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The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk


Informant Oswald?

Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.

President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.

Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.

In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”

Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
mainframetech
2018-06-02 01:13:14 UTC
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The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Following that line of thinking, we come to appreciate that as an
informant, Oswald would not jeopardize his situation by killing JFK.
There are other signs that he didn't shoot anyone too. He never practiced
with is rifle. He just took photos of himself with it and then rolled it
up in a blanket and threw it in the garage. The scope on the rifle had a
fault from a bad mounting, and it could not be zeroed in, and if LHO had
practiced with it, he would have found the problem and had it fixed before
trying to shoot the POTUS. It wasn't fixed, so he didn't practice.

The FBI also couldn't find anyplace he practiced and couldn't find
anyplace where he bought any ammunition for the rifle. And the Klein's
catalog offered ammo for the rifle right by the ad for the rifle, but LHO
decided not to order any. When the FBI firearms guy testified, he said
the rifle was worn and corroded, so it wasn't taken care of very well.
And Oswald had been nailed at inspection in the service when he often had
a dirty weapon.

Chris
claviger
2018-06-02 21:03:41 UTC
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The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Following that line of thinking, we come to appreciate that as an
informant, Oswald would not jeopardize his situation by killing JFK.
Oswald could have been an informant for the FBI or CIA, or both.
Most likely he was an informant for the FBI to keep an eye on the
CIA. The two Federal Agencies did not trust each other, and JEH
did not like the CIA.

LHO had an unstable personality and apparently lived his life on
an emotional rollercoaster. He demonstrated obvious symptoms
of OCD, ODD, and APD. In short he was a Sociopath. LHO might
appear normal for awhile but under stress revealed seething rage
against the society he lived in. He could act normal when it suited
him, but he didn't handle adversity well.

LHO instinctively would strike back and physically abused his wife
during numerous arguments. Basically he had a volatile personality
that could explode with a violent reaction. The reality is informants
are not perfect robots.
Post by mainframetech
There are other signs that he didn't shoot anyone too. He never
practiced with is rifle.
His wife said he practiced all the time with his rifle. So much it was
annoying, so she made him go outside when he was in the mood to
practice dry firing his rifle. He also cleaned and oiled it. Why would
he do that if he never fired it? She also said he took a bus to a place
called "Lopfield" to shoot his rifle. Where did he get the ammo to do
that? There were two gun shops close to the well known Love Field
"poor man's practice range" in the Trinity River bottoms.
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He just took photos of himself with it . . .
How did he do that? Are you saying he took a selfie in the
mirror? Did that apartment even have a full length mirror?
Post by mainframetech
and then rolled it up in a blanket and threw it in the garage.
There was no garage when those photos were taken.
Post by mainframetech
The scope on the rifle had a fault from a bad mounting,
Yes the crosshairs would drift off center and there is witness
evidence he did something about it.
Post by mainframetech
and it could not be zeroed in,
It could be zeroed in, but with use would not stay that way.
Post by mainframetech
and if LHO had practiced with it, he would have found the
problem and had it fixed before trying to shoot the POTUS.
He did exactly that.
Post by mainframetech
It wasn't fixed, so he didn't practice.
A witness at the Sportsdrome fixed it for him.
Post by mainframetech
The FBI also couldn't find anyplace he practiced and couldn't
find anyplace where he bought any ammunition for the rifle.
The FBI found a few places he could practice with it, in the Trinity
River Bottoms, the Sportsdrome, and a garbage dump near Irving.
Empty ammo boxes for 6.5 ammo were found at that dump.
Post by mainframetech
And the Klein's catalog offered ammo for the rifle right by the ad
for the rifle, but LHO decided not to order any.
LHO did not want to leave a paper trail. Plausible deniability to fool
naive people like you. It worked.
Post by mainframetech
When the FBI firearms guy testified, he said the rifle was worn and
corroded, so it wasn't taken care of very well.
Used rifles are still deadly weapons.
Post by mainframetech
And Oswald had been nailed at inspection in the service when
he often had a dirty weapon.
Chris
What does that have to do with anything he did several years
later? Dirty weapons are still deadly. Soldiers in combat don't
have time to clean their weapons in the middle of an extended
battle. No calling a ceasefire timeout to clean weapons. Both
sides finish the battle with dirty weapons.
Anthony Marsh
2018-06-03 22:31:56 UTC
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flagpole
The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
???quite a mysterious fellow,??? and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald???s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office???s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that ???Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.???
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Following that line of thinking, we come to appreciate that as an
informant, Oswald would not jeopardize his situation by killing JFK.
Oswald could have been an informant for the FBI or CIA, or both.
No. Stop being silly.
Post by claviger
Most likely he was an informant for the FBI to keep an eye on the
CIA. The two Federal Agencies did not trust each other, and JEH
Wacky theory.
Post by claviger
did not like the CIA.
LHO had an unstable personality and apparently lived his life on
an emotional rollercoaster. He demonstrated obvious symptoms
of OCD, ODD, and APD. In short he was a Sociopath. LHO might
appear normal for awhile but under stress revealed seething rage
against the society he lived in. He could act normal when it suited
him, but he didn't handle adversity well.
Hey, don't waste our bandwidth here talking about yourself.
Post by claviger
LHO instinctively would strike back and physically abused his wife
during numerous arguments. Basically he had a volatile personality
Yes, so therefore every wife abuser must be an assassin. That includes
Trump.
Post by claviger
that could explode with a violent reaction. The reality is informants
are not perfect robots.
Informants are not always criminals.
You over-generalize everything.
Post by claviger
Post by mainframetech
There are other signs that he didn't shoot anyone too. He never
practiced with is rifle.
So what? That's silly.
Post by claviger
His wife said he practiced all the time with his rifle. So much it was
Working bolt. Not SHOOING.
I guess you wouldn't understand the difference.
Post by claviger
annoying, so she made him go outside when he was in the mood to
practice dry firing his rifle. He also cleaned and oiled it. Why would
he do that if he never fired it? She also said he took a bus to a place
You do that with ANY rifle to keep it in good condition. I guess you've
never had a rifle so all you can do is guess.
Post by claviger
called "Lopfield" to shoot his rifle. Where did he get the ammo to do
that? There were two gun shops close to the well known Love Field
"poor man's practice range" in the Trinity River bottoms.
Prove it. Show it to me.
Post by claviger
Post by mainframetech
He just took photos of himself with it . . .
How did he do that? Are you saying he took a selfie in the
mirror? Did that apartment even have a full length mirror?
No. Oswald invented the selfie stick back in 1963.
Why do you pretend that you don't know what he really meant?
Attack every word?

