What is wrong with you, Viklund?
How dare you present that to me without even saying who it was?
I know who it was. It was Sarah Stanton. But, why didn't you say so? And
surely there are others here who don't know who it was, so why didn't you
tell them? How dare you not? What the pluck is wrong with you?
And not only did you not say who said it, but you didn't say when she said
it. She didn't make that statement on November 22, 1963 or close thereto.
She made it on March 18, 1964, when the FBI came a'callin' again,
demanding new statements from all the TSBD employees.
Now, don't you think by that time, the word was out that nobody saw Oswald
in the doorway? And don't you think they put the FEAR OF GOD in these
people that they didn't see Oswald in the doorway?
Let's consider the testimony of Carolyn Arnold and how it changed over
time between November and March.
On November 26, she said that she saw Oswald between the double-doors,
which means: at the doorway. Unfortunately, they didn't let her make a
statement in her own words. Instead, an FBI agent wrote down what he told
her. And he said that she said that it was at 12:15.
Well, even if it was 12:15, would it really have left enough time for
Oswald to go upstairs, retrieve the rifle, assemble it, build the Sniper's
Nest? But wait. Bonnie Ray Williams was up there on the 6th floor eating
his fried chicken and drinking his Dr. Pepper until close to the
assassination, so Oswald was out of luck anyway.
But, I have good reason to think that it was the FBI agent who pushed the
time back to 12:15 because in March 1964, Carolyn Arnold said that she
didn't see Oswald at all and that she didn't get outside until 12:25.
And they let the 12:25 ride since she didn't mention seeing Oswald, but
why didn't they realize that someone like me would go back and read her
first statement and then her second statement, and then realize that she
saw Oswald between the double doors at 12:25?
Why, in March 1964 didn't Carolyn Arnold repeat what she had said about
seeing Oswald between the double doors? It's because: word spread very
quickly that nobody saw Oswald outside at or near the time of the
assassination, and you had better not say it if you value your life.
What exactly Sarah Stanton saw and was aware of at the time of the
shooting, I don't claim to know. Oswald was probably the last to get out
there, and I know damn well that he was the very first to leave the
doorway. He left early. He had to be because how else could he beat Baker
to the lunch room without being out of breath? Baker reached the steps
just 10 seconds after the last shot- and he was running. That means that
Oswald had to have a hefty head-start.
So, either Sarah Stanton didn't see Oswald because all the action was to
the front and she had no reason to turn around during the short time that
he was there in the doorway
Sarah Stanton did what Carolyn Arnold did and told them what they wanted
But either way, it doesn't matter one bit because we have photographic
proof that Oswald was in the doorway, and nobody's lip-flapping can
possibly change it. It's childish to think otherwise. WE HAVE A PHOTO OF
HIM IN THE DOORWAY.
Viklund, if you want to deny plain, stark reality, go ahead. But, what you
can't do is get away with it- not on my watch.