Tuesday, July 26, 2016

The people who deny the clear message of this image- that Oswald was the Man in the Doorway- are doing so not because of the image; but in spite of the image. It's not that they can't see the likeness; they can. But, out of sheer stubbornness and willfulness, they reject it. They refuse to accept the reality of it even though it is stark and riveting. They have long ago ceased being honest and objective. And, at this point in time, nothing could convince them. Their hatred for me, alone, would prevent them from ever admitting that it's Oswald in the doorway. 

The collage is extremely compelling and would be even if the there were no limit on possible alternatives to Oswald. What I mean is that even if it were plausible to say that Doorman could be a stranger, a spectator, a random person, it would still decide for Oswald. But, in this case, there is only one other person on Earth that Doorman could be, even theoretically, Billy Lovelady, and we know very well that he was NOT dressed like that, that he did not have a slender build like that, and he did not have those features. 

Now that we know that this is the correct FBI image of Lovelady (which the HSCA deliberately shadowed in order to soften and obscure him) we can compare him to Doorman.

Keep in mind that the image on the right is a posed, staged, prissied image, not a spontaneous one. And that makes its veracity highly suspect, as it was taken to sell the idea of Lovelady as Doorman. But even so, the difference in the eyes, the ears, the build, and of course the clothes, are stark. And speaking of the clothes, you know about the controversy as to whether he was wearing, for the photo shoot, the clothes he wore on 11/22/63. He said that he did, and the FBI put it in writing; twice. But later, the statement was retracted. But think about it: you know that the photo was taken specifically to sell the idea that Lovelady was Doorman. Look how they had him unbutton his shirt and expose his t-shirt- an unmasked attempt to duplicate the look of Doorman. So, why wouldn't they have him wear the same clothes that he wore that day? The whole project was to recreate Doorman, so why not include the clothes?

But, I suspect that when they were posing Lovelady for the camera that they didn't have an image of Doorman right there. If they had, they might have noticed that his clothes didn't match. 

And, why wouldn't you match the clothes in a case like this? If you were going to the effort of unbuttoning his shirt and exposing his t-shirt- all to recreate the look of Doorman- why not do it in the same clothes?  

I have no doubt whatsoever that in setting up that appointment with him on 2/29/64 that they told him the time and place, and they told him to wear the same clothes he wore on 11/22/63. They got it right the first time in what they said about it, the rest is pure revisionism.

The match of the man and the clothing is to Oswald- even using their staged, posed, and undoubtedly doctored image of Lovelady.

It's definitely Oswald. It's his look, his clothes, his build, his long neck, his facial features (except for the doctored hairline), and there is no way Doorman could be Lovelady. 

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