Nothing else to do with your life?
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Post by mainframetech
and then rolled it up in a blanket and threw it in the garage.
There was no garage when those photos were taken.
Post by mainframetech
The scope on the rifle had a fault from a bad mounting,
Yes the crosshairs would drift off center and there is witness
evidence he did something about it.
Post by mainframetech
and it could not be zeroed in,
It could be zeroed in, but with use would not stay that way.
Post by mainframetech
and if LHO had practiced with it, he would have found the
problem and had it fixed before trying to shoot the POTUS.
He did exactly that.
No.
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Post by mainframetech
It wasn't fixed, so he didn't practice.
A witness at the Sportsdrome fixed it for him.
Hoax.
Post by claviger
Post by mainframetech
The FBI also couldn't find anyplace he practiced and couldn't
find anyplace where he bought any ammunition for the rifle.
The FBI found a few places he could practice with it, in the Trinity
River Bottoms, the Sportsdrome, and a garbage dump near Irving.
Empty ammo boxes for 6.5 ammo were found at that dump.
SHOW me those boxes. WHat brand?
Post by claviger
Post by mainframetech
And the Klein's catalog offered ammo for the rifle right by the ad
for the rifle, but LHO decided not to order any.
LHO did not want to leave a paper trail. Plausible deniability to fool
naive people like you. It worked.
He didn't want to spend that much money on that many bullets of dubious
quality. Maybe war surplus from WWIII.
Post by claviger
Post by mainframetech
When the FBI firearms guy testified, he said the rifle was worn and
corroded, so it wasn't taken care of very well.
Yeah, over how many years? Was it used in WWII?
Post by claviger
Used rifles are still deadly weapons.
Post by mainframetech
And Oswald had been nailed at inspection in the service when
he often had a dirty weapon.
Chris
What does that have to do with anything he did several years
later? Dirty weapons are still deadly. Soldiers in combat don't
Yeah, deadly to the shooter.
Post by claviger
have time to clean their weapons in the middle of an extended
battle. No calling a ceasefire timeout to clean weapons. Both
sides finish the battle with dirty weapons.
Oswald got into trouble for not cleaning his M-1.
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2018-06-04 19:44:33 UTC
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flagpole
The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
???quite a mysterious fellow,??? and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald???s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office???s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that ???Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.???
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Following that line of thinking, we come to appreciate that as an
informant, Oswald would not jeopardize his situation by killing JFK.
Oswald could have been an informant for the FBI or CIA, or both.
No. Stop being silly.
Post by claviger
Most likely he was an informant for the FBI to keep an eye on the
CIA. The two Federal Agencies did not trust each other, and JEH
Wacky theory.
Post by claviger
did not like the CIA.
LHO had an unstable personality and apparently lived his life on
an emotional rollercoaster. He demonstrated obvious symptoms
of OCD, ODD, and APD. In short he was a Sociopath. LHO might
appear normal for awhile but under stress revealed seething rage
against the society he lived in. He could act normal when it suited
him, but he didn't handle adversity well.
Hey, don't waste our bandwidth here talking about yourself.
Post by claviger
LHO instinctively would strike back and physically abused his wife
during numerous arguments. Basically he had a volatile personality
Yes, so therefore every wife abuser must be an assassin. That includes
Trump.
Post by claviger
that could explode with a violent reaction. The reality is informants
are not perfect robots.
Informants are not always criminals.
You over-generalize everything.
Post by claviger
Post by mainframetech
There are other signs that he didn't shoot anyone too. He never
practiced with is rifle.
So what? That's silly.
Post by claviger
His wife said he practiced all the time with his rifle. So much it was
Working bolt. Not SHOOING.
I guess you wouldn't understand the difference.
Post by claviger
annoying, so she made him go outside when he was in the mood to
practice dry firing his rifle. He also cleaned and oiled it. Why would
he do that if he never fired it? She also said he took a bus to a place
You do that with ANY rifle to keep it in good condition. I guess you've
never had a rifle so all you can do is guess.
Post by claviger
called "Lopfield" to shoot his rifle. Where did he get the ammo to do
that? There were two gun shops close to the well known Love Field
"poor man's practice range" in the Trinity River bottoms.
Prove it. Show it to me.
Post by claviger
Post by mainframetech
He just took photos of himself with it . . .
How did he do that? Are you saying he took a selfie in the
mirror? Did that apartment even have a full length mirror?
No. Oswald invented the selfie stick back in 1963.
Why do you pretend that you don't know what he really meant?
Attack every word?
Nothing else to do with your life?
Post by claviger
Post by mainframetech
and then rolled it up in a blanket and threw it in the garage.
There was no garage when those photos were taken.
Post by mainframetech
The scope on the rifle had a fault from a bad mounting,
Yes the crosshairs would drift off center and there is witness
evidence he did something about it.
Post by mainframetech
and it could not be zeroed in,
It could be zeroed in, but with use would not stay that way.
Post by mainframetech
and if LHO had practiced with it, he would have found the
problem and had it fixed before trying to shoot the POTUS.
He did exactly that.
No.
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Post by mainframetech
It wasn't fixed, so he didn't practice.
A witness at the Sportsdrome fixed it for him.
Hoax.
HOAX. FAKE NEWS. I HAVE THE FILES, YOU DON'T. MY FILES ARE THE BIGGEST.
THESE FILES ARE INCREDIBLE. Anthony "Trump Mouthpiece" Marsh
claviger
2018-06-05 20:41:00 UTC
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Following that line of thinking, we come to appreciate that as an
informant, Oswald would not jeopardize his situation by killing JFK.
Oswald could have been an informant for the FBI or CIA, or both.
No. Stop being silly.
Why is that silly?
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by claviger
Most likely he was an informant for the FBI to keep an eye on the
CIA. The two Federal Agencies did not trust each other, and JEH
Wacky theory.
When he was jailed in NO who did he call?
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by claviger
did not like the CIA.
LHO had an unstable personality and apparently lived his life on
an emotional rollercoaster. He demonstrated obvious symptoms
of OCD, ODD, and APD. In short he was a Sociopath. LHO might
appear normal for awhile but under stress revealed seething rage
against the society he lived in. He could act normal when it suited
him, but he didn't handle adversity well.
Hey, don't waste our bandwidth here talking about yourself.
So what you're telling me is don't be a copycat? When it comes
to self promotion nobody can rival you.
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Post by claviger
LHO instinctively would strike back and physically abused his wife
during numerous arguments. Basically he had a volatile personality
Yes, so therefore every wife abuser must be an assassin. That includes
Trump.
Wife beaters are usually cowards who feel insecure. That's why LHO had
to go prove his manhood by ambushing the President.
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by claviger
that could explode with a violent reaction. The reality is informants
are not perfect robots.
Informants are not always criminals.
You over-generalize everything.
Like you just did?
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by claviger
Post by mainframetech
There are other signs that he didn't shoot anyone too. He never
practiced with is rifle.
So what? That's silly.
Post by claviger
His wife said he practiced all the time with his rifle. So much it was
Working bolt. Not SHOOING.
I guess you wouldn't understand the difference.
Working the bolt is practicing. Working the bolt and firing at a target
is practicing.
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Post by claviger
annoying, so she made him go outside when he was in the mood to
practice dry firing his rifle. He also cleaned and oiled it. Why would
he do that if he never fired it? She also said he took a bus to a place
You do that with ANY rifle to keep it in good condition. I guess you've
never had a rifle so all you can do is guess.
As usual you guess wrong. A bad habit you got into based on conceited
arrogance.
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by claviger
called "Lopfield" to shoot his rifle. Where did he get the ammo to do
that? There were two gun shops close to the well known Love Field
"poor man's practice range" in the Trinity River bottoms.
Prove it. Show it to me.
In the evidence report by the DCSD investigation. Look it up.
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Post by mainframetech
He just took photos of himself with it . . .
How did he do that? Are you saying he took a selfie in the
mirror? Did that apartment even have a full length mirror?
No. Oswald invented the selfie stick back in 1963.
What is a selfie stick?
Post by Anthony Marsh
Why do you pretend that you don't know what he really meant?
Who is he? Tell us what he really meant.
Post by Anthony Marsh
Attack every word?
Like you do? See why you're such a bad example.
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Nothing else to do with your life?
Ask yourself the same question.
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and then rolled it up in a blanket and threw it in the garage.
There was no garage when those photos were taken.
Post by mainframetech
The scope on the rifle had a fault from a bad mounting,
Yes the crosshairs would drift off center and there is witness
evidence he did something about it.
Post by mainframetech
and it could not be zeroed in,
It could be zeroed in, but with use would not stay that way.
Post by mainframetech
and if LHO had practiced with it, he would have found the
problem and had it fixed before trying to shoot the POTUS.
He did exactly that.
No.
And how would you know what he did or didn't do?
A witness told police he adjusted a scope and fired
at measured targets. He said the owner of that rifle
looked like LHO. The guy never came back after the
Assassination.
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It wasn't fixed, so he didn't practice.
A witness at the Sportsdrome fixed it for him.
Hoax.
Your Code Word for 'no comeback'.
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Post by mainframetech
The FBI also couldn't find anyplace he practiced and couldn't
find anyplace where he bought any ammunition for the rifle.
The FBI found a few places he could practice with it, in the Trinity
River Bottoms, the Sportsdrome, and a garbage dump near Irving.
Empty ammo boxes for 6.5 ammo were found at that dump.
SHOW me those boxes. WHat brand?
I did that a long time ago. Is your memory fading away?
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by claviger
Post by mainframetech
And the Klein's catalog offered ammo for the rifle right by the ad
for the rifle, but LHO decided not to order any.
LHO did not want to leave a paper trail. Plausible deniability to fool
naive people like you. It worked.
He didn't want to spend that much money on that many bullets of dubious
quality. Maybe war surplus from WWIII.
Post by claviger
Post by mainframetech
When the FBI firearms guy testified, he said the rifle was worn and
corroded, so it wasn't taken care of very well.
Yeah, over how many years? Was it used in WWII?
Post by claviger
Used rifles are still deadly weapons.
Post by mainframetech
And Oswald had been nailed at inspection in the service when
he often had a dirty weapon.
Chris
What does that have to do with anything he did several years
later? Dirty weapons are still deadly. Soldiers in combat don't
Yeah, deadly to the shooter.
In what way?
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have time to clean their weapons in the middle of an extended
battle. No calling a ceasefire timeout to clean weapons. Both
sides finish the battle with dirty weapons.
Oswald got into trouble for not cleaning his M-1.
So what?
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Following that line of thinking, we come to appreciate that as an
informant, Oswald would not jeopardize his situation by killing JFK.
Oswald could have been an informant for the FBI or CIA, or both.
No. Stop being silly.
Why is that silly?
If you knew anything about the FBI or CIA you would understand. Oswald was
not the type of person to be an informant for the FBI or CIA. A poor
source of information and unreliable.
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Most likely he was an informant for the FBI to keep an eye on the
CIA. The two Federal Agencies did not trust each other, and JEH
Wacky theory.
When he was jailed in NO who did he call?
The FBI. An infomant would not openly call the FBI.
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did not like the CIA.
LHO had an unstable personality and apparently lived his life on
an emotional rollercoaster. He demonstrated obvious symptoms
of OCD, ODD, and APD. In short he was a Sociopath. LHO might
appear normal for awhile but under stress revealed seething rage
against the society he lived in. He could act normal when it suited
him, but he didn't handle adversity well.
Hey, don't waste our bandwidth here talking about yourself.
So what you're telling me is don't be a copycat? When it comes
to self promotion nobody can rival you.
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LHO instinctively would strike back and physically abused his wife
during numerous arguments. Basically he had a volatile personality
Yes, so therefore every wife abuser must be an assassin. That includes
Trump.
Wife beaters are usually cowards who feel insecure. That's why LHO had
to go prove his manhood by ambushing the President.
Weird theory.
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that could explode with a violent reaction. The reality is informants
are not perfect robots.
Informants are not always criminals.
You over-generalize everything.
Like you just did?
About what? Learn English. I said, "NOT always."
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There are other signs that he didn't shoot anyone too. He never
practiced with is rifle.
So what? That's silly.
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His wife said he practiced all the time with his rifle. So much it was
Working bolt. Not SHOOING.
I guess you wouldn't understand the difference.
Working the bolt is practicing. Working the bolt and firing at a target
is practicing.
Not shooting.
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annoying, so she made him go outside when he was in the mood to
practice dry firing his rifle. He also cleaned and oiled it. Why would
he do that if he never fired it? She also said he took a bus to a place
You do that with ANY rifle to keep it in good condition. I guess you've
never had a rifle so all you can do is guess.
As usual you guess wrong. A bad habit you got into based on conceited
arrogance.
I back it up with documents and evidence.
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called "Lopfield" to shoot his rifle. Where did he get the ammo to do
that? There were two gun shops close to the well known Love Field
"poor man's practice range" in the Trinity River bottoms.
Prove it. Show it to me.
In the evidence report by the DCSD investigation. Look it up.
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He just took photos of himself with it . . .
How did he do that? Are you saying he took a selfie in the
mirror? Did that apartment even have a full length mirror?
No. Oswald invented the selfie stick back in 1963.
What is a selfie stick?
You got to get hip. It was a rage for about a week.
It holds your cell phone.
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Why do you pretend that you don't know what he really meant?
Who is he? Tell us what he really meant.
The OP.
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Attack every word?
Like you do? See why you're such a bad example.
Never. And it would be so easy for me to be a Grammar Nazi.
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Nothing else to do with your life?
Ask yourself the same question.
Thanks Pee-Wee Herman. Do I have to explain that reference to you too?
Were you in a coma in the 80's?
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and then rolled it up in a blanket and threw it in the garage.
There was no garage when those photos were taken.
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The scope on the rifle had a fault from a bad mounting,
Yes the crosshairs would drift off center and there is witness
evidence he did something about it.
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and it could not be zeroed in,
It could be zeroed in, but with use would not stay that way.
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and if LHO had practiced with it, he would have found the
problem and had it fixed before trying to shoot the POTUS.
He did exactly that.
No.
And how would you know what he did or didn't do?
Marina. Ruth. Michael. George.
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A witness told police he adjusted a scope and fired
at measured targets. He said the owner of that rifle
looked like LHO. The guy never came back after the
Assassination.
HOAX
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It wasn't fixed, so he didn't practice.
A witness at the Sportsdrome fixed it for him.
Hoax.
Your Code Word for 'no comeback'.
Fact.
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The FBI also couldn't find anyplace he practiced and couldn't
find anyplace where he bought any ammunition for the rifle.
The FBI found a few places he could practice with it, in the Trinity
River Bottoms, the Sportsdrome, and a garbage dump near Irving.
Empty ammo boxes for 6.5 ammo were found at that dump.
SHOW me those boxes. WHat brand?
I did that a long time ago. Is your memory fading away?
SHOW me.
You did not say what brand.
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And the Klein's catalog offered ammo for the rifle right by the ad
for the rifle, but LHO decided not to order any.
LHO did not want to leave a paper trail. Plausible deniability to fool
naive people like you. It worked.
He didn't want to spend that much money on that many bullets of dubious
quality. Maybe war surplus from WWIII.
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When the FBI firearms guy testified, he said the rifle was worn and
corroded, so it wasn't taken care of very well.
Yeah, over how many years? Was it used in WWII?
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Used rifles are still deadly weapons.
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And Oswald had been nailed at inspection in the service when
he often had a dirty weapon.
Chris
What does that have to do with anything he did several years
later? Dirty weapons are still deadly. Soldiers in combat don't
Yeah, deadly to the shooter.
In what way?
Blowing up the action.


