***He could have, and did, easily made it to the break room.***
IMO, In the order of ‘garbage’ written on the JFK case here's how I rate them from worst first.
3.Websites repeating the ‘official Story’, some being govt disinformation
4. Of the 2000+ books written there are a few garbage books like Posner & Bugliosi, and others, but the majority are objective (one can tell by how they are written). Most honestly written books on the JFK case usually cover a micro investigation of some facet of the event, or post info. Rarely do they disagree on the basic established facts of the research community which BTW includes liberals & conservatives mutually working towards an answer.
And I do understand that our ‘House’ concluded there was probably a conspiracy in the JFK case, with extreme pressure being put on them to obstruct evidence.
***You need to understand that there's been a lot of garbage written about this case. Just because you can read some stuff in a book doesn't mean it is true. All those conspiracy books make crap up, or repeat old crap that someone else made up. The actual evidence is often completely different than what the conspiracy books tell you it is.***
His rifle, with his prints on it, was found on the sixth floor.
His prints were found on boxes making up the sniper's nest.
A homemade paper bag the right size to conceal the rifle was found on the sixth floor with his prints on it.
He was seen in the window during the shooting by witnesses on the ground. A description based on statements from those witnesses went out over the radio and matched Oswald's description.
He lied about where he was at the time when questioned.
All you are doing is selecting the things you don't want to believe and calling them "garbage", because you don't want to believe them. That's not how to find the truth.
Calling Bugliosi and Posner garbage while calling the majority of the 2,000 others objective just proves the point. There is no reasoning with someone who approaches the case like this.
"And I do understand that our House concluded there was probably a conspiracy in the JFK case, with extreme pressure being put on them to obstruct evidence."
There was no pressue to obstruct evidence.
Regarding the House's conclusion, you better look at it closely. They decided that Oswald fired three shots from the sixth floor, hitting Kennedy and Connally. Exactly as the Warren Commission said. At the very end, based on an isolated and questionable piece of evidence, they tacked on a supposed fourth shot that missed everything and for which there has never been any other evidence.
That extra shot was added based on an acoustic analysis of noise on a DPD radio recording and was later debunked by a panel of the National Academy of Sciences.