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To: mlo
Oswald was never seen in the 6th floor by anyone, he wasn't there. He was seen by witnesses in the building where he would not have been able to move from the 6th floor down to where he was found moments after.

In fact, the motorcylce policeman was urged to change his testimony for the WC (probably intimidated with a threat), I believe his first account, not the 2nd.

***Who says Oswald can't be placed in the crime scene? Oswald worked there. He was seen there. He admitted being there.***

“Taque’s book was interesting, not to mention that Oswald can not ‘physically’ be placed in the crime scene, some of the earliest basic evidence provided by people in the depository and the motorcycle policeman show that.”

179 posted on 02/04/2009 3:51:27 PM PST by msnpatriot
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To: msnpatriot
"Oswald was never seen in the 6th floor by anyone, he wasn't there. He was seen by witnesses in the building where he would not have been able to move from the 6th floor down to where he was found moments after."

Myth. He was able to get to the break room from the sixth floor in time. This has been demonstrated by recreations.

He was working on that floor. There finger and palm prints on the rifle and the boxes that place him there.

The policeman didn't change his story in any way that would make a material difference.

183 posted on 02/04/2009 4:00:39 PM PST by mlo
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