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have time to clean their weapons in the middle of an extended
battle. No calling a ceasefire timeout to clean weapons. Both
sides finish the battle with dirty weapons.
Oswald got into trouble for not cleaning his M-1.
So what?
He was careless.
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Oswald could have been an informant for the FBI or CIA, or both.
No. Stop being silly.
Why is that silly?
If you knew anything about the FBI or CIA you would understand.
How do you know so much about the FBI and CIA?
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Oswald was not the type of person to be an informant for the
FBI or CIA. A poor source of information and unreliable.
Why a poor source of information and why was he unreliable?
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Most likely he was an informant for the FBI to keep an eye on the
CIA. The two Federal Agencies did not trust each other, and JEH
Wacky theory.
When he was jailed in NO who did he call?
The FBI. An infomant would not openly call the FBI.
Then how would the FBI know he was in jail and needed assistance?
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Wife beaters are usually cowards who feel insecure. That's why LHO
had to go prove his manhood by ambushing the President.
Weird theory.
LHO was a weird punk.
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that could explode with a violent reaction. The reality is informants
are not perfect robots.
Informants are not always criminals.
You over-generalize everything.
Like you just did?
About what? Learn English. I said, "NOT always."
You missed the obvious point. Not as sharp as you used to be.
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His wife said he practiced all the time with his rifle. So much it was
Working bolt. Not SHOOING.
I guess you wouldn't understand the difference.
Working the bolt is practicing. Working the bolt and firing at a target
is practicing.
Not shooting.
Firing = Shooting.
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annoying, so she made him go outside when he was in the mood to
practice dry firing his rifle. He also cleaned and oiled it. Why would
he do that if he never fired it? She also said he took a bus to a place
You do that with ANY rifle to keep it in good condition. I guess you've
never had a rifle so all you can do is guess.
As usual you guess wrong. A bad habit you got into based on conceited
arrogance.
I back it up with documents and evidence.
OK, defend your silly guess.
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Why do you pretend that you don't know what he really
meant?
Who is he? Tell us what he really meant.
The OP.
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Attack every word?
Like you do? See why you're such a bad example.
Never. And it would be so easy for me to be a Grammar Nazi.
You are a Debate Nazi.
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Nothing else to do with your life?
Ask yourself the same question.
Thanks Pee-Wee Herman.
Thank you. Pee-Wee Herman is nice guy who never
acted like a conceited prick.
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Do I have to explain that reference to you too?
Were you in a coma in the 80's?
No, were you?
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The scope on the rifle had a fault from a bad mounting,
Yes the crosshairs would drift off center and there is witness
evidence he did something about it.
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and it could not be zeroed in,
It could be zeroed in, but with use would not stay that way.
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and if LHO had practiced with it, he would have found the
problem and had it fixed before trying to shoot the POTUS.
He did exactly that.
No.
And how would you know what he did or didn't do?
Marina. Ruth. Michael. George.
Marina is the inside source who confirms he practiced with his
rifle at home and took it to Lopfield. She told a story about LHO
shooting his rifle at the park when they went on a picnic.
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Post by claviger
A witness told police he adjusted a scope and fired
at measured targets. He said the owner of that rifle
looked like LHO. The guy never came back after the
Assassination.
HOAX
If a Hoax it was a very detailed story.
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It wasn't fixed, so he didn't practice.
A witness at the Sportsdrome fixed it for him.
Hoax.
Your Code Word for 'no comeback'.
Fact.
Yes, a fact when you have no intelligent comeback you
use the codeword, "Hoax".
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The FBI also couldn't find anyplace he practiced and couldn't
find anyplace where he bought any ammunition for the rifle.
The FBI found a few places he could practice with it, in the Trinity
River Bottoms, the Sportsdrome, and a garbage dump near Irving.
Empty ammo boxes for 6.5 ammo were found at that dump.
SHOW me those boxes. WHat brand?
I did that a long time ago. Is your memory fading away?
SHOW me.
That your memory is fading away? You just gave us another example.
In past discussions you were aware of those empty boxes and where
they were found. There was some confusion if they were found in the
Paine garage, but a Deputy clarified they were discovered at the local
dump and turned in with evidence from the garage. Why would LHO
bring back empty boxes to keep in the Paine garage?
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You did not say what brand.
Why don't you do some research and find out?
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Used rifles are still deadly weapons.
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And Oswald had been nailed at inspection in the service
when he often had a dirty weapon.
Chris
What does that have to do with anything he did several
years later? Dirty weapons are still deadly. Soldiers in
combat don't
Yeah, deadly to the shooter.
In what way?
Blowing up the action.
So all dirty rifles blow up rifles? I know one hunter who never
cleaned his rifle and used it for years. The AK47 was almost
never cleaned in combat. By contrast the M16 had a jamming
problem thanks to the US Army Ordinance Dept who screwed
up the outstanding design of the original AR15. Combat rifles
must be designed for use in less than perfect conditions. Most
modern rifles are engineered to be submerged in muddy water
and still function.
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http://www.the-puzzle-palace.com/Smith532.jpg
You know absolutely nothing about guns.
PCTKB
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have time to clean their weapons in the middle of an extended
battle. No calling a ceasefire timeout to clean weapons. Both
sides finish the battle with dirty weapons.
Oswald got into trouble for not cleaning his M-1.
So what?
He was careless.
He could care less until he bought his own rifle and cleaned it
several times. The fumes bothered Marina and she told LHO
to do that outside.
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The FBI also couldn't find anyplace he practiced and couldn't
find anyplace where he bought any ammunition for the rifle.
The FBI found a few places he could practice with it, in the Trinity
River Bottoms, the Sportsdrome, and a garbage dump near Irving.
Empty ammo boxes for 6.5 ammo were found at that dump.
SHOW me those boxes. WHat brand?
I did that a long time ago. Is your memory fading away?
SHOW me.
Look whose name shows up in the discussion:
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The FBI also couldn't find anyplace he practiced and couldn't
find anyplace where he bought any ammunition for the rifle.
The FBI found a few places he could practice with it, in the Trinity
River Bottoms, the Sportsdrome, and a garbage dump near Irving.
Empty ammo boxes for 6.5 ammo were found at that dump.
SHOW me those boxes. WHat brand?
I did that a long time ago. Is your memory fading away?
SHOW me.
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No ammo boxes were associated with Oswald. They could be from anyone
that did some shooting at that location, which Oswald never went to.

