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Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kim Huisman » Mon May 03, 2010 5:27 pm

I dont know if there was a topic on Malcolm Wallace cause im new to this forum, so i started one..

Could Malcolm Wallace be the sniper in the TSBD?
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kirk » Mon May 03, 2010 5:42 pm

Kim,

I think he has been discussed on the forum a few times, and I think that much else the jury is still out on him. What I have picked up on is that you can put a name or a subject in the search at the top of the forum, and it will pickup all the times the name or phrase has been used. This has helped me some to back track, and catch up as well. Oh, Welcome to the forum. I am not in the league with most of the people on here when it comes to knowledge etc., but it has been very informative, and impressive to follow the work of others.

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Kim Huisman wrote:I dont know if there was a topic on Malcolm Wallace cause im new to this forum, so i started one..

Could Malcolm Wallace be the sniper in the TSBD?
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kim Huisman » Mon May 03, 2010 5:46 pm

ok, ive searched, but haven't seen my question on here.. so.. :)

i repeat my question.. lol
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kirk » Mon May 03, 2010 5:49 pm

True, I did the check myself, and no luck. Maybe I saw in another forum. Sorry
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i repeat my question.. lol
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kim Huisman » Mon May 03, 2010 5:55 pm

haha it's ok.. , still my question stands.. so you dont got a clue? lol
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Bob » Mon May 03, 2010 5:56 pm

First off, forgive me for my tardiness and welcome to the forum Kim. Secondly, Malcolm Wallace has been talked about quite a bit in this forum. I don't see him as a shooter on the 6th floor of the TSBD, but more as a person that planted bogus material to frame LHO. Thirdly, as per usual, Kirk (the Captain) brings up an excellent point. This goes for all forum members, but is especially helpful for new members. That is...use the search box on the upper right portion of the forum page to search for any subject matter. It is VERY helpful.
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Dealey Joe » Mon May 03, 2010 6:02 pm

Kim welcome.
firstly I don't think there were anyshots from the TSBD.

It does seem the evidence points to Wallace being there.

maybe to plant evidence but
i think more as LBJ's eyepiece
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kim Huisman » Mon May 03, 2010 6:05 pm

Bob wrote:First off, forgive me for my tardiness and welcome to the forum Kim. Secondly, Malcolm Wallace has been talked about quite a bit in this forum. I don't see him as a shooter on the 6th floor of the TSBD, but more as a person that planted bogus material to frame LHO. Thirdly, as per usual, Kirk (the Captain) brings up an excellent point. This goes for all forum members, but is especially helpful for new members. That is...use the search box on the upper right portion of the forum page to search for any subject matter. It is VERY helpful.
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ok, could be, but as i can remember, ive read somewhere, that his fingerprint was found on a carboard box, IN the snipersnest, and fingerprint on carboard doesnt hold so long, so he was there within the minutes the shot took place, and the print was found.. could be for planting evidence, but he was a 'hitman' for LBJ, that counts, in my opinion :)
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Bob » Mon May 03, 2010 6:07 pm

I'll be more specific. A witness saw two men on the 6th floor of the TSBD. The speculation about the two men were that they were possibly David Morales, the man who also looked like the man driving the Rambler station wagon after the shooting (and picked up LHO according to Roger Craig), and Richard Cain. However, Cain also looked a lot like Mac Wallace, who had a fingerprint found near the snipers nest. In addition, Wallace was a close range hitman for LBJ, not a long range sniper type, at least according to his modus operandi.
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kim Huisman » Mon May 03, 2010 6:08 pm

Dealey Joe wrote:Kim welcome.
firstly I don't think there were anyshots from the TSBD.

It does seem the evidence points to Wallace being there.

maybe to plant evidence but
i think more as LBJ's eyepiece


i think LBJ is in this over his head..
but where do u think the shots came from joe? :) (besides the grassy knoll)
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kirk » Mon May 03, 2010 6:13 pm

Malcolm Wallace stuff

http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwallaceM.htm

Thanks for the Vote of confidence Bob :D

Talking about fingerprints on boxes reminded me about the boxes themselves. Do you or does any one know, if all the boxes were opened up after the fact? To look for evidence etc. or souvenirs maybe. I was wondering about the sizes of the boxes as well, if they might have varied in size and shape. I have always wondered why the rifle or rifles were not just shipped there in boxes or removed in boxes after the fact.

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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kim Huisman » Mon May 03, 2010 6:16 pm

im familliar with the info you sent me via the link, but thnx anyways..
concerning the boxes, i dont know, but your question sounds logical..
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kim Huisman » Mon May 03, 2010 6:28 pm

right after your question i started searching, up till now all i found was this;

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so your question concerning 'opening the boxes after..' i'd say yes..
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kirk » Mon May 03, 2010 6:32 pm

Thanks Kim,

Agreed that some were opened, and the picture shows some the boxes I believe are different types.
Kim Huisman wrote:right after your question i started searching, up till now all i found was this;

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so your question concerning 'opening the boxes after..' i'd say yes..
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kim Huisman » Mon May 03, 2010 6:45 pm

seems like they are different indeed, the boxes in the front row seem to be larger, and to me it seems like the are stacked in order as well (size by size)
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