by pointing to this image:
But, that is ridiculous. You can't do it. You can't defend one image by pointing to another. Each image has to stand on its own authenticity.
As far as I'm concerned, the only way to defend this image below is to duplicate it. I maintain that it is not biomechanically possible for Leavelle's arm to be doing what it appears to be doing, bending that way. There is no joint in the middle of the forearm that will allow such a bend. You've got two long bones there.
So, if you want to defend this, DON'T. Instead, get a camera out and duplicate it. Now, I want to go back to that other picture, but first, I want you to notice something above, that Leavelle's and Oswald's shoulder look like they are side by side. Now, look at the other:
Oswald's shoulder is in front of Leavelle's. His shoulder is overlapping Leavelle's.
I'll put an x over the point of each of their shoulders. Can you see it now?
This isn't biomechanically sound either. It's just that it's more subtle. The image isn't as crude.
But, speaking of crude, find me one other time in the annals of law enforcement, in which a police officer did that with a prisoner, grabbed him that way. Try to imagine it was you. Imagine you're being led along by a cop who is handcuffed to you, and he places his hand over your pants, with his fingers buried within your pants. And, I am not exaggerating because we cannot see Leavelle's fingers. We can see up to the large knuckle joint of his index finger, but, the rest of his hand is inside Oswald's pants.
So, what would you do if this happened to you? Wouldn't you turn to the guy and say: "What do you think you're doing? You can take your hand out of my pants." But, of course, this is the JFK assassination we're talking about. We're in JFK-land, where any number of weird things and weird behaviors not only happen but are accepted without question. Why? It's because we're in JFK-land.