Going after unproven/uncorroborated conspiracy theories is easy. It's
like grabbing the low hanging fruit.
The real test is going after conspiracy conclusions that *have* been
proven and corroborated in a multitude of ways.
Let's talk about the *fact* that one of the early shots was inaudible to
most witnesses, and the other, not loud enough to provoke visible
Please correct me if I'm mistaken, but you have to the best of my
recollection, *never* addressed that issue.
Do you think it was a coincidence that "most" of the witnesses only
heard one of the early shots?
Do you think it was a coincidence that *all* of the surviving limo
passengers only heard one of the early shots?
The earliest shots would have been the loudest, to the limo passengers
if it had been fired by Oswald.
How is it possible that he fired those shots?
Post by John McAdams
On 15 Jun 2017 12:49:20 -0400, "W. Tracy Parnell"
Post by W. Tracy Parnell
Morley puffs Fonzi as an investigator, but Fonzi believed silly
Such as nine (? I think that was the number) CIA spooks infiltrating
"The question is premature since we only have Veciana???s word that he
worked for the CIA and agency documents report there was no
Can you provide the cite for the relevant documents? Maybe a link?
Of course, Morley seems to ignore the fact that Veciana's story
Or the fact that, in late August or early September 1963 Oswald was
not in Dallas. Phillips could fly anywhere he wanted. If he wanted
to meet Oswald, he could fly to New Orleans.