Chris
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The FBI also couldn't find anyplace he practiced and couldn't
find anyplace where he bought any ammunition for the rifle.
The FBI found a few places he could practice with it, in the Trinity
River Bottoms, the Sportsdrome, and a garbage dump near Irving.
Empty ammo boxes for 6.5 ammo were found at that dump.
SHOW me those boxes. WHat brand?
I did that a long time ago. Is your memory fading away?
SHOW me.
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No ammo boxes were associated with Oswald. They could be from anyone
that did some shooting at that location, which Oswald never went to.
How do you know that?
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Oswald could have been an informant for the FBI or CIA, or both.
No. Stop being silly.
Why is that silly?
If you knew anything about the FBI or CIA you would understand.
How do you know so much about the FBI and CIA?
My father was a spy.
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Oswald was not the type of person to be an informant for the
FBI or CIA. A poor source of information and unreliable.
Why a poor source of information and why was he unreliable?
Mentally unreliable and not connected to other people of interest.
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Most likely he was an informant for the FBI to keep an eye on the
CIA. The two Federal Agencies did not trust each other, and JEH
Wacky theory.
When he was jailed in NO who did he call?
The FBI. An infomant would not openly call the FBI.
Then how would the FBI know he was in jail and needed assistance?
He would ask a friend.
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Wife beaters are usually cowards who feel insecure. That's why LHO
had to go prove his manhood by ambushing the President.
Weird theory.
LHO was a weird punk.
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that could explode with a violent reaction. The reality is informants
are not perfect robots.
Informants are not always criminals.
You over-generalize everything.
Like you just did?
About what? Learn English. I said, "NOT always."
You missed the obvious point. Not as sharp as you used to be.
Silly.
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His wife said he practiced all the time with his rifle. So much it was
Working bolt. Not SHOOING.
I guess you wouldn't understand the difference.
Working the bolt is practicing. Working the bolt and firing at a target
is practicing.
Not shooting.
Firing = Shooting.
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annoying, so she made him go outside when he was in the mood to
practice dry firing his rifle. He also cleaned and oiled it. Why would
he do that if he never fired it? She also said he took a bus to a place
You do that with ANY rifle to keep it in good condition. I guess you've
never had a rifle so all you can do is guess.
As usual you guess wrong. A bad habit you got into based on conceited
arrogance.
I back it up with documents and evidence.
OK, defend your silly guess.
I have, many times.
Learn how to use Google and visit my Web site.
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Why do you pretend that you don't know what he really
meant?
Who is he? Tell us what he really meant.
The OP.
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Attack every word?
Like you do? See why you're such a bad example.
Never. And it would be so easy for me to be a Grammar Nazi.
You are a Debate Nazi.
Did you invent that on your own?
How come McAdams allows you to call me a Nazi?
I don't make up the rules about debate.
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Nothing else to do with your life?
Ask yourself the same question.
Thanks Pee-Wee Herman.
Thank you. Pee-Wee Herman is nice guy who never
acted like a conceited prick.
You haven't seen all his movies,
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Do I have to explain that reference to you too?
Were you in a coma in the 80's?
No, were you?
No. Most people understand what it means.
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The scope on the rifle had a fault from a bad mounting,
Yes the crosshairs would drift off center and there is witness
evidence he did something about it.
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and it could not be zeroed in,
It could be zeroed in, but with use would not stay that way.
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and if LHO had practiced with it, he would have found the
problem and had it fixed before trying to shoot the POTUS.
He did exactly that.
No.
And how would you know what he did or didn't do?
Marina. Ruth. Michael. George.
Marina is the inside source who confirms he practiced with his
rifle at home and took it to Lopfield. She told a story about LHO
shooting his rifle at the park when they went on a picnic.
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A witness told police he adjusted a scope and fired
at measured targets. He said the owner of that rifle
looked like LHO. The guy never came back after the
Assassination.
HOAX
If a Hoax it was a very detailed story.
Some hoaxes are. The more detailed the more you know it was a hoax. They
add details which are physically impossible.
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It wasn't fixed, so he didn't practice.
A witness at the Sportsdrome fixed it for him.
Hoax.
Your Code Word for 'no comeback'.
Fact.
Yes, a fact when you have no intelligent comeback you
use the codeword, "Hoax".
No, just specific stories that I know are a hoax.
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The FBI also couldn't find anyplace he practiced and couldn't
find anyplace where he bought any ammunition for the rifle.
The FBI found a few places he could practice with it, in the Trinity
River Bottoms, the Sportsdrome, and a garbage dump near Irving.
Empty ammo boxes for 6.5 ammo were found at that dump.
SHOW me those boxes. WHat brand?
I did that a long time ago. Is your memory fading away?
SHOW me.
That your memory is fading away? You just gave us another example.
In past discussions you were aware of those empty boxes and where
they were found. There was some confusion if they were found in the
They are listed in the evidence. Again, SHOW them to me.
Can you tell just by looking which brand they are? How many rounds can
they hold per box? You are out of your depth, boy.
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Paine garage, but a Deputy clarified they were discovered at the local
dump and turned in with evidence from the garage. Why would LHO
bring back empty boxes to keep in the Paine garage?
I don't think he would.
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You did not say what brand.
Why don't you do some research and find out?
Because there is no record of what brand.
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Used rifles are still deadly weapons.
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And Oswald had been nailed at inspection in the service
when he often had a dirty weapon.
Chris
What does that have to do with anything he did several
years later? Dirty weapons are still deadly. Soldiers in
combat don't
Yeah, deadly to the shooter.
In what way?
Blowing up the action.
So all dirty rifles blow up rifles? I know one hunter who never
No, silly. I didn't say that. I'll thank you to STOP PUTTING WORDS IN MY
MOUTH. That is unsanitary.
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cleaned his rifle and used it for years. The AK47 was almost
never cleaned in combat. By contrast the M16 had a jamming
problem thanks to the US Army Ordinance Dept who screwed
up the outstanding design of the original AR15. Combat rifles
must be designed for use in less than perfect conditions. Most
modern rifles are engineered to be submerged in muddy water
and still function.
Irrelevant to the Carcano.
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http://www.the-puzzle-palace.com/Smith532.jpg
You know absolutely nothing about guns.
PCTKB
FU
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have time to clean their weapons in the middle of an extended
battle. No calling a ceasefire timeout to clean weapons. Both
sides finish the battle with dirty weapons.
Oswald got into trouble for not cleaning his M-1.
So what?
He was careless.
He could care less until he bought his own rifle and cleaned it
several times. The fumes bothered Marina and she told LHO
to do that outside.
So what? That is not SHOOTING.
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Oswald could have been an informant for the FBI or CIA, or both.
No. Stop being silly.
Why is that silly?
If you knew anything about the FBI or CIA you would understand.
How do you know so much about the FBI and CIA?
My father was a spy.



There was a kid in school that used to tell us that. Then later he said
his daddy was an astronaut, then a cowboy . . .

And now we have Anthony Marsh. This is the mentality we are dealing with
here, folks.
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Oswald could have been an informant for the FBI or CIA, or both.
No. Stop being silly.
Why is that silly?
If you knew anything about the FBI or CIA you would understand.
How do you know so much about the FBI and CIA?
My father was a spy.
There was a kid in school that used to tell us that. Then later he said
his daddy was an astronaut, then a cowboy . . .
I prove what I say. I have the documents.
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And now we have Anthony Marsh. This is the mentality we are dealing with
here, folks.
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Oswald could have been an informant for the FBI or CIA, or both.
No. Stop being silly.
Why is that silly?
If you knew anything about the FBI or CIA you would understand.
How do you know so much about the FBI and CIA?
My father was a spy.
There was a kid in school that used to tell us that. Then later he said
his daddy was an astronaut, then a cowboy . . .
I prove what I say. I have the documents.
Nope. HOAX. FAKE NEWS.


