OSWALD IN THE DOORWAY- the blog of the Oswald Innocence Campaign by Ralph Cinque
Saturday, June 23, 2018
Ralph Cinque There is not the slightest bit of evidence that Oswald tipped the FBI off about anything. He left a note for Hosty a couple weeks before, but there is no basis to conclude that that was assassination-related. What do you think it said? "They're killing Kennedy on the 22nd. Call me." That's ridiculous. He wouldn't put that in a note and hand it to a secretary. And regardless, if Oswald knew that Kennedy was about to be shot, he should have ran out into the street and pointed to the tops of buildings and yelled "Ambush! Ambush! Shooters!" Wouldn't you? I mean if it was JFK, the guy who saved us from nuclear war with the Soviet Union over the Cuban Missile Crisis? How could you just stand there knowing that JFK is about to be slaughtered? Wouldn't you risk your life for him? I'd risk mine. And it wouldn't even be out of self-sacrifice. It would be out of, well, hatred- my hatred for the ones who were doing it and the strong desire to fuck them up. And I don't mean physically; I mean to fuck up their plans; to foil them; to beat them. That's right; I mean beating them at their own game. The satisfaction from doing that would make it more than worth it to risk my life. So yes, if was me in that doorway, and I knew what was about to happen, I would run into the street and physically obstruct the forward progression of that limo. It's not as though they could go around me. It would have brought the motorcade to a halt. So, if Oswald knew everything, and he did that- ran into the street- then he would be a hero. But, he certainly would not be a hero for letting Kennedy die. But, in reality, Oswald did not know anything, which is what he said. He wasn't lying. He didn't know a damn thing. "I don't know what this whole situation is about." That's what he said, and that was the truth.