member has to raise their right hand and swear to this:

Mission Statement
We, the members of the Oswald Innocence Campaign, maintain that at the time of President Kennedy's assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald was standing in the doorway of the Texas School Book Depository, where he was photographed by James "Ike" Altgens, which is clearly evident upon close examination of the photograph. This discovery categorically exonerates Oswald from having shot the President. We call upon the media to renounce the official story that impugns him--including the "Magic Bullet" theory, which is a conspiratorial fabrication--and we demand that the American government cease obstructing justice by promoting a gross falsehood, based on lies, which has allowed the true killers to remain free, unindicted, and unpunished.

Nobody becomes a senior member of the OIC without endorsing that statement- in writing. And Judyth did. 

So, don't you tell me what she believes, you bloodied bastard. She now believes in Oswald in the doorway, and ptoi! That spitball is on you. 

But, bpunk can't get around the fact that Oswald told Fritz that he went "home by bus" because he wrote it down in the same notes in which he wrote "out with Bill Shelley in front". And we know the notes weren't chronological because it lists the encounter with Truly and Baker before the eating of lunch, and we know that the lunch eating came first. So, we don't have to be concerned about that; it's only a problem for the bloodied punk. Oswald was definitely referring to being out front with Shelley during the passing of the motorcade and not afterwards, since there is NO CHANCE that Shelley was out there afterwards, when Oswald left for home. 

But, it's true that in a later interrogation, Oswald mentioned changing both his pants and his shirt. And, I assume the exact same thing: that Fritz wrote it down because Oswald said it. 

So, why did Oswald lie about it? I can only guess about that. They definitely didn't find any shirt in the dirty clothes that corresponded to the one he mentioned. And don't listen to that evil bpunk, who helps himself to the idea that another shirt which was found and exhibited was the one that Oswald changed out of. The Warren Commission never said that; they never intimated that; and nobody else has in 50 years. It's just a stupid, unsupported claim that the shitty bpunk pulled out of his ass. Nobody else. Just him. Sitting there wherever he is in the UK.

Note to bpete: men have lots of shirts. There is no reason to assume that because another shirt was found and featured that it had to be a shirt he changed out of. It wasn't claimed by the ones featuring it, so where do you get the nerve? 

Oswald's bus transfer ticket was found in his shirt pocket. Mrs. Bledsoe confirmed that the shirt she saw him wearing on the bus was his arrest shirt. She even remembered the hole in the right elbow. Officer Marrion Baker identified the shirt he saw as Oswald's arrest shirt. Plus, Oswald admitted that he rode the bus and got the transfer. He would not have bothered to transfer the transfer ticket because he wasn't riding the bus again. Furthermore, the transfer wasn't even any good. Read what it says:

It was good "at the first point of intersection or transfer point on corresponding lines". It wasn't good anywhere in the city. Oswald had walked some distance to the bus depot, and then he traveled by cab to where he lived.  Would he have been eligible to use that transfer ticket again? It's highly doubtful, and furthermore, we know he didn't. There is no reason and no right to assume that he transferred that transfer ticket. 

The physical characteristics of Oswald's arrest shirt were very unique and certainly not typical of an American shirt. It wasn't an American shirt. It was one that Oswald brought back with him from Russia. And we can see the unique features on him in the doorway.

That is the same fucking shirt, Asshole. The little furl on his right, the long jacket-like lapel on his left, the open sprawl- it's exactly the same. There is no way in this universe that that was Lovelady's shirt decked out the same. 

I can only guess as to why Oswald said he changed his shirt. But, he definitely didn't change it. Remember what Marrion Baker said:

Mr. BELIN - Did you notice what clothes the man was wearing as he came up to you?
Mr. BAKER - At that particular time I was looking at his face, and it seemed to me like he had a light brown jacket on and maybe some kind of white-looking shirt.

The "light brown jacket" was Oswald's arrest shirt, which was light brown. And why shouldn't Baker have called it a jacket?

His "shirt" had as big a lapel as the jacket of the detective. 

And the "white shirt" that Baker referenced referred to the white t-shirt, and there is no other choice about that. There is no other white shirt. 

If Oswald had been wearing a red shirt, wouldn't Baker have seen it? Didn't he know the difference between "light brown" and "red"? Was he colorblind? 

Oswald didn't change his shirt. It's one of the few things that the Warren Commission got right. 

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