Monday, February 8, 2016
No, Brennan, you're wrong again. Fritz claimed that Oswald said that he was eating lunch with "other employees" during the assassination. That was a lie. What employees skipped viewing the motorcade in order to eat lunch with Oswald? None, of course. And likewise of course, the WC examiner didn't ask him to name them. It was not a place he wanted to go.
We know who Fritz was referring to: Jarman and Norman. But, Oswald did NOT say he ate with them but rather that they came into the domino room while he was in there eating- alone. So, on that one, Bookhout got it right, but he was at odds with Fritz.
But then, Bookhout flung the cow paddies when he said that Oswald said he was gabbing with Shelley out front after the assassination as he was leaving to go home. You think Oswald lied about that? Well, if that's what you think, then you are not nearly as smart as Oswald was. Because: Oswald was smart, and he would have known that Shelley wasn't there. And that meant that he had to know that if he claimed that he was talking to Shelley at that time, that Shelley would deny it. So, telling such a lie would only work against him.
What's the point of lying to the police if you know ahead of time that it's going to backfire, that they are going to find out that you lied?
You don't use someone as your alibi unless you know he is going to confirm it. If you haven't talked to him, or if you know from the facts that he is bound to deny it, then you don't do it; you don't use him.
That is, you don't if you're an Oswald or a Cinque, but, apparently, you do if you're a Brennan. Brennans don't think that high up the chart.
And I want the whole world to know how low your thinking skills really are, Brennan, and that's why I'm making you famous.