Here is Why Oswald is NOT the Shooter

Mugshot taken of Lee Harvey Oswald, taken foll...

Mugshot taken of Lee Harvey Oswald, taken following his arrest. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The 50th Anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s murder in Dallas, Texas has been recognized all month with television programs and public ceremonies acknowledging the accomplishments of the 35th President of the United States. Of the television and “news” programing on the subject a disturbing number have gone out of their way to support the Warren Commission report and its claim that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone assassin of JFK. Fifty years later our country’s news media is still comfortable taking the easy way out and not fulfilling its responsibility of discovering the truth.

Having spent my formative adult years in the profession of news reporting I can tell you this is not surprising. Twenty years ago when I last attended a press conference, interviewed a news maker, or wrote a script the people I saw and worked beside were far more concerned with presentation and style than they were about asking tough questions. Today, nothing seems to have changed. In fact it’s gotten worse. In the days when I regularly received prepared statements from news makers, government and private organizations, and whoever wanted media exposure I was always amazed how often I could watch the evening news and hear news stories presented in word-for-word recitation of the press releases I’d read in my news office that same day. They took the pabulum and spit it out for the rest of us to swallow.

Last February I visited Dallas, Dealey Plaza, and the Texas School Book Depository Building upon visiting the Lone Star State as an Advisor Distributor attending AdvoCare‘s Success School, and as I wrote in my blog Oswald Did not Shoot JFK I became convinced the alleged killer of Kennedy could not have done what he is accused of doing. And in watching news reports of the events in Dallas on November 22, 1963 by FOX News, CNN, CBS, and NBC in recent weeks I saw no one address the decisive points I’ll share with you here.

1. Oswald was in the lunch room. Witnesses place Lee Harvey Oswald in the 2nd Floor lunch room of the Depository Building minutes before the shots rang out. A Dallas police officer and Oswald’s boss testified seeing Oswald in that same lunch room less than 80-seconds after the last shot was fired. I walked the distance from the alleged snipers nest on the 6th floor to the opposite corner of the building’s same floor where the Oswald rifle was later found. From there I walked down the 4 flights of stairs to the 2nd floor landing, short of where the lunch room was located (walking to the lunch room location was not possible as it no longer exists and the space in which it did exist is not publicly accessible). No one can convince me that Oswald made that same trip in the amount of time claimed. Since he was seen in the lunch room just before the shooting and just after it follows to assume he was there throughout the 10-15 minutes between when he was seen and during the time the shooting took place.

2. Two Different Bullets struck Kennedy. No Warren Report apologist has explained this. If you accept the Magic Bullet theory that Kennedy and Texas Governor John Connolly were both struck by the same nearly pristine bullet. Then you accept the bullet as is. It’s a 6.5 millimeter Full Metal Jacket. Being a Full Metal Jacket the bullet is designed to do what it is alleged to have done; pierce the target and continue forward in roughly the same shape as it was when it was fired. That bullet went through Kennedy’s tough flesh, obliterated Connolly’s dense rib bone, and shattered Connolly’s wrist bone. And it remained intact, nearly pristine. And the wounds on both Kennedy and Connolly were relatively minor, certainly survivable. Both the entry and exit wounds were small holes. Nothing more. Then they would have you believe another bullet fired from the same rifle blew-up Kennedy’s head and then disintegrated into many small pieces found in Kennedy’s head by X-Ray, and then through the bloody limousine. Full Metal Jacket bullets don’t disintegrate like that. An expanding or Dum Dum bullet does. But never does a shooter load two different types of ammunition into the same weapon at the same time. Therefore, the Magic Bullet and the head-shot bullet were two different types of bullets fired from two different guns.

3. Oswald’s bullets could not make the wounds in Kennedy as described. As already mentioned the Magic Bullet was 6.5 millimeters, as was the Italian bolt-action Mannlicher Carcano rifle with the faulty scope Oswald supposedly used. The autopsy of Kennedy described the entry hole in the back of his neck as 6.0 millimeters. It’s impossible to make a 6.0 millimeter hole with a 6.5 millimeter bullet.

