Post by Anthony Marsh Post by Ace Kefford Post by email@example.com
A Lone Nutter who will start a topic about the weight of the 26 volumes
has no interest in evidence that contradicts their HB McLain dogma. Why is
that? Maybe it doesn't prove you're wrong, but why can't you even address
the conflicting evidence? It certainly is more interesting than weighing
books, and no less relevant to the assassination. Yet, you refuse to even
address it. All you can do is retort with your Lone Nutter dogma. Even the
alleged non-Lone Nutter Marsh can only spout your dogma. Is it not
interesting that Marrion Baker, a key witness against the murderer Oswald,
states three times in his WC testimony that JW Williams was beside him in
the motorcade? Why can't you even consider that at? Maybe it doesn't mean
you are wrong, but isn't it more interesting than the weight of the 26
volumes? And the same person is listed in the Batchelor report as being
assigned to a 3-wheeler at the Trade Mart. Isn't that a little weird? The
guy calls in on channel 2 with a two-wheeler call number. Maybe these are
all innocent mistakes, but isn't it more interesting than the weight of
the 26 volumes? Are you so insecure that you can't even address this
contradictory evidence? You think your entire cult will collapse if you
do? Whay is wrong with you people?
What's your point? That you don't believe in Science?
McLain's cycle was the ONLY one close enough to have been able to pick
up the shots. MATH wins. YOU lose, as usual.
You can't handle the MATH.
I know it's a waste of time to address Ivy Covered Professor Marsh in this
ivy covered newsgroup, but it is interesting that Allen Dulles, a great
believer in science, by all accounts, tried to sideline Baker's mentioning
of JW Williams in his answer to Senator Cooper's question. But Baker
persisted in naming his partner on the record:
SENATOR COOPER - Were there any officers that you saw near the School Book
Depository when you went in?
Mr. BAKER - There was an officer working traffic on that corner, and Officer
J. W. Williams was---
Mr. DULLES - By that corner you mean the corner of Elm and Houston?
Mr. BAKER - That is right, sir. J. W. Williams who is a motorcycle officer,
was, I thought, over on the left-hand side of me, and he was right with
me, but as I ran in this building, I found out that I was by myself. I
didn't know where anybody went.
SENATOR COOPER - Did you later see J. W. Williams, Officer Williams.
Mr. BAKER - Yes, sir. He stated that when the motorcade left with the
President, and they immediately went code 3 to Parkland, why he was up
there with him and he went up there with him. And I later saw him out
there at Parkland.