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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kirk » Mon May 03, 2010 6:54 pm

Yeah, it is kind of hard to tell completely because it could be an optical illusion because of how the picture was taken, and that the boxes appear to be larger because they are closer to the camera. But it is logical to assume that not all school books are the same in subject and size, and that therefore the boxes could be different as well, and maybe large enough to hold a rifle or rifles, ammunintion, telescopes, binoculars, clothes and maybe disguises as well.
Kim Huisman wrote: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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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby kenmurray » Mon May 03, 2010 6:55 pm

Then we have the mystery of the elderly negro:

http://elderlynegro.freehomepage.com/custom.html
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kim Huisman » Mon May 03, 2010 7:00 pm

Kirk wrote:Yeah, it is kind of hard to tell completely because it could be an optical illusion because of how the picture was taken, and that the boxes appear to be larger because they are closer to the camera. But it is logical to assume that not all schools are the same in subject and size, and that therefore the boxes could be different as well, and maybe large enough to hold a rifle or rifles, ammunintion, telescopes, binoculars, clothes and maybe disguises as well.
Kim Huisman wrote: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)


it was just a first opinion.. :)
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kim Huisman » Mon May 03, 2010 7:02 pm

and as i remember, prisoners next to the TSBD saw a black man as well..

a while ago, i found a picture on the internet, it was a .gif document, which showed a puff off smoke coming out of the snipers nest from the TSBD showing ppl in the window, ever since i found it, i failed to find it again
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Dealey Joe » Mon May 03, 2010 7:18 pm

Kim Huisman wrote:
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)


Johnson was a leach and a con man
he was used by the power behind the throne.
He was well aware that the hit was possibly coming down.
The shooter from behind was in the Dal Tex building.

I believe one thing for sure is it didn't come down as planned.
The CIA called the hit off. The Maffia decided to go ahead and do it,
so there may have been more and different shooters originally intended.

From there on it was just a commedy of errors
Oswald was never supposed to get out of the TSBD alive under the original plans.
I think it is the reason it is so hard to decipher what happened with Oswald and Tippit.

Another thing Oak Cliff was full of Anti-Castro Cubans and LHO was in the middle of that.
On & On
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kirk » Mon May 03, 2010 7:23 pm

understood :)

it was just a first opinion.. :)[/quote]
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kirk » Mon May 03, 2010 7:34 pm

Dealey Joe,

I pretty much agree with you on the Dal Tex Building as at least being the position of the actual fatal shots from the back. I do believe that shots were fired or even blanks from the TSBD building though. I think it was a requirement at the very least to make it look real. I agree also that Oswald was not only a patsy, but a patsy that had to go quietly and quickly. I am not sure about the called off aspect of the CIA, and that the Mafia just went on.
The whole scenario where Tosh Plumlee flys people in to abort a mission seems very suspect to me, even if Plumlee comes across as credible, which he does for the most part.

First, who in the CIA called it off? Second, they had phones? Third, why cut it so close being that it was so important? Phillips apparently could call it off at any time, so just tell Phillips would be the prudent thing. Seems like word would have gotten out as well down the line, and all the odd characters would not be there to just watch JFK go by in a parade. I think the called story is pure fiction. Maybe to ease guilt, or protect.
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kim Huisman » Mon May 03, 2010 7:44 pm

Dealey Joe wrote:
Kim Huisman wrote:
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)


Johnson was a leach and a con man
he was used by the power behind the throne.
He was well aware that the hit was possibly coming down.
The shooter from behind was in the Dal Tex building.

I believe one thing for sure is it didn't come down as planned.
The CIA called the hit off. The Maffia decided to go ahead and do it,
so there may have been more and different shooters originally intended.

From there on it was just a commedy of errors
Oswald was never supposed to get out of the TSBD alive under the original plans.
I think it is the reason it is so hard to decipher what happened with Oswald and Tippit.

Another thing Oak Cliff was full of Anti-Castro Cubans and LHO was in the middle of that.
On & On



ok ok i know this story, its what james files tells right..
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Dealey Joe » Mon May 03, 2010 7:47 pm

Is there something wrong with James Files story?
Please tell me a better one.
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kim Huisman » Mon May 03, 2010 7:54 pm

Dealey Joe wrote:Is there something wrong with James Files story?
Please tell me a better one.



no, im sorry, i'm not always with tact sorry :oops:
well, i think it's an option..
but the thing is, i saw and read so much about the assassination, we got a saying here in holland; dan zie je door de bomen het bos niet meer, just too much info, too much theories..

i think the james files theory (in my opinion a theory) is a plausible one.. :)
a while ago, i read the crazies theory ever..
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby kenmurray » Mon May 03, 2010 8:19 pm

Kim, THIS is the craziest theory ever as far has the JFK murder goes:

http://www.history-matters.com/essays/f ... agical.htm

http://www.jfklancer.com/hunt/phantom.htm
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Dealey Joe » Mon May 03, 2010 8:29 pm

Kim
Theories are things that we know works but we can't prove it.
There to me are different areas of knowledge.

Things we accept as being true
Things that are most likely to be true
Things the might be true
Things that are not likely true
things we accept as not being true

I believe James Files has at the very least proven himself to be more than Most likely true.
there are no holes in his story, he has been attacked and examined by the best.
So I place him in the accepted as true category.

until some of us truth seekers decide to accept some things as being true we will make no headway.
we have no foundation to build on.

i also totally believe Roger Craig

most all other witnesses are in the Not likely or less.

that gives us a great base to build on.

There are so many things we will never know and a lot of things we discuss that don't matter
but it is interesting to see if we can figure them out a bit.
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Bob » Mon May 03, 2010 10:05 pm

Good discussion folks. For more threads on Malcolm Wallace, go to the search box and type in Mac Wallace. Lots of information and posts.
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby Kim Huisman » Tue May 04, 2010 6:36 am

kenmurray wrote:Kim, THIS is the craziest theory ever as far has the JFK murder goes:

http://www.history-matters.com/essays/f ... agical.htm

http://www.jfklancer.com/hunt/phantom.htm



Besides the magic bullet theory i mean :)
The theory i mean, is that J.D. Tippit was 'badgeman'.
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Re: Malcolm Wallace

Postby kenmurray » Tue May 04, 2010 12:23 pm

Kim Huisman wrote:
kenmurray wrote:Kim, THIS is the craziest theory ever as far has the JFK murder goes:

http://www.history-matters.com/essays/f ... agical.htm

http://www.jfklancer.com/hunt/phantom.htm



Besides the magic bullet theory i mean :)
The theory i mean, is that J.D. Tippit was 'badgeman'.


Kim, I agree with that. Tippit was doing other strange things before he was killed.

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