Sunday, November 29, 2015

This typed statement by Postal Inspector Thomas Kelly does not make sense.

Kelley claimed that he asked Oswald if he viewed parade and that Oswald said he had not. 

Well, there's no way the question would have settled there. This was a situation in which the vast number, nearly all of the employees viewed the parade. So, if Kelley asked Oswald if he viewed the parade and Oswald said no, then the very next thing out of his mouth would have been why he wasn't viewing it, what he was doing instead, and where he was doing it. But, Kelley didn't say a word about it. Kelley made it sound as if the conversation went like this:

Kelly: Did you watch the parade?
Oswald: No, I did not.
Kelly: Well, that's surprising because most of the employees did, practically all of them, and most people would wonder why you weren't interested. But, you want to know something? I'm not most people. And I'm not interested in why you didn't care to watch it. I just want to know if you shot the President.
Oswald. No, I did not.
Kelly: Did you shoot Connally?
Oswald: No, I did not.

You see, it doesn't work. It doesn't make sense. And it certainly didn't go down like that.

Now listen up: The interrogators, from the very beginning, were carefully parsing their reports to frame Oswald. In the first Hosty/Bookout report, from the first interrogation, they didn't even mention "out with Bill Shelley in front" even though Oswald said it. They didn't mention it in connection to the assassination or to the aftermath. They didn't mention it. And, Will Fritz NEVER in his life mentioned it. He died keeping it a secret.

So, if you're objective, you won't take what they said as accurate and complete statements of what Oswald said. They were part of the whole frameup of Oswald. They were out to make Oswald look guilty.

And that's why we got extremely lucky in 1996 when the Fritz Notes surfaced. It was the most important discovery of evidence to surface in the case after November 22, 1963. And from them, we know that Oswald stated that he was "out with Bill Shelley in front" during the motorcade, which means, during the assassination.

 And of course, we can see him there in the doorway at the time.

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