Post by email@example.com Post by Mark Post by Anthony Marsh Post by Mark Post by claviger Post by InsideSparta Post by claviger
A witness in perfect position saw a SSA standup in a car
and go back down with a machine gun in hand. The only
SSA assigned a rapid-fire military rifle was SSA Hickey.
This important observation took place right before the
Limousine drove away.
This description matches what we know about SSA Greer
seeing the President hit in the head, then stepped on the
gas pedal hard and sped away to the hospital.
SSA Hickey was assigned the AR-15 and was a tall body
guard. If he stood up he may have blocked the President
which was a protective instinct to distracted the sniper
or take a bullet. A very brave thing to do. If this is true
the sniper could lose sight of his target for a 3rd shot.
So if the sniper did not fire the last shot who did?
What the heck are you babbling about? Wilt Chamberlain could have stood up
in the follow up car and not blocked the view of the president from the
6th floor sniper's window.
Just a friendly fyi: This whole "Hickey accidentally shot JFK" fantasy was
debunked a long time ago. I guess you missed the memo.
Stay tuned for new information, the Bronson film reveals secrets
Gary Mack kept hidden for 55 years.
You are following the CTs down the rabbit hole. Why would Mack hide
anything for 55 years?
$$ He was part of the cover-up.
Time to put it up, Tony. What evidence do you have that Mack was part of
the cover-up of a POTUS' murder? Mark
Mack started the Acoustic Evidence Hoax. Mack pushed the imaginary Badge
Man Hallucination. If he wasn't paid off with his Sixth Floor Museum gig,
then he ought to have been.
Yes to your first two sentences. But of course you're not going to also
tell us he later backed off from both of those positions.
You can read his New York Times obituary on-line. Here are some quotes
from it, which IMO are accurate:
"Over time, he adopted a much more measured view of the assassination."
"'I had learned the basics--step back and look at all sides,' he told The
Dallas Morning News, referring to his journalistic training. 'But I'd read
all the pro-conspiracy books and was convinced they were probably right.
When I decided to step back, I realized they weren't telling us the whole
story, just one side of it.'"
"The mystique of the assassination and the unsolved questions surrounding
it held him in a tight grip. 'I'm personally convinced there's more than
just Oswald involved, but I can't prove it and neither can anyone else.'
he told The Dallas Morning News. He added, 'It's much more fun to believe
in a conspiracy.'"
One other point. Who corrupted the Sixth Floor Museum and paid Mack off
with his job? Who had, or has, the power and controls the money to do
that? If you would tell us, I will add their names to "The List."