Here is pregnant Carolyn Arnold.
You see her protruding abdomen, right? Now, what are the chances that she was still up at the 2nd floor lunch room at 12:25? You realize it was located in the southwest corner of the building, and the doorway was in the northeast corner. The motorcade was expected to arrive at 12:25, and that was announced. So, why would she still be up on the 2nd floor at the back of the building at 12:25? She wouldn't. She couldn't. She didn't. It's a bogus story.
The woman next to her is either Virgie Rachley or Betty Dragoo, who were both close friends of hers, and Carolyn went with them. The three of them made the trek together from the lunch room to the doorway together, and at no time did Virgie or Betty claim to see Oswald in the 2nd floor lunch room.
And why would the Dallas Morning News publish such a story, of Carolyn Arnold seeing Lee Harvey Oswald eating in the 2nd floor lunch room at 12:25? The Dallas Morning News has been deeply involved in promulgating the official story on Day1 and ever since Day1. They have been closely involved with the Sixth Floor Museum, and they have done many film projects and other projects with them. So, why would they suddenly publish a pro-conspiracy story? It's for the same reason that they and so many other media outlets published the ridiculous story of Jack Ruby going to watch the fireworks in Dealey Plaza.
The corporate media loves spurious, bogus conspiracy stories. They plant them. They help spread them. They fan the flames. They know that it will only harm the whole conspiracy movement. So, on the one hand, they lambaste conspiracy theorists and make them out to be mental cases. And then on the other hand, they avidly spread false conspiracy stories to "bait and butter-up the buffs." That's what this was about: baiting and buttering-up the buffs.