Why is the lone gunman theory so hard to believe?(JOKE)

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Why is the lone gunman theory so hard to believe?(JOKE)

Postby John Bruno » Fri Mar 17, 2006 7:05 pm

Well, why is it so hard to believe?
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Postby Billy Boggs » Fri Mar 17, 2006 8:55 pm

Im a armed security guard at a federal court house, I carry a water pistol and wear a pink tu tu for a uniform.

Some fiction is just not believable, at least to some of the more intelligent inhabitence of this planet. If your asking how we can help further the believablility of the lone gunman, forget it!

Lee wouldn not have "Just" shot and killed the president, he would have had to defeat an entire army of Secret Service, FBI, CIA, NSA, Local Police, and the United States Army special unit in charge of security for presidential protection. Do you really believe Lee was that good?
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Re: Why is the lone gunman theory so hard to believe?

Postby dankbaar » Fri Mar 17, 2006 9:58 pm

John Bruno wrote:Well, why is it so hard to believe?


Because there is NO evidence for it whatsoever, and because the available evidence would exonerate Oswald in any court of law and prove the case for more than 2 gunmen and more than 4 shots, basically what the government was forced to conclude too with the House Select Committee on Assassinations.

You could also say it like this: The single bullet THEORY on which the lone gunman THEORY rests, has been disproven on multiple accounts.

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Postby R Croxford » Sat Mar 18, 2006 3:38 am

AMEN!
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Postby John Bruno » Sat Mar 18, 2006 6:43 am

lol!! I got all of you! I'm just joking. I'm a conspiracy believer. I'm new. This is a cool website.

I believe JFK was killed by a conspiracy. I believe 8 gunmen were invovled. I believe the Mafia and the CIA killed JFK. I believe Files was the shooter.
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Postby R Croxford » Sun Mar 19, 2006 4:55 am

Like I said before maybe he is not the shooter but damn that man knows alot of truth about what happened. The fact that the media is ignoring this man is a big clue. He would be dead if he was involved totally. The bullet casing found at the fence is a big bullseye for files case too. did he say that before they found it or after. Wim did files say that before the two guys found it?
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SHELL CASING ON THE GRASSY KNOLL:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sun Mar 19, 2006 7:18 am

Dear Messers. R. Croxford, and John Bruno,

I have just reviewed your email.

I will make copies for Jimmy, and myself.

After the Shell Casing was found, which had unknown indentations on it,
Jimmy said they were his teeth marks, as Jimmy often left "calling cards"
to identify his "hits."

The Official Test Results concluded what nobody figured out, or even
guessed. The marks on the Shell Casing were teeth marks.

Researching the JFK Assassination and all related matters actually requires work. You must read, study, think, analyze, question your own understanding, and then move on even deeper. To function at this level requires talent, and effort, beyond the college level, and possibly at the
level of a Masters, PhD, or Professional Research, Investigation and Writing Skills.

John Bruno, why don't you think that Jimmy Files was the Grassy Knoll shooter ? I had lunch with Jimmy today, before I read your post, but would appreciate your response before I have lunch with Jimmy by mid week, next week. Thank You in advance.

For those that need to be spoon fed at the grade school level, forget it,
and stay with Computer Games.

Respectfully,
Bruce Patrick Brychek.
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Postby dankbaar » Sun Mar 19, 2006 8:15 am

Bruce, John Bruno was joking. It appears he actually believes James was the shooter.

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Postby John Bruno » Sun Mar 19, 2006 4:31 pm

That's right. It was a conspiracy. Too many questions and not enough answers. I believe James Files was the gunman on the Knoll, plus there were 7 other gunmen in Dealey Plaza that day.

Bruce, tell Jimmy I thank him for being so brave and telling us the truth about what really happened on 11/22/63. It's about time someone had the guts to come forward after 40 + years.
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hERE'S ANOTHER dEPO....

Postby Moo Cow » Mon Mar 20, 2006 8:17 pm

DEPOSITION OF JR TODDQ. In regards to Jack Ruby and the assassination of John F. Kennedy? ... Q. Did you know an individual by the name of Benny Binion, BINION? ...
mcadams.posc.mu.edu/russ/m_j_russ/todd.htm - 48k - Cached - Similar pages


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CHARLES HARRELSON.....

Postby Moo Cow » Mon Mar 20, 2006 8:59 pm

Charles Harrelson
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Charles Harrelson mug shot.Charles Voyde Harrelson (born July 23, 1938), is a organized crime-connected freelance hitman. He is the father of actor Woody Harrelson.

Harrelson was sentenced to two life prison sentences after being convicted in 1982 of the May 29, 1979 assassination of John H. Wood, Jr., an American federal judge. Harrelson shot and killed Wood in the parking lot outside of Wood's San Antonio, Texas townhouse, apparently as a favor for a powerful local drug dealer named Jimmy Chagra. Wood had a reputation for handing down long prison sentences for drug offenses and Chagra was scheduled to appear in his courtroom.

Harrelson declared several times (the first time being when he had been apprehended for the Wood shooting) that he had been involved in John F. Kennedy's assassination. Some think he was one of the three tramps arrested on November 22, 1963 in a train near Dealey Plaza, but Dallas Police Department documents made public in 1992 reveal that the three men really were transients with no connection to the assassination.

Prior to the Wood murder, Harrelson was tried for the 1968 killing in Edinburg, Texas of a Hearne grain dealer named Sam Degilia. Famed Texas Ranger Captain Jack Dean investigated the case. Harrelson hired famed Houston criminal attorney Percy Foreman (who had also been counsel for confessed Martin Luther King assassin James Earl Ray) for his defense. Just when it looked liked Harrelson was to be convicted, Foreman sprung a surprise witness on the prosecution. A nightclub singer with a questionable background claimed that she had been with Harrelson at the time of the murder. The trial ended in a hung jury—-11 for conviction, one for acquittal.

Harrelson was retried in 1974 in nearby Brownsville, Texas. Dean was in the courtroom waiting for the nightclub singer to appear, this time with a perjury arrest warrant for her in his pocket. However, she had learned that the Rangers were waiting to arrest her, and quickly fled to Aruba. Without the help of the singer’s testimony, there was no hung jury. Harrelson was found guilty, but sentenced to only 15 years in prison. With time off for good behavior, he was free in five years.

Harrelson was apprehended for the Wood shooting with the aid of an anonymous tip. Harrelson attempted to escape from the Atlanta federal penitentiary in 1996, but failed and was shortly afterward transferred to ADX Florence, the Federal ADX Supermax prison in Florence, Colorado, where he remains. In 1998, after spending 16 years in prison, Harrelson's son, by then a famous actor, acquired high powered attorneys in an attempt to get his father's conviction overturned and secure for him a new trial, but to no avail.

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Postby Moo Cow » Mon Mar 20, 2006 9:03 pm

Harrelson declared several times (the first time being when he had been apprehended for the Wood shooting) that he had been involved in John F. Kennedy's assassination. Some think he was one of the three tramps arrested on November 22, 1963 in a train near Dealey Plaza, but Dallas Police Department documents made public in 1992 reveal that the three men really were transients with no connection to the assassination.


Harrelson declared several times (the first time being when he had been apprehended for the Wood shooting) that he had been involved in John F. Kennedy's assassination. Some think he was one of the three tramps arrested on November 22, 1963 in a train near Dealey Plaza, but Dallas Police Department documents made public in 1992 reveal that the three men really were transients with no connection to the assassination.
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