Saturday, October 29, 2016

No, Backes. I don't have to revise anything. I don't believe that FBI agent. I say he's blowing smoke, and you'd be saying the same thing if he said Oswald rode the bus and cab. 

James Bookhout was NOT six feet tall, despite what the agent said. The agent lied. James Bookhout was short. 

Now, have I made myself clear, or do I have to dumb it down some more for you?

And so the line isn't straight here. So what? You want to make a federal case out of it? I'm not even the one who drew it.

In this case, it was a very small, cramped area, and Bookhout wasn't that far from the elevator panel. Therefore, we can safely draw a line from him to the panel and be confident there is no major discrepancy.

And, it isn't much different from the one with the detective. He's touching the panel, but Bookhout was practically close enough to touch it. In fact, maybe he was. 

No one ever said that you can never use objects in a picture to assess the height of something. And in this case, you certainly can.

You're stupid, Backes. You were born stupid. You live, breathe, and wallow stupid. And your whole attempt to throttle me is like a bull heaving around a china shop.

But, how about those phony bus and cab rides? That was such a great find. Who knew that the Dallas Police had nothing else to do that afternoon than to concoct phony bus and cab rides for Oswald? It was a slow day.


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