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To: Bommer
I have never been to Dealy Plaza. In fact I have never even been to Texas.

I do know how to read though. I also can see, hear, and think for myself.

I've read, heard, and thought enough in my life to feel confident believing/knowing that it took more than one person to effect what was in essence a political coup in the USA in 1963.

17 posted on 04/19/2008 7:23:48 PM PDT by Radix (Sometimes a post is just a post.)
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To: Radix
Well I do live near Dallas (DFW metroplex) Been to Dealy Plaza many a time, 6th floor mueseum once, and even saw the JFK limo at the Henry Ford Mueseum in Dearborn MI. I know you read alot, but you read alot of crap by idiots that did not look at the assassination from a forensic point of view, only a conpiracy point of view. Their views wouldn't stand up in court (see Jim Garrison, major league corrupt idiot and Oliver Stone hero) He based his case on one eyewitness (Jack Martin) who said he saw Oswald with David Farrie & Clay Shaw planning the assassination. Quite a fear considering the limo route wasn't changed until a day before Kennedy arrived (oh wait, CIA was in on it) Turned out Jack Martin was a liar and recanted his remarks a week before teh trial, but Garrison went on with it anyways!

Look Radix, no matter what forensic proof I show you (and some of it is quite damning) you want to believe our Government wacked him. I'd like to believe it too, but it just didn't happen. Oswald was a nut who desparately wanted attention and he got it...in the worst way. Why he did it? No one knows, but he did.

18 posted on 04/19/2008 7:33:23 PM PDT by Bommer (Hmmm who to vote for? A Far leftist? A Radical Leftist? Or a Republican that enjoys being a Leftist?)
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