Thursday, January 5, 2017
How did Fat-face know to close that door? Who told him to close it? How did he know that everyone was in who was supposed to be in? Well, one thing we can be sure of is that Fat-face was the Keeper of the Door. He was assigned, in advance, to tend to that door, to close it at the right time. And he obviously had some indication that it was the time to do so, that the last of the participants was inside.
Remember what this was supposed to be. It was just supposed to be Oswald being led 20-25 feet to a waiting car; put in the car; and driven off. But, they KNEW that Oswald wasn't going anywhere. They knew that it was going to go down about how it did, and Fat-Face was assigned, in advance, to tend to that door, to close it when all the culprits were inside. You can be damn sure that every single one of those cops were involved, including every one of the Penguins; they were all in on it. They knew exactly what was happening. They weren't policemen at the time; they were actors. It was live theater.
I'm telling you that every single one of those Dallas cops in that garage was in on it.
Now, the question is: what about the reporters? Well, some of them were definitely in on it. Take for instance, Pierre, the French guy. "I see the flash against his black sweater." How many times did he say that? At least 3. Perhaps 5. He was obvious. But, what about Pettit? What about Pappas? What about Beers and Jackson? What about Huffaker? Questions. Serious questions.