2017-07-30 21:55:41 UTC
lie--the Henslee legacy
Like the Henslee transcription, it was the Dillards which were used by the
Commission, at the hearings. Were the Dillards, like the Henslee, pieces
of evidence crafted especially for the Commission? Were the Powell and
the Moorman withheld to avoid "confusion"? Brennan and the "second
window" witness suggest, Yes and Yes, though the Dillards aren't as
readily dismissed as the Henslee. If there was, in fact, nothing to be
dismissed in the photos, or about the photos, the DPD's Whitewash
Transcription Service still succeeds in casting a pall over just about
every other related piece of evidence.
The revealed work of Sgt. Henslee is like a cynic's guide to the Kennedy
assassination. As evidence, his dishonest transcription is unique here in
that it locates the dishonesty in other forms of evidence--witness,
forensic, possibly even photographic, in Dealey Plaza as well as Oak
Cliff. It's many-tentacled. Check any transcribed transmission where
Bowles had to correct Henslee. Red flags, red flags.... Inescapably, the
unintended legacy of his transcription runs something like this:
Everything you know about the gun and the bullets in Oak Cliff is a lie.
Everything you know about the Tippit witnesses is a lie. Everything you
know about the sixth floor of the depository is a lie. See the
discussions re the 12:37 transmission (part 3), the 1:13 transmission
(part 4), the 1:26 transmission (part 2), and the 1:41 transmission (part
1). What the left hand of the DPD covered up, the right hand uncovered.