I'm on to you, Anthony Marsh.
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And now we have Anthony Marsh. This is the mentality we are dealing with
here, folks.
claviger
2018-06-17 01:03:01 UTC
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The FBI also couldn't find anyplace he practiced and couldn't
find anyplace where he bought any ammunition for the rifle.
The FBI found a few places he could practice with it, in the Trinity
River Bottoms, the Sportsdrome, and a garbage dump near Irving.
Empty ammo boxes for 6.5 ammo were found at that dump.
Two empty boxes of 6.5 ammo were found at a local gravel pit.

Steve BH
2018-06-06 14:56:43 UTC
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flagpole
The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Yes, he did. Unfortunately the government paid him only in Monopoly Money
and used toilet paper. Whenever he asked for anything of value, even S&H
Green Stamps, his handlers hold him budgets were too tight, it would
compromise his agent "legend," and to go home and suck it up.

He remains the most talented secret agent to work for nothing for four
years, in U.S. history. Even Oswald's cheap coffin collapsed. The CIA put
up a star for him on their memorial wall, but it was made of cardboard and
chewing gum wrappers, and it soon mildewed, and is now gone. Even now, he
just cannot catch a break.
Steve M. Galbraith
2018-06-07 01:17:16 UTC
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flagpole
The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Yes, he did. Unfortunately the government paid him only in Monopoly Money
and used toilet paper. Whenever he asked for anything of value, even S&H
Green Stamps, his handlers hold him budgets were too tight, it would
compromise his agent "legend," and to go home and suck it up.
He remains the most talented secret agent to work for nothing for four
years, in U.S. history. Even Oswald's cheap coffin collapsed. The CIA put
up a star for him on their memorial wall, but it was made of cardboard and
chewing gum wrappers, and it soon mildewed, and is now gone. Even now, he
just cannot catch a break.
His CIA mission clearly was to uncover spy rings operating in the
secretarial pools of unemployment offices.

And he went to his missions riding a bus.

I mean, who would think that an erratic, impoverished high school dropout
with no money, no car, no job was in reality a top CIA agent? It's the
perfect cover!

See, all of the evidence that he wasn't an agent is in conspiracy world
evidence that he was. This is the classic, textbook example of how they
view this event. Everything that points to him being the assassin is, in
reality, evidence that he wasn't.
Anthony Marsh
2018-06-08 00:53:23 UTC
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flagpole
The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Yes, he did. Unfortunately the government paid him only in Monopoly Money
and used toilet paper. Whenever he asked for anything of value, even S&H
Green Stamps, his handlers hold him budgets were too tight, it would
compromise his agent "legend," and to go home and suck it up.
He remains the most talented secret agent to work for nothing for four
years, in U.S. history. Even Oswald's cheap coffin collapsed. The CIA put
up a star for him on their memorial wall, but it was made of cardboard and
chewing gum wrappers, and it soon mildewed, and is now gone. Even now, he
just cannot catch a break.
His CIA mission clearly was to uncover spy rings operating in the
secretarial pools of unemployment offices.
And he went to his missions riding a bus.
I mean, who would think that an erratic, impoverished high school dropout
with no money, no car, no job was in reality a top CIA agent? It's the
perfect cover!
See, all of the evidence that he wasn't an agent is in conspiracy world
evidence that he was. This is the classic, textbook example of how they
view this event. Everything that points to him being the assassin is, in
reality, evidence that he wasn't.
Few people say he was a CIA agent.
Just being a CIA agent does not rule him in or out as being a shooter.
mainframetech
2018-06-08 01:14:54 UTC
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The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Yes, he did. Unfortunately the government paid him only in Monopoly Money
and used toilet paper. Whenever he asked for anything of value, even S&H
Green Stamps, his handlers hold him budgets were too tight, it would
compromise his agent "legend," and to go home and suck it up.
He remains the most talented secret agent to work for nothing for four
years, in U.S. history. Even Oswald's cheap coffin collapsed. The CIA put
up a star for him on their memorial wall, but it was made of cardboard and
chewing gum wrappers, and it soon mildewed, and is now gone. Even now, he
just cannot catch a break.
His CIA mission clearly was to uncover spy rings operating in the
secretarial pools of unemployment offices.
And he went to his missions riding a bus.
I mean, who would think that an erratic, impoverished high school dropout
with no money, no car, no job was in reality a top CIA agent? It's the
perfect cover!
See, all of the evidence that he wasn't an agent is in conspiracy world
evidence that he was. This is the classic, textbook example of how they
view this event. Everything that points to him being the assassin is, in
reality, evidence that he wasn't.
Tell us about all that evidence that says he wasn't an FBI informant.

Chris
mainframetech
2018-06-09 01:20:53 UTC
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flagpole
The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Yes, he did. Unfortunately the government paid him only in Monopoly Money
and used toilet paper. Whenever he asked for anything of value, even S&H
Green Stamps, his handlers hold him budgets were too tight, it would
compromise his agent "legend," and to go home and suck it up.
He remains the most talented secret agent to work for nothing for four
years, in U.S. history. Even Oswald's cheap coffin collapsed. The CIA put
up a star for him on their memorial wall, but it was made of cardboard and
chewing gum wrappers, and it soon mildewed, and is now gone. Even now, he
just cannot catch a break.
His CIA mission clearly was to uncover spy rings operating in the
secretarial pools of unemployment offices.
And he went to his missions riding a bus.
I mean, who would think that an erratic, impoverished high school dropout
with no money, no car, no job was in reality a top CIA agent? It's the
perfect cover!
See, all of the evidence that he wasn't an agent is in conspiracy world
evidence that he was. This is the classic, textbook example of how they
view this event. Everything that points to him being the assassin is, in
reality, evidence that he wasn't.
Tell us about all that evidence that says he wasn't an FBI informant.
Chris
It might also be useful to look up the information from a William
Walter, who worked in a financial section, and remembered the name Lee
Harvey Oswald on pay checks going out from his area. His testimony is
around here somewhere.

Chris
Anthony Marsh
2018-06-09 14:07:52 UTC
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The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
???quite a mysterious fellow,??? and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald???s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office???s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that ???Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.???
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Yes, he did. Unfortunately the government paid him only in Monopoly Money
and used toilet paper. Whenever he asked for anything of value, even S&H
Green Stamps, his handlers hold him budgets were too tight, it would
compromise his agent "legend," and to go home and suck it up.
He remains the most talented secret agent to work for nothing for four
years, in U.S. history. Even Oswald's cheap coffin collapsed. The CIA put
up a star for him on their memorial wall, but it was made of cardboard and
chewing gum wrappers, and it soon mildewed, and is now gone. Even now, he
just cannot catch a break.
His CIA mission clearly was to uncover spy rings operating in the
secretarial pools of unemployment offices.
And he went to his missions riding a bus.
I mean, who would think that an erratic, impoverished high school dropout
with no money, no car, no job was in reality a top CIA agent? It's the
perfect cover!
See, all of the evidence that he wasn't an agent is in conspiracy world
evidence that he was. This is the classic, textbook example of how they
view this event. Everything that points to him being the assassin is, in
reality, evidence that he wasn't.
Tell us about all that evidence that says he wasn't an FBI informant.
The fact that Hosty was openly speaking to his wife and searching for him.
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Chris
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2018-06-09 14:12:53 UTC
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The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Yes, he did. Unfortunately the government paid him only in Monopoly Money
and used toilet paper. Whenever he asked for anything of value, even S&H
Green Stamps, his handlers hold him budgets were too tight, it would
compromise his agent "legend," and to go home and suck it up.
He remains the most talented secret agent to work for nothing for four
years, in U.S. history. Even Oswald's cheap coffin collapsed. The CIA put
up a star for him on their memorial wall, but it was made of cardboard and
chewing gum wrappers, and it soon mildewed, and is now gone. Even now, he
just cannot catch a break.
His CIA mission clearly was to uncover spy rings operating in the
secretarial pools of unemployment offices.
And he went to his missions riding a bus.
I mean, who would think that an erratic, impoverished high school dropout
with no money, no car, no job was in reality a top CIA agent? It's the
perfect cover!
See, all of the evidence that he wasn't an agent is in conspiracy world
evidence that he was. This is the classic, textbook example of how they
view this event. Everything that points to him being the assassin is, in
reality, evidence that he wasn't.
Tell us about all that evidence that says he wasn't an FBI informant.
Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
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2018-06-10 18:06:15 UTC
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The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Yes, he did. Unfortunately the government paid him only in Monopoly Money
and used toilet paper. Whenever he asked for anything of value, even S&H
Green Stamps, his handlers hold him budgets were too tight, it would
compromise his agent "legend," and to go home and suck it up.
He remains the most talented secret agent to work for nothing for four
years, in U.S. history. Even Oswald's cheap coffin collapsed. The CIA put
up a star for him on their memorial wall, but it was made of cardboard and
chewing gum wrappers, and it soon mildewed, and is now gone. Even now, he
just cannot catch a break.
His CIA mission clearly was to uncover spy rings operating in the
secretarial pools of unemployment offices.
And he went to his missions riding a bus.
I mean, who would think that an erratic, impoverished high school dropout
with no money, no car, no job was in reality a top CIA agent? It's the
perfect cover!
See, all of the evidence that he wasn't an agent is in conspiracy world
evidence that he was. This is the classic, textbook example of how they
view this event. Everything that points to him being the assassin is, in
reality, evidence that he wasn't.
Tell us about all that evidence that says he wasn't an FBI informant.
Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
No, but
A. Oswald was not most people.
B. He was the only one in the area with his own FPCC chapter.
C. He was the only one in the area to have visited both the Cuban
Embassy AND the Russian Embassy.


