Thursday, February 18, 2016

Mary Moorman has been saying the same thing for 52 years, that she took her photo simultaneous with the first shot and then heard two more. 

If you want to think she's a confused old woman who doesn't know when she took her picture, forget it; you can't. That's because she said the exact same thing as a 31 years young woman on the day it happened. 

So, what does it mean? What are the implications of it? What conclusion are you compelled to draw from it? You're compelled to realize that she couldn't have taken the Moorman photo since it was taken after the last shot. 

Now, that is stark, plain reality staring you in the face, and a mature person will recognize it. 

But, instead we have this ridiculous farce going on in which everybody loves Mary- her being a JFK luminary, a living witness, a witness to history etc.- yet, nobody gives a shit about what she says she witnessed and when she witnessed it. They don't listen to her. 

The conflict between Mary's account of when she took her picture and what the Moorman photo shows is like the elephant in the room that everyone is ignoring. Well, not me. I don't ignore it.  

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