Sunday, May 29, 2016

I am pleased to announce that we have a very distinguished and accomplished new senior member in Ron Skolnik. 

I am going to post what he sent me about himself so that you can see the amazing life that he has lived and where his expertise lies. It always pleases me to acquire people with a background in law enforcement because by any normal standards of investigative work, the case against Oswald is a travesty. And that's true not only because we have an image of him standing in the doorway during the shooting- which we do. Even if we didn't have it, the case is a travesty. Oswald had NO OPPORTUNITY to shoot Kennedy. Bonnie Ray Williams was on the 6th floor eating chicken and drinking a Dr. Pepper until shortly before the shooting. So, how could Oswald possibly have gone up there, retrieved the rifle, assembled it using a dime as a screwdriver (which is assumed since no screwdriver was found) and then arranged the Sniper's Nest in time to do the deed? It is preposterous! Anyway, this is what Ron said about himself: 

Ron Skolnik retired after 31 years with the Austin, Texas Fire Department, after 31 years service.  The last 19 years were with the Fire Investigations Section, as a Fire/Arson Investigator. Ron has been certified as an expert witness in several District Courts in the Austin, Texas area.   He is a US Navy Vietnam Veteran, and a Desert Shield/Desert Storm US Air Force Veteran.  In 2003, Ron graduated number one in his class at the Texas Department of Public Safety Polygraph School, and was subsequently awarded Texas Polygraph Examiner's License #1117.  In 2004, Ron opened Austin Polygraph Services, administering polygraph examinations to local law enforcement agencies, attorneys, and the general public.  Ron is also on the staff of the Travis County Sheriff's Office, as the Chief Polygraph Examiner for that agency, doing criminal specific examinations.  Ron has been a serious student of the Coup d' Etat that occurred in Dealey Plaza on 11-22-63 for over thirty years.  As a result of this study, Ron is convinced of many issues, not the least of which is that Lee Harvey Oswald was standing in the doorway of the Texas School Book Depository Building on 12:31PM as JFK life was taken.
Suffice it to say that Ron couldn't get where he is without being a no-nonsense guy. And that's what the whole case against Oswald is: nonsense. Getting rock-solid people like Ron sends a message to our enemies: that the jig is up; their web of lies is collapsing. 

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