Thursday, February 11, 2016

Altgens had film in his camera, film which got developed. That's what I'm talking about, Unger. 

You people and your stupid idiotic gotchas only show how totally helpless and hopeless you are. It is over. It is resolved. It was Oswald standing in the doorway and captured by James Altgens. And to hide that fact and other things, it as as though they put that photo through a Cuisinart, the extent to which they altered it. 

James Altgens was killed. Look at this grotesque statement. 

 "By 1995, both Altgens and his wife were in declining health; their nephew, Dallas attorney Ron Grant, told the Houston Chronicle that his Aunt Clara "had been very ill for some time with heart trouble and many other problems. Both of them had had the flu for some time." On December 12, Ike and Clara Altgens were found dead in separate rooms in their home in Dallas. In addition to their failing health, police believed carbon monoxide poisoning from a faulty furnace played a role in their deaths."

You can't do it. You can't claim that two people died of natural causes at the same time, and then throw in some carbon monoxide just for good measure. 

The fact is that James Altgens was only 76 years, and no evidence has been given that he was in declining health. Where's the medical evidence of that? And if Aunt Clara had been "very ill for some time with heart trouble and many other problems" wouldn't she have been in a hospital or a care facility or at a full-time nurse or something? These were two people in their 70s who were living independently, which suggests in itself that Aunt Clara was not near death. And the idea that they should both die simultaneously is preposterous. 

The fact is that we have been provided with no medical evidence for either one of them. We have been provided with no autopsy results for either one of them. We have been provided with no reports concerning the alleged carbon monoxide leak, how it happened, who was responsible, etc. and what the coroner found as evidence for it on the victims. We have been given nothing. 

Being in your 70s isn't superlongevity. If Aunt Clara's doctors thought she was on the verge of dying, they surely would have hospitalized her. And if they were both impaired, then surely there would have been one of more persons there helping them. They weren't poor. They were rich. They could afford it. 

Besides, you don't have to be sick to die of carbon monoxide poisoning if you're exposed to it. You can be perfectly healthy and die from it. So, if they died of carbon monoxide poisoning, why say anything about their general health? We're heard other reports of people dying of CO and they don't preface them with claims about the victims' poor health and how close they were to dying anyway.

The gist of it is that the carbon monoxide was like the icing on the cake, that they essentially died of natural causes at the same time, even though they were both only in their 70s, but with a little help from carbon monoxide. Bull shit.

And get this: Clara Altgens was only 73! This is from the New York Times:

"James W. Altgens, a longtime Associated Press staff member known for his photograph of the anguished Jacqueline Kennedy, seconds after her husband's assassination, clambering onto the back of their car while a Secret Service agent moved to her aid, was found dead on Tuesday in his home in Dallas. He was 76. Mr. Altgens, who was retired, and his wife, Clara, 73, were both found dead at the home." 

So, a 76 year old and a 73 year old died simultaneously of failing health? Alright, that does it. I am going to find that nephew, Attorney Ron Grant. He's got some 'splainin' to do. 


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