OSWALD IN THE DOORWAY- the blog of the Oswald Innocence Campaign by Ralph Cinque
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
12:46 PM (7 hours ago)
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He has changed his position. He started out claiming that Oswald was
dressed just like Lovelady, down to the plaid shirt. Then when footage was
found of Lovelady, in a plaid shirt, he changed to Oswald's shirt
reflecting light off worn areas making it look plaid. Then he changed
things to say the Oswald's shirt was in no way plaid and neither was
Doorman's. Now he has recently been quoted as saying that Doorman's shirt
is somewhat kinda sorta plaidish.
No, Brian. That is NOT an accurate description of the evolution. If you go way back to the beginning, meaning late 2011 and early 2012, I didn't realize at that time that "Gorilla Man" from outside TSBD 15 minutes after the shooting was not Lovelady and could not possibly be Lovelady. I probably should have realized it from the beginning since he looks absolutely nothing like Lovelady.
So, the nose, the shape of the head, the shape of the forehead, the ears, the neck, including the length and angle of the neck, all are different. So, for a short while, I was mislead into thinking that Lovelady wore a plaid shirt because of that image on the right. Never, did I call Oswald's shirt plaid. The proper word for Oswald's shirt is "grainy." It had a very fine, grainy pattern, but not boxes like we see on Gorilla Man. There is no real footage of Lovelady in a plaid shirt; just the fake stuff; including the fake clip from outside the TSBD shortly after the shooting during which Lovelady was already gone from there, never to return, and the fake clip of him seated in the squad room, which is a place he never was, nor did he ever claim to be. Nor did his chatty wife ever claim that he was there.
Oswald's shirt was NOT plaid and NEVER did it look plaid. Nor does Doorman's shirt look plaid. Plaid means horizontal and vertical lines crossing and forming boxes, and there is not a single box on Doorman's shirt. The contrast and variation on his shirt is due to the following factors: the intrinsic grainy pattern, light reflection, plus haze and distortion from being grossly enlarged photographically. You can say that the same factors apply to Oswald's shirt except the last one. This collage shows a very good likeness between two, and it is much closer than any image we have of Lovelady, including the phony images. None of them work; this works well.
Oswald's shirt was not kinda sorta plaidish. It had a fine grainy pattern, and it reflected light when he was in the sunlight, as he was in the doorway. Even in the picture above, look LOOK LOOK at how perfect the match is of the right collars:
So, are we supposed to believe that Lee Oswald and Billy Lovelady looked almost identical, and at the same time they also dressed almost identical? Is that what we are supposed to believe?
The irony is that this idiot is accusing ME of saying that Oswald and Lovelady dressed the same. But, he is the one who is saying it. It is clearly obvious that Doorman and Oswald ARE dressed the same. But, it's not a problem for me because I know and am saying that they were the same man. Lovelady was dressed entirely different in a short-sleeved vertically striped shirt, a t-shirt with a high round collar, and blue jeans. That outfit was nothing like Oswald's, and it was nothing like Doorman's either. It is absolutely certain that Doorman was Oswald, and anyone who denies it at this point in time is just a vicious, bloodied liar.