All that would make him a good candidate to be an informant.
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2018-06-12 12:43:27 UTC
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Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
No, but
A. Oswald was not most people.
B. He was the only one in the area with his own FPCC chapter.
C. He was the only one in the area to have visited both the Cuban
Embassy AND the Russian Embassy.
All that would make him a good candidate to be an informant.
Yes in one way it does, however the problem is he managed to do all this
by his own efforts and meager resources. This is the basic enigma of LHO,
he can fit either scenario. Would the CIA trust him with big-boy stuff,
like making contact with the KGB control officer for assassinations in the
Western Hemisphere?
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2018-06-13 03:12:22 UTC
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Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
No, but
A. Oswald was not most people.
B. He was the only one in the area with his own FPCC chapter.
C. He was the only one in the area to have visited both the Cuban
Embassy AND the Russian Embassy.
All that would make him a good candidate to be an informant.
Yes in one way it does, however the problem is he managed to do all this
by his own efforts and meager resources. This is the basic enigma of LHO,
he can fit either scenario. Would the CIA trust him with big-boy stuff,
like making contact with the KGB control officer for assassinations in the
Western Hemisphere?
LHO bragged to Marina how frugally he went to Mexico City and back,
proving a determined loner could do it. On the other hand, there was talk
of a major Russian defector in Mexico City. Would the CIA send a novice
or reliable agent with experience? It can be argued both ways.

A novice would be expendable but unknown to the KGB, unless they have a
dossier on LHO. If he was an KGB agent sent back to the USA they would
quickly find his record on file. Would the KGB or Castro take the risk of
contact with LHO shortly before the assassination? I don't think so, LHO
would be too obvious and I doubt they would take that risk. This argues
for LHO being the "tumbleweed" the KGB wanted nothing to do with.

So then would Castro take the chance is the big question?

LHO was furious and frustrated by the fact none of the Big 3 players in
the Cold War needed his services. He might have shot JFK to spite both
the Russians and Castro. Sounds crazy but LHO had a teenager mentality to
authority figures and his Russian sweetheart just broke up with him. He
was ready to go out in a blaze of Marxist glory proving all of them wrong
for underestimating his talents and devotion to Marxist ideology. I
wonder if he got satisfaction he shocked the Soviets and Castro too?

Was this a Big 3 Trifecta where he got even with the US, USSR, Cuba, and
wife too, all who rejected him? In fact the list may be longer. Did the
FBI and CIA reject him too? We know Gerry P Hemming turned him down for
Interpen. That is an interesting situation because GPH had a gut feel LHO
was a plant. In fact he might have thought LHO was an FBI plant to spy on
the CIA. When in NO was he working as a penetration spy for an ex-FBI Guy
Bannister, but who was Bannister working for? What a tangled mess LHO
managed to leave as a deadly tumbleweed.
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Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
No, but
A. Oswald was not most people.
B. He was the only one in the area with his own FPCC chapter.
C. He was the only one in the area to have visited both the Cuban
Embassy AND the Russian Embassy.
All that would make him a good candidate to be an informant.
Yes in one way it does, however the problem is he managed to do all this
by his own efforts and meager resources. This is the basic enigma of LHO,
he can fit either scenario. Would the CIA trust him with big-boy stuff,
like making contact with the KGB control officer for assassinations in the
Western Hemisphere?
LHO bragged to Marina how frugally he went to Mexico City and back,
proving a determined loner could do it. On the other hand, there was talk
of a major Russian defector in Mexico City. Would the CIA send a novice
or reliable agent with experience? It can be argued both ways.
A novice would be expendable but unknown to the KGB, unless they have a
dossier on LHO. If he was an KGB agent sent back to the USA they would
quickly find his record on file. Would the KGB or Castro take the risk of
contact with LHO shortly before the assassination? I don't think so, LHO
would be too obvious and I doubt they would take that risk. This argues
for LHO being the "tumbleweed" the KGB wanted nothing to do with.
So then would Castro take the chance is the big question?
LHO was furious and frustrated by the fact none of the Big 3 players in
the Cold War needed his services. He might have shot JFK to spite both
the Russians and Castro. Sounds crazy but LHO had a teenager mentality to
authority figures and his Russian sweetheart just broke up with him. He
was ready to go out in a blaze of Marxist glory proving all of them wrong
for underestimating his talents and devotion to Marxist ideology. I
wonder if he got satisfaction he shocked the Soviets and Castro too?
Was this a Big 3 Trifecta where he got even with the US, USSR, Cuba, and
wife too, all who rejected him? In fact the list may be longer. Did the
FBI and CIA reject him too? We know Gerry P Hemming turned him down for
Interpen. That is an interesting situation because GPH had a gut feel LHO
was a plant. In fact he might have thought LHO was an FBI plant to spy on
the CIA. When in NO was he working as a penetration spy for an ex-FBI Guy
Bannister, but who was Bannister working for? What a tangled mess LHO
managed to leave as a deadly tumbleweed.
What a load of baloney! Made up as it was written. Guesses and made up
emotions attributed to Oswald. Very little factual info.

Chris
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Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
No, but
A. Oswald was not most people.
B. He was the only one in the area with his own FPCC chapter.
C. He was the only one in the area to have visited both the Cuban
Embassy AND the Russian Embassy.
All that would make him a good candidate to be an informant.
Yes in one way it does, however the problem is he managed to do all this
by his own efforts and meager resources. This is the basic enigma of LHO,
he can fit either scenario. Would the CIA trust him with big-boy stuff,
like making contact with the KGB control officer for assassinations in the
Western Hemisphere?
LHO bragged to Marina how frugally he went to Mexico City and back,
proving a determined loner could do it. On the other hand, there was talk
of a major Russian defector in Mexico City. Would the CIA send a novice
or reliable agent with experience? It can be argued both ways.
A novice would be expendable but unknown to the KGB, unless they have a
dossier on LHO. If he was an KGB agent sent back to the USA they would
quickly find his record on file. Would the KGB or Castro take the risk of
contact with LHO shortly before the assassination? I don't think so, LHO
would be too obvious and I doubt they would take that risk. This argues
for LHO being the "tumbleweed" the KGB wanted nothing to do with.
So then would Castro take the chance is the big question?
LHO was furious and frustrated by the fact none of the Big 3 players in
the Cold War needed his services. He might have shot JFK to spite both
the Russians and Castro. Sounds crazy but LHO had a teenager mentality to
authority figures and his Russian sweetheart just broke up with him. He
was ready to go out in a blaze of Marxist glory proving all of them wrong
for underestimating his talents and devotion to Marxist ideology. I
wonder if he got satisfaction he shocked the Soviets and Castro too?
Was this a Big 3 Trifecta where he got even with the US, USSR, Cuba, and
wife too, all who rejected him? In fact the list may be longer. Did the
FBI and CIA reject him too? We know Gerry P Hemming turned him down for
Interpen. That is an interesting situation because GPH had a gut feel LHO
was a plant. In fact he might have thought LHO was an FBI plant to spy on
the CIA. When in NO was he working as a penetration spy for an ex-FBI Guy
Bannister, but who was Bannister working for? What a tangled mess LHO
managed to leave as a deadly tumbleweed.
What a load of baloney! Made up as it was written. Guesses and made up
emotions attributed to Oswald. Very little factual info.
Chris
Not surprised it was over your head. Here are some facts:
LHO went to Mexico City. He met with the Cubans and Soviets.
He came back to Dallas and shot the President. Anyone would
ask is there a connection to all this?