4. Ruby’s explanation today is as unbelievable as it was then.  

Ruby shoots Oswald. Robert H. Jackson won the ...

 Mob-connected Strip club owner Jack Ruby shot and killed Oswald two days after the assassination. He claimed it was to spare Mrs. Kennedy the agony of going through a trial. Need I say more. The Warren Commission ignored plenty of evidence and testimony that 1. Ruby was connected to high mafia crime bosses. And 2. Ruby knew Oswald. And 3. They refused to hear Ruby’s testimony outside of Dallas despite his pleas to Chief Justice Earl Warren to give his complete testimony in Washington outside the control of Dallas’ corrupt Finest.

5. Ruby Repeatedly Claimed there was more to his story than the Warren Report Allowed to be Released.

In this video Ruby comes out and says other people were involved and that they occupied high position.

http://youtu.be/kYgJy98doaI

His cryptic hints are certainly strange. But being a former bag-man for Sam Giancana in Chicago, the loyalty oath he must have been subjected to must have been as convincing as legend suggests that they are. The rest of us simply will never understand.

Yesterday (November 19, 2013) our nation celebrated the 150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address. It occurred to me that the 100th Anniversary of Lincoln’s famous speech was just 3 days prior to Kennedy’s murder; inarguably a more significant anniversary than what we had yesterday. In the speech our 16th President (who was also assassinated and had his alleged killer shot and killed before trial) proclaimed America should have a rebirth of freedom.

A rebirth occurred following Kennedy’s death. But it wasn’t a blessed occurrence. From the time the Warren Report was released to this very day roughly 65-70% of Americans have said they don’t believe it. They don’t believe it in spite of 50 years of media hyperbole and support of the Warren Commission’s Findings. The real mistrust of government began with the report’s release, and hasn’t abated since. And it’s sadly deserved. There have been two official government investigations into the Kennedy assassination. The most recent was the House Select Committee on Assassinations in 1976. Unlike the Warren Report it concluded that a conspiracy was likely and ordered the Justice Department to investigate further. To date…no such further investigating has taken place.

How can a government of the people, for the people, and by the people react so inertly? The obvious conclusion is that it no longer is of, for, and by the people. And The People are the only ones to blame; for they continue to accept the deceptions. A nation conceived in liberty is needed once again.

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Oswald Did Not Shoot JFK!

The sixth floor corner window of the Texas School Book Depository Building

The sixth floor corner window of the Texas School Book Depository Building

THE crime of the 20th Century was without a doubt the killing of this nation’s President in Dallas 50 years ago this year. John F. Kennedy was shot twice, once in the head, while riding through Dealey Plaza in that Texas city November 22, 1963. The first official government investigation of the shooting determined that former Marine Lee Harvey Oswald fired three shots from the corner sixth floor window of the Texas School Book Depository Building, hitting JFK with those two shots. They determined that Oswald acted alone; that there was no conspiracy. This remains the prevailing story of the government and history.

After walking all over Dealey Plaza and the sixth and seventh floor of the museum that now exists in the downtown Dallas building where Oswald was employed I’m here to tell you the story is a complete lie. A fabrication with no truth to it at all. And what’s most disturbing is how pervasive the lie is, how accepted it is, and how nobody of prominence has ever walked the simple steps I walked to determine, as I have, that Lee Harvey Oswald could not have done what the Warren Commission and other subsequent investigations claim he did. And my fear is that if it could happen once it could happen again; and probably already has.

The 50th Anniversary of the Crime of the (Last) Century will undoubtedly bring out much about this story and many conspiracy theories. We’ll hear about the Grassy Knoll and Oswald in New Orleans, the CIA, the Mafia, Fidel Castro and a few others I’ve forgotten about or don’t care to mention and give credence. I’ll offer a thought or two on what I think may have happened but ultimately I don’t know. I just know it didn’t happen as we’ve all been bush-whacked into believing.

The Zapruder film showing the murder of our 35th President gives all of us a definitive time frame in which we can see how long it took to fire the deadly shots. This first video shows the shooting with no commentary and in real-time (as best I can determine). It shows that the three shots were all fired in 6 seconds.

