Friday, December 29, 2017

I believe that I have found proof that Oswald did NOT have a P. O. box. It's from the note that he SUPPOSEDLY left for Marina when he went off to shoot General Walker.

The alleged letter was hand-written in Russian, but the translation of it has been reported, as follows: This is how it begins. This is HOW IT BEGINS! 

1. This is the key to the mailbox which is located in the main
post office in the city on Ervay Street. This is the same street
where the drugstore, in which you always waited is located. You will find the mailbox in the post office which is located 4
blocks from the drugstore on that street. I paid for the box
last month so don’t worry about it.

So, we are supposed to believe that the number one thing on Oswald's mind in the event that he was arrested or killed for shooting at Walker was the P.O. Box?  It's obvious that Marina didn't know anything about it since he had to tell her where the post office was. And she wasn't even listed as an owner of the P.O. box. Of course, if she had the key she could access it, but for what? What mail of hers could she possibly receive at that box? And what mail of his could she possibly receive there when that rifle is the only thing to have been sent there that we know of? Bills went to their residence, right? If she received mail from Russia, that went to their residence, right? How could this possibly be a priority of his? How could it matter one little bit?

Don't you get it? This was put in the phony letter just to have Oswald saying that he had a P.O. Box. It's not like there was money in the P.O. Box. If Oswald was dead or in custody, there was nothing coming to that P.O. Box that would be helpful, useful, or even relevant. There was nothing that could have been sent to that P. O. Box that could have mattered to Marina at all. So, why would he bring it up? He wouldn't. He couldn't. He didn't. It's all bull shit. THEY WERE JUST SELLING THE P.O. BOX BECAUSE IT NEEDED SELLING. 

Oswald didn't have a P.O. box. It's just part of the phony rifle story; that's all. And this proves it because he never would have written such a stupid thing, to start his letter of survival to his wife with the P.O. Box. It's not that it didn't matter very much; it's that it didn't matter at all. It only mattered to the story. It only mattered to the lying bastards who concocted the story and wrote the stupid letter.

The fact that Oswald's urgent fail-safe letter to his wife- about what to do if his shooting attempt on Walker went wrong- began with the P.O. box is proof that there was no P.O. Box. Such idiots. God-damn friggin' morons. 


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