I think rejection set him on a mission to prove them wrong.
He was a force to be reckoned with. However, we can never
be sure he wasn't lured into doing this crime somehow with
the promise of money and sanctuary.
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2018-06-16 05:21:35 UTC
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Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
No, but
A. Oswald was not most people.
B. He was the only one in the area with his own FPCC chapter.
C. He was the only one in the area to have visited both the Cuban
Embassy AND the Russian Embassy.
All that would make him a good candidate to be an informant.
Yes in one way it does, however the problem is he managed to do all this
by his own efforts and meager resources. This is the basic enigma of LHO,
he can fit either scenario. Would the CIA trust him with big-boy stuff,
like making contact with the KGB control officer for assassinations in the
Western Hemisphere?
LHO bragged to Marina how frugally he went to Mexico City and back,
proving a determined loner could do it. On the other hand, there was talk
of a major Russian defector in Mexico City. Would the CIA send a novice
or reliable agent with experience? It can be argued both ways.
A novice would be expendable but unknown to the KGB, unless they have a
dossier on LHO. If he was an KGB agent sent back to the USA they would
Yes, of course the KGB had a dossier on Oswald. They were very
suspicious of him.
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quickly find his record on file. Would the KGB or Castro take the risk of
contact with LHO shortly before the assassination? I don't think so, LHO
would be too obvious and I doubt they would take that risk. This argues
for LHO being the "tumbleweed" the KGB wanted nothing to do with.
So then would Castro take the chance is the big question?
LHO was furious and frustrated by the fact none of the Big 3 players in
the Cold War needed his services. He might have shot JFK to spite both
the Russians and Castro. Sounds crazy but LHO had a teenager mentality to
authority figures and his Russian sweetheart just broke up with him. He
was ready to go out in a blaze of Marxist glory proving all of them wrong
for underestimating his talents and devotion to Marxist ideology. I
wonder if he got satisfaction he shocked the Soviets and Castro too?
Was this a Big 3 Trifecta where he got even with the US, USSR, Cuba, and
wife too, all who rejected him? In fact the list may be longer. Did the
FBI and CIA reject him too? We know Gerry P Hemming turned him down for
Interpen. That is an interesting situation because GPH had a gut feel LHO
was a plant. In fact he might have thought LHO was an FBI plant to spy on
the CIA. When in NO was he working as a penetration spy for an ex-FBI Guy
Bannister, but who was Bannister working for? What a tangled mess LHO
managed to leave as a deadly tumbleweed.
What a load of baloney! Made up as it was written. Guesses and made up
emotions attributed to Oswald. Very little factual info.
Chris
LHO went to Mexico City. He met with the Cubans and Soviets.
He came back to Dallas and shot the President. Anyone would
ask is there a connection to all this?
I think rejection set him on a mission to prove them wrong.
He was a force to be reckoned with. However, we can never
be sure he wasn't lured into doing this crime somehow with
the promise of money and sanctuary.
Do you believe the hoax stories?
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Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
No, but
A. Oswald was not most people.
B. He was the only one in the area with his own FPCC chapter.
C. He was the only one in the area to have visited both the Cuban
Embassy AND the Russian Embassy.
All that would make him a good candidate to be an informant.
Yes in one way it does, however the problem is he managed to do all this
by his own efforts and meager resources. This is the basic enigma of LHO,
he can fit either scenario. Would the CIA trust him with big-boy stuff,
like making contact with the KGB control officer for assassinations in the
Western Hemisphere?
LHO bragged to Marina how frugally he went to Mexico City and back,
proving a determined loner could do it. On the other hand, there was talk
of a major Russian defector in Mexico City. Would the CIA send a novice
or reliable agent with experience? It can be argued both ways.
A novice would be expendable but unknown to the KGB, unless they have a
dossier on LHO. If he was an KGB agent sent back to the USA they would
quickly find his record on file. Would the KGB or Castro take the risk of
contact with LHO shortly before the assassination? I don't think so, LHO
would be too obvious and I doubt they would take that risk. This argues
for LHO being the "tumbleweed" the KGB wanted nothing to do with.
So then would Castro take the chance is the big question?
LHO was furious and frustrated by the fact none of the Big 3 players in
the Cold War needed his services. He might have shot JFK to spite both
the Russians and Castro. Sounds crazy but LHO had a teenager mentality to
authority figures and his Russian sweetheart just broke up with him. He
was ready to go out in a blaze of Marxist glory proving all of them wrong
for underestimating his talents and devotion to Marxist ideology. I
wonder if he got satisfaction he shocked the Soviets and Castro too?
Was this a Big 3 Trifecta where he got even with the US, USSR, Cuba, and
wife too, all who rejected him? In fact the list may be longer. Did the
FBI and CIA reject him too? We know Gerry P Hemming turned him down for
Interpen. That is an interesting situation because GPH had a gut feel LHO
was a plant. In fact he might have thought LHO was an FBI plant to spy on
the CIA. When in NO was he working as a penetration spy for an ex-FBI Guy
Bannister, but who was Bannister working for? What a tangled mess LHO
managed to leave as a deadly tumbleweed.
What a load of baloney! Made up as it was written. Guesses and made up
emotions attributed to Oswald. Very little factual info.
Chris
LHO went to Mexico City. He met with the Cubans and Soviets.
He came back to Dallas and shot the President. Anyone would
ask is there a connection to all this?
I think rejection set him on a mission to prove them wrong.
He was a force to be reckoned with. However, we can never
be sure he wasn't lured into doing this crime somehow with
the promise of money and sanctuary.
Still a load of baloney made up from imagination. Here's a fact:

HSCA Interview of James B Wilcott, 22 March 1978

"Mr. Sawyer. When you refer to Oswald as an agent, you are referring to
the extent you have -- as an agent as opposed to a paid informer, in
effect?

Mr. Wilcott. Yes, it is my belief that he e\was a regular agent and this
was a regular project of the Agency to send Oswald to the Soviet Union."

From:
https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=260#relPageId=56&tab=page
page 29

Chris
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Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
No, but
A. Oswald was not most people.
B. He was the only one in the area with his own FPCC chapter.
C. He was the only one in the area to have visited both the Cuban
Embassy AND the Russian Embassy.
All that would make him a good candidate to be an informant.
Yes in one way it does, however the problem is he managed to do all this
by his own efforts and meager resources. This is the basic enigma of LHO,
he can fit either scenario. Would the CIA trust him with big-boy stuff,
like making contact with the KGB control officer for assassinations in the
Western Hemisphere?
LHO bragged to Marina how frugally he went to Mexico City and back,
proving a determined loner could do it. On the other hand, there was talk
of a major Russian defector in Mexico City. Would the CIA send a novice
or reliable agent with experience? It can be argued both ways.
A novice would be expendable but unknown to the KGB, unless they have a
dossier on LHO. If he was an KGB agent sent back to the USA they would
quickly find his record on file. Would the KGB or Castro take the risk of
contact with LHO shortly before the assassination? I don't think so, LHO
would be too obvious and I doubt they would take that risk. This argues
for LHO being the "tumbleweed" the KGB wanted nothing to do with.
So then would Castro take the chance is the big question?
LHO was furious and frustrated by the fact none of the Big 3 players in
the Cold War needed his services. He might have shot JFK to spite both
the Russians and Castro. Sounds crazy but LHO had a teenager mentality to
authority figures and his Russian sweetheart just broke up with him. He
was ready to go out in a blaze of Marxist glory proving all of them wrong
for underestimating his talents and devotion to Marxist ideology. I
wonder if he got satisfaction he shocked the Soviets and Castro too?
Was this a Big 3 Trifecta where he got even with the US, USSR, Cuba, and
wife too, all who rejected him? In fact the list may be longer. Did the
FBI and CIA reject him too? We know Gerry P Hemming turned him down for
Interpen. That is an interesting situation because GPH had a gut feel LHO
was a plant. In fact he might have thought LHO was an FBI plant to spy on
the CIA. When in NO was he working as a penetration spy for an ex-FBI Guy
Bannister, but who was Bannister working for? What a tangled mess LHO
managed to leave as a deadly tumbleweed.
What a load of baloney! Made up as it was written. Guesses and made up
emotions attributed to Oswald. Very little factual info.
So you allow yourself to say what was going through Oswald's mind but
nobody else gets to. Is there no end to your double standards?
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2018-06-13 14:14:57 UTC
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Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
No, but
A. Oswald was not most people.
B. He was the only one in the area with his own FPCC chapter.
C. He was the only one in the area to have visited both the Cuban
Embassy AND the Russian Embassy.
All that would make him a good candidate to be an informant.
Yes in one way it does, however the problem is he managed to do all this
by his own efforts and meager resources. This is the basic enigma of LHO,
he can fit either scenario. Would the CIA trust him with big-boy stuff,
like making contact with the KGB control officer for assassinations in the
Western Hemisphere?
You can't say that. I know one kook who claims that the head shot came
from the SS car. Oswald could not have fired that shot.
I have never said that the CIA ever made Oswald part of the plan.
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flagpole
The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Yes, he did. Unfortunately the government paid him only in Monopoly Money
and used toilet paper. Whenever he asked for anything of value, even S&H
Green Stamps, his handlers hold him budgets were too tight, it would
compromise his agent "legend," and to go home and suck it up.
He remains the most talented secret agent to work for nothing for four
years, in U.S. history. Even Oswald's cheap coffin collapsed. The CIA put
up a star for him on their memorial wall, but it was made of cardboard and
chewing gum wrappers, and it soon mildewed, and is now gone. Even now, he
just cannot catch a break.
His CIA mission clearly was to uncover spy rings operating in the
secretarial pools of unemployment offices.
And he went to his missions riding a bus.
I mean, who would think that an erratic, impoverished high school dropout
with no money, no car, no job was in reality a top CIA agent? It's the
perfect cover!
See, all of the evidence that he wasn't an agent is in conspiracy world
evidence that he was. This is the classic, textbook example of how they
view this event. Everything that points to him being the assassin is, in
reality, evidence that he wasn't.
Tell us about all that evidence that says he wasn't an FBI informant.
Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
Of course. Go to the testimony of William Walter, who was a financial
guy for some of the federal agents. He attested to the fact that he
encountered pay checks for a Lee Harvey Oswald during his time working for
the feds.

