OSWALD IN THE DOORWAY- the blog of the Oswald Innocence Campaign by Ralph Cinque
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
1:47 PM (4 hours ago)
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From your source..."In the 1960s, new fibers were discovered that made truly bullet resistant vests possible."
Possible...name one manufacturer and then explain why the DPD didn't have any.
Ralph Cinque: They surely had something, and they could have put it on him. Would it have hurt? No. And if they perceived the danger to be so great as to require half the department to be there to "protect" Oswald, then why do it at all? Why not just move Oswald unannounced in the dead of night and then announce it the next day? And if any reporter complained about it, there are things you can say in response to that. You can't post them here, but you can say them.