"As for Frazier picking up Oswald everyday, Lewis said it. We all heard Lewis say it. Lewis was there in 1963. You weren't."
But, Frazier was there, and Frazier is the one we're talking about. Doesn't Frazier know whether he picked up Oswald in Oak Cliff? Why would you put anyone's word about this above Frazier's, especially if you believe in Frazier generally?
Backes doesn't get it that it would be a very, very, very big thing if Frazier was picking up Oswald every morning. In a word, it would change everything. It would put Frazier's whole involvement in the case in a whole different light. So, going to Frazier and hearing him admit it or deny it is absolutely mandatory. How irresponsible of Backes. It is really offensive that he considers him to be a "researcher." That he ain't.
Now, getting back to Doorman, we note that the arm has the same greyscale as the rest of Doorman's shirt. So, if it's the naked arm of another black man, it means that the color of his skin, the color and pattern of his shirt, and the color and pattern of Doorman's shirt all manifested in the black and white photo with the exact same greyscale.
How could a man's skin coloring match the coloring of his shirt? And that of another man's shirt as well? And how could a rolled up shirt sleeve look as neat and tidy as what we see there? Why would he even have his sleeve rolled up in that situation? You don't need to have your sleeve rolled up to wave. It's just an arbitrary and fanciful assumption- from a blithering idiot.
It's not the arm of another African-American man, you stupid moron. If it were, we would see him- here and in other image captures.
Many people besides me and Paul Rigby say that the Altgens photo did NOT go out at 1:03. Dr. David Wrone wrote in his book that the Altgens photo was "crudely" altered. His word. Well, even crude alterations take time, and that means the photo did NOT go out at 1:03.
And, the moron does not understand the meaning of parallax. Here is a very basic definition from dictionary.com:
Angle2, showing the effect of parallax, with his right shoulder now partially covered, even though he was nowhere near that column.