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Why did it take the Channel 1 dispatchers so long
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GKnoll
2019-05-11 23:38:33 UTC
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Why did it take the Channel 1 Dispatchers so long to figure out there was
stuck mic on Channel 1?

Presumably, they could hear all of the open mic transmission in the
Dispatch center. So why did it take them so long to figure it out? Not
until about 3 minutes after the assassination is there a message broadcast
on Channel 2 that there "is a motorcycle officer with his mic stuck open
on Channel 1, would you send someone up there to tell him to shut it off".
19efppp
2019-05-12 21:56:36 UTC
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Why did it take the Channel 1 Dispatchers so long to figure out there was
stuck mic on Channel 1?
Presumably, they could hear all of the open mic transmission in the
Dispatch center. So why did it take them so long to figure it out? Not
until about 3 minutes after the assassination is there a message broadcast
on Channel 2 that there "is a motorcycle officer with his mic stuck open
on Channel 1, would you send someone up there to tell him to shut it off".
Why? Because channel 1 was intentionally sabotaged and the dispatchers
were two of the saboteurs. They only said something after Officer Gross
said that the dispatcher's mic was stuck open. They had no choice but to
say something after that.
Anthony Marsh
2019-05-14 21:09:13 UTC
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Why did it take the Channel 1 Dispatchers so long to figure out there was
stuck mic on Channel 1?
Presumably, they could hear all of the open mic transmission in the
Dispatch center. So why did it take them so long to figure it out? Not
until about 3 minutes after the assassination is there a message broadcast
on Channel 2 that there "is a motorcycle officer with his mic stuck open
on Channel 1, would you send someone up there to tell him to shut it off".
Why? Because channel 1 was intentionally sabotaged and the dispatchers
were two of the saboteurs. They only said something after Officer Gross
said that the dispatcher's mic was stuck open. They had no choice but to
say something after that.
Can you explain the logistics or mechanics of HOW the dispatcher could
sabotage a channel and know exactly when to do it?
Are you claiming that the shots were not recorded on channel 1?
Then what are those waves on the tape?
19efppp
2019-05-16 00:14:24 UTC
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Why did it take the Channel 1 Dispatchers so long to figure out there was
stuck mic on Channel 1?
Presumably, they could hear all of the open mic transmission in the
Dispatch center. So why did it take them so long to figure it out? Not
until about 3 minutes after the assassination is there a message broadcast
on Channel 2 that there "is a motorcycle officer with his mic stuck open
on Channel 1, would you send someone up there to tell him to shut it off".
Why? Because channel 1 was intentionally sabotaged and the dispatchers
were two of the saboteurs. They only said something after Officer Gross
said that the dispatcher's mic was stuck open. They had no choice but to
say something after that.
Can you explain the logistics or mechanics of HOW the dispatcher could
sabotage a channel and know exactly when to do it?
Are you claiming that the shots were not recorded on channel 1?
Then what are those waves on the tape?
I have already explained this to you, my little one, and you never learn
from anything I say.
Anthony Marsh
2019-05-17 00:41:59 UTC
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Why did it take the Channel 1 Dispatchers so long to figure out there was
stuck mic on Channel 1?
Presumably, they could hear all of the open mic transmission in the
Dispatch center. So why did it take them so long to figure it out? Not
until about 3 minutes after the assassination is there a message broadcast
on Channel 2 that there "is a motorcycle officer with his mic stuck open
on Channel 1, would you send someone up there to tell him to shut it off".
Why? Because channel 1 was intentionally sabotaged and the dispatchers
were two of the saboteurs. They only said something after Officer Gross
said that the dispatcher's mic was stuck open. They had no choice but to
say something after that.
Can you explain the logistics or mechanics of HOW the dispatcher could
sabotage a channel and know exactly when to do it?
Are you claiming that the shots were not recorded on channel 1?
Then what are those waves on the tape?
I have already explained this to you, my little one, and you never learn
from anything I say.
No, you haven't. Before you invent a kooky conspiraccy theory, think it
through.

And you give it all away when you refuse to answer questions.
19efppp
2019-05-18 01:10:17 UTC
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Why did it take the Channel 1 Dispatchers so long to figure out there was
stuck mic on Channel 1?
Presumably, they could hear all of the open mic transmission in the
Dispatch center. So why did it take them so long to figure it out? Not
until about 3 minutes after the assassination is there a message broadcast
on Channel 2 that there "is a motorcycle officer with his mic stuck open
on Channel 1, would you send someone up there to tell him to shut it off".
Why? Because channel 1 was intentionally sabotaged and the dispatchers
were two of the saboteurs. They only said something after Officer Gross
said that the dispatcher's mic was stuck open. They had no choice but to
say something after that.
Can you explain the logistics or mechanics of HOW the dispatcher could
sabotage a channel and know exactly when to do it?
Are you claiming that the shots were not recorded on channel 1?
Then what are those waves on the tape?
I have already explained this to you, my little one, and you never learn
from anything I say.
No, you haven't. Before you invent a kooky conspiraccy theory, think it
through.
And you give it all away when you refuse to answer questions.
Why do you troll this newsgroup? There must be some cute MIT scientists
nearby whom you could pester. Why us?

Anthony Marsh
2019-05-13 21:06:10 UTC
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Why did it take the Channel 1 Dispatchers so long to figure out there
was stuck mic on Channel 1?
Because they could still hear some messages and background noises fading
in and out.
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Presumably, they could hear all of the open mic transmission in the
Dispatch center. So why did it take them so long to figure it out? Not
until about 3 minutes after the assassination is there a message
broadcast on Channel 2 that there "is a motorcycle officer with his mic
stuck open on Channel 1, would you send someone up there to tell him to
shut it off".
Anthony Marsh
2019-05-15 01:07:42 UTC
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Why did it take the Channel 1 Dispatchers so long to figure out there
was stuck mic on Channel 1?
Because they could still hear some messages and background noises fading
in and out.
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Presumably, they could hear all of the open mic transmission in the
Dispatch center. So why did it take them so long to figure it out? Not
Figure what out?

The dispatcher did figure out that one of the motorcycle cops had his
microphone stuck on in the transmit position. It had happened a few times
before. He broadcast a message asking someone, anyone to go up on STemmons
and tell him to turn it off.
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until about 3 minutes after the assassination is there a message
broadcast on Channel 2 that there "is a motorcycle officer with his
mic stuck open on Channel 1, would you send someone up there to tell
him to shut it off".
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