Saturday, August 13, 2016
No, Marsh. You're wrong again. Innocent people do NOT often lie about simple facts, even if they think they are being framed. That's because, being innocent, the recognition of facts, the shining of light on the truth, can only help them. Furthermore, unlike you, Oswald was smart enough to know that it was futile to lie to police about the rifle being his- if it was. If he really did buy it through the mail with a money order and a postal record, etc., then he'd have known that they would find the records. Furthermore, being innocent and being put on the spot about it, he didn't even have time to consider lying about it, to even decide to lie about it. The natural, spontaneous response in that situation is, "Yeah, that's mine, but what's it doing here? I didn't bring it here." That's not just the natural response verbally; it's the naturally response mentally. He would simply be thinking out loud, saying what I wrote, and it is what he would do. Methinks Thou Doth Bombast too much. But, Fearith not; I am making Thy famous for thy stupidity.