This is a higher quality version of the Zapruder film, slowed down and zoomed in.

As you probably know and can now see the final of three (supposedly) shots fired was the most accurate while also being the one in which the moving target was furthest away from the Texas School Book Depository. So we’re expected to believe that Oswald fired three shots from a manual bolt-action Mannlicher Carcano rifle in only 6 seconds, and the final furthest shot is the most accurate. A white “X” marks the spot in the street at Dealey Plaza where the fatal head shot occurred. It’s 265 feet, or 81 yards, from the window.

The location in the street at Dealey Plaza where Kennedy received the dealy head shot.

The location in the street at Dealey Plaza where Kennedy received the deadly head shot.

As unlikely or improbable as this scenario is, it’s not the basis for my utter disbelief in the Warren Commission’s claim that Oswald shot Kennedy from the 6th Floor of the Texas School Book Depository. No, my firm belief was solidified in concrete when I walked throughout the museum now occupying the 6th floor, and looked out the adjacent window as well as the upstairs (7th floor) window closest to the alleged sniper’s nest. My certainty comes not from an unlikelihood that Oswald could do the shooting, but from the impossibility of the timing involved in what happened after the shooting. My certainty is so much easier to explain and comprehend. And I’ll do it in my next blog.

I walked all over Dealey Plaza. Here, the Book Depository is in my background.

I walked all over Dealey Plaza. Here, the Book Depository is in my background.

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Ron Paul, BIG-Government libertarian – PostPartisan – The Washington Post

Ron Paul taking questions in Manchester, NH

This man can't be trusted!

I’ve called Ron Paul crazy. Fact is I don’t really believe it. He’s crazy like a fox. And as demonstrated in this article he is one of the most despicably dishonest politicians you will ever come across.

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Best World Series Game 6 Ever!

Last night’s World Series game between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Texas Rangers was why so many of us enjoy sports. The sheer excitement, the drama, the edge or your seat suspense was all incredible. Then the sudden unexpected conclusion with the walk off home run in the bottom of the 11th inning off the bat of St Louis hometown boy David Freese made for a memorable evening I’ll not soon forget.

I was jumping up and down mad in the bottom of the tenth inning when Rangers Manager Ron Washington made the correct call and decided to intentionally walk Albert Pujols. By most people’s estimation Pujols is the games best player and after only 11 years in the big leagues is considered a sure Hall of Famer. So here he was stepping to the plate with two out and a runner on 2nd, bottom of the 10th inning and his team trailing by a run. With Pujols facing free agency in the off-season and possibly in his last at-bat as a Cardinal the situation was absolutely delicious. But Washington took that taste right out of my mouth. Of course, I know it was the right thing for him to do. But karma can be a bitch sometimes. By taking away the drama of Pujols either being the hero or the goat (though the final out would hardly qualify him as the goat) Washington had the baseball Gods come back and slap him. Lance Berkman hit a double tying the game, and of course the Cardinals went on the win it and force tonight’s game seven.

As wonderful as last nights game was I will not call it the Best World Series game, or game 6, I’ve ever personally witnessed. Heck, it’s not even 2nd best. My BEST, and the best of so many other people, is the 12 inning Boston Red Sox win over the Big Red MachineCincinnati Reds, in 1976. I was only 12 years old but I still remember how exhilarating it was to watch. Of course, like so many others Carlton Fisk became one of my favorites, one of my heroes, with his home run the he willed fair with hand, hip and heart. It was beautiful.

And who can forget the 1986 Game 6 win of the New York Mets over the Boston Red Sox, the night I became convinced there really was a CURSE. People forget that the final Bill Buckner between the legs whiff was only the last of a series of Red Sox gaffes that enable the Mets to come back from the brink of losing the World Series to eventually winning it.

Of course in 1976 The Big Red Machine won Game 7 and the World Series cementing their legacy as one of the greatest teams ever. The Mets won Game 7 in 1986. How could they not? So what’s going to happen tonight? Based on history, there’s no telling. But I like the chances of the Cardinals. I’ll be watching. That’s for sure.

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