Post by 19efppp Post by Steve M. Galbraith Post by 19efppp Post by Steve M. Galbraith Post by Deth2Uall Asouls Post by BOZ
Professor McAdams said something like this in the first debate against
Oswald could have been outside or on the 5th floor or in a place where a
witness could vouch for him during the assassination.
Oswald was on the 6th floor shooting (Historical fact).
They told him to remain out of sight. He was working for the conspiracy.
He was taking orders. They told him to remain out of sight. Simple.
And your evidence for this order is? Who gave it? When did they give it to
him? Did he object? How did they know he carried out the order? That a
co-worker wasn't with him?
When we ask such questions we're not asking for conspiracy believers to
just make things up. We're asking for evidence of your claims.
But I have another question: who wasn't involved in the conspiracy?
"Exactly 12:43." What do you care about evidence?
Burkley wrote "12:43" - not "exactly 12:43" - as the time JFK arrived at
You're using that 12:43 as evidence for you claim that Greer - who you
think shot JFK - delayed/slowed their arrival to Parkland. That's wrong.
Again: what is the evidence that Oswald was ordered to stay out of sight?
Give us something, a claim about a meeting, a phone call, something.
This is how this works: a person makes a claim and others ask for evidence
for it. You've cited no evidence that Oswald was ordered to hide during
Burkley did not give any time. You need to work on your reading
I am not using the 12:43 time as evidence of anything other than that the
ride took longer than it should have. Again, your reading comprehension
skills need some honing.
I have already provided the evidence regarding Oswald's call, and you
chose to ignore it. Now the baby is crying. Maybe Mommy will feed him, but
I have no obligation to do so. He's not my baby.
Again: what is the evidence that Oswald received a call to hide during the
shooting? You've presented none. Who gave his this order? Saying "the
conspirators" is not a person or persons.
No, you've given no evidence of such a call. You've given no evidence of
such an order. You've given no evidence that there was a "Truly office" -
whatever that is - where he hid out.
This is how this works: a person makes a claim and then others ask for
evidence for it. If you do not like that method then you can go back to
youtube and post your goofy videos and disable comments.
As to Burkley/Clark: Yes, as I said elsewhere, it was Clark not Burkley. I
acknowledged the mistake; I attributed that time to Burkley when it was
Clark who gave it.
However, Clark testified that he arrived at the ER at 12:30 and that JFK
was being attended to at that time of his arrival. So which time should we
Dr. CLARK - I would estimate it took a minute and a half to two minutes,
so I would guess that I arrived [at the ER] at approximately 12:30.
Mr. SPECTER - And who was present, if anyone, upon your arrival, attending
to the President?
Dr. CLARK - Dr. Jenkins, that is M. T. Jenkins, I suppose I ought to say,
Dr. Ronald Jones, Dr. Malcolm Perry, Dr. James Carrico; arriving either
with me or immediately thereafter were Dr. Robert McClelland, Dr. Paul
Peters, and Dr. Charles Baxter.
Mr. SPECTER - What did you observe the President's condition to be on your
Dr. CLARK - The President was lying on his back on the emergency cart.
Finally, the motorcycle officers - four - who accompanied the limo stated
that they raced to Parkland. Two of them who were leading the limo stated
that the limo was on their bumper during the entire journey. One said he
was worried about being run over. None of the officers said anything about
the limo slowing down. They all said they raced to Parkland.
Relying on Clark's recollections and ignoring the totality of the evidence
is not the way to put a full picture together. You're welcome to play with
your babies and do so. Others will take a different approach. Be sure to
tell the babies your bedtime stories about how Greer shot JFK and Norman
was pretending to. That should put them to sleep.