Also:

HSCA Interview of James B Wilcott, 22 March 1978

"Mr. Sawyer. When you refer to Oswald as an agent, you are referring to
the extent you have -- as an agent as opposed to a paid informer, in
effect?

Mr. Wilcott. Yes, it is my belief that he e\was a regular agent and this
was a regular project of the Agency to send Oswald to the Soviet Union."

From: https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=260#relPageId=56&tab=page
page 29




While being an agent is not being an informer, it is suggestive that
he already had a connection with the intel people, and only a short step
to working as informant for the FBI o CIA (or both).

Chris
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The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Yes, he did. Unfortunately the government paid him only in Monopoly Money
and used toilet paper. Whenever he asked for anything of value, even S&H
Green Stamps, his handlers hold him budgets were too tight, it would
compromise his agent "legend," and to go home and suck it up.
He remains the most talented secret agent to work for nothing for four
years, in U.S. history. Even Oswald's cheap coffin collapsed. The CIA put
up a star for him on their memorial wall, but it was made of cardboard and
chewing gum wrappers, and it soon mildewed, and is now gone. Even now, he
just cannot catch a break.
His CIA mission clearly was to uncover spy rings operating in the
secretarial pools of unemployment offices.
And he went to his missions riding a bus.
I mean, who would think that an erratic, impoverished high school dropout
with no money, no car, no job was in reality a top CIA agent? It's the
perfect cover!
See, all of the evidence that he wasn't an agent is in conspiracy world
evidence that he was. This is the classic, textbook example of how they
view this event. Everything that points to him being the assassin is, in
reality, evidence that he wasn't.
Tell us about all that evidence that says he wasn't an FBI informant.
Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
Of course. Go to the testimony of William Walter, who was a financial
guy for some of the federal agents. He attested to the fact that he
encountered pay checks for a Lee Harvey Oswald during his time working for
the feds.
HSCA Interview of James B Wilcott, 22 March 1978
"Mr. Sawyer. When you refer to Oswald as an agent, you are referring to
the extent you have -- as an agent as opposed to a paid informer, in
effect?
Mr. Wilcott. Yes, it is my belief that he e\was a regular agent and this
was a regular project of the Agency to send Oswald to the Soviet Union."
From: https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=260#relPageId=56&tab=page
page 29
While being an agent is not being an informer, it is suggestive that
he already had a connection with the intel people, and only a short step
to working as informant for the FBI o CIA (or both).
Any corroboration for this amazing tale. Without such, it isn't very
compelling.
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2018-06-15 01:54:21 UTC
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The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Yes, he did. Unfortunately the government paid him only in Monopoly Money
and used toilet paper. Whenever he asked for anything of value, even S&H
Green Stamps, his handlers hold him budgets were too tight, it would
compromise his agent "legend," and to go home and suck it up.
He remains the most talented secret agent to work for nothing for four
years, in U.S. history. Even Oswald's cheap coffin collapsed. The CIA put
up a star for him on their memorial wall, but it was made of cardboard and
chewing gum wrappers, and it soon mildewed, and is now gone. Even now, he
just cannot catch a break.
His CIA mission clearly was to uncover spy rings operating in the
secretarial pools of unemployment offices.
And he went to his missions riding a bus.
I mean, who would think that an erratic, impoverished high school dropout
with no money, no car, no job was in reality a top CIA agent? It's the
perfect cover!
See, all of the evidence that he wasn't an agent is in conspiracy world
evidence that he was. This is the classic, textbook example of how they
view this event. Everything that points to him being the assassin is, in
reality, evidence that he wasn't.
Tell us about all that evidence that says he wasn't an FBI informant.
Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
Of course. Go to the testimony of William Walter, who was a financial
guy for some of the federal agents. He attested to the fact that he
encountered pay checks for a Lee Harvey Oswald during his time working for
the feds.
HSCA Interview of James B Wilcott, 22 March 1978
"Mr. Sawyer. When you refer to Oswald as an agent, you are referring to
the extent you have -- as an agent as opposed to a paid informer, in
effect?
Mr. Wilcott. Yes, it is my belief that he e\was a regular agent and this
was a regular project of the Agency to send Oswald to the Soviet Union."
From: https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=260#relPageId=56&tab=page
page 29
While being an agent is not being an informer, it is suggestive that
he already had a connection with the intel people, and only a short step
to working as informant for the FBI o CIA (or both).
Any corroboration for this amazing tale. Without such, it isn't very
compelling.
Well, Oswald was never an agent, but the CIA could have used him anyway.
Just borrow him from the ONI to dangle in front of the KGB and see if
they take the bait. Angleton had a program to send false defectors into
the Soviet Union.
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The Georgian Who Knew a Sniper Would Kill JFK
Prophetic Crackpot?
By Donald E. Wilkes, Jr.
https://flagpole.com/news/news-features/2013/10/23/the-georgian-who-knew-a-sniper-would-kill-jfk
Informant Oswald?
Not all of From an Office Building With a High-Powered Rifle deals with
Milteer. Sometimes its author turns his attention to other people,
including Lee Harvey Oswald, the 24-year old ex-Marine and ex-defector to
the Soviet Union, who, the Warren Commission claimed, was the sole
assassin of President Kennedy.
President Lyndon B. Johnson famously described Lee Harvey Oswald as
“quite a mysterious fellow,” and many JFK assassination
scholars, looking at Oswald’s intrigue-filled life, his exotic
travels to (among other places) Finland, Russia, Japan, South Korea, and
Mexico, and his multiple encounters with law enforcement agents or
intelligence operatives, have concluded that Oswald may have secretly been
a paid U.S. government informant or some other law enforcement or
intelligence agency asset.
Donald Adams thinks these scholars may be right.
In June 1964, Adams transferred to the Dallas FBI office, where the JFK
assassination was the office’s first priority. Because of his
experiences there, because of his knowledge of the unusual way the Dallas
office dealt with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination, and
because after the assassination the Dallas FBI office destroyed documents
relating to Oswald, Adams concludes in his book that “Oswald must
have been a government informant for the CIA, the FBI, or both.”
Think of that. A man who was an FBI agent for two decades and who
personally and officially investigated the assassination in 1963-64 agrees
with the critics of the Warren Commission who maintain that it is likely
Lee Harvey Oswald secretly worked for the FBI or the CIA! Of course, the
FBI, the CIA, and the Warren Commission all denied that Oswald secretly
worked for the government.
Yes, he did. Unfortunately the government paid him only in Monopoly Money
and used toilet paper. Whenever he asked for anything of value, even S&H
Green Stamps, his handlers hold him budgets were too tight, it would
compromise his agent "legend," and to go home and suck it up.
He remains the most talented secret agent to work for nothing for four
years, in U.S. history. Even Oswald's cheap coffin collapsed. The CIA put
up a star for him on their memorial wall, but it was made of cardboard and
chewing gum wrappers, and it soon mildewed, and is now gone. Even now, he
just cannot catch a break.
His CIA mission clearly was to uncover spy rings operating in the
secretarial pools of unemployment offices.
And he went to his missions riding a bus.
I mean, who would think that an erratic, impoverished high school dropout
with no money, no car, no job was in reality a top CIA agent? It's the
perfect cover!
See, all of the evidence that he wasn't an agent is in conspiracy world
evidence that he was. This is the classic, textbook example of how they
view this event. Everything that points to him being the assassin is, in
reality, evidence that he wasn't.
Tell us about all that evidence that says he wasn't an FBI informant.
Since most people are not FBI informants, the sensible thing to do is
believe Oswald was not unless there is compelling evidence that he was.
Got any?
Of course. Go to the testimony of William Walter, who was a financial
guy for some of the federal agents. He attested to the fact that he
encountered pay checks for a Lee Harvey Oswald during his time working for
the feds.
HSCA Interview of James B Wilcott, 22 March 1978
"Mr. Sawyer. When you refer to Oswald as an agent, you are referring to
the extent you have -- as an agent as opposed to a paid informer, in
effect?
Mr. Wilcott. Yes, it is my belief that he e\was a regular agent and this
was a regular project of the Agency to send Oswald to the Soviet Union."
From: https://www.maryferrell.org/showDoc.html?docId=260#relPageId=56&tab=page
page 29
While being an agent is not being an informer, it is suggestive that
he already had a connection with the intel people, and only a short step
to working as informant for the FBI o CIA (or both).
Any corroboration for this amazing tale. Without such, it isn't very
compelling.
I take it that you didn't look at the link provided or you wouldn't
say such a silly thing. There is corroboration in the testimony of one
William Walter, a paymaster for the intel agency.

Chris
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