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    They have to be kidding... but I don't think they are...

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    They have to be kidding... but I don't think they are...

    Post by greg parker on Thu 17 Jan 2013, 11:23 am

    There are more than a couple calling for Jim Fetzer to be the face and the voice representing the WC critics for the 50th.

    Here's one reason that should not happen:

    Posted 29 May 2012 - 10:22 PM
    Lee Farley, on 29 May 2012 - 07:22 PM, said:
    Ralph Cinque, on 29 May 2012 - 03:35 PM, said:
    I would like to share with the members a new comparison between Oswald and Doorman. In this one, we see on Oswald the very prominent fold-over of his outer shirt on his left side, and it certainly makes it thick and wide. We can see the same on Doorman except only at the bottom. The top of the shirt on his left is blocked by the presence of Black Tie Man. As you may recall, I believe that Black Tie Man was placed there precisely to cover up the distinctive form of Oswald's shirt on that side. And even if you dispute that, you do have to admit that Oswald's shirt is most unusual on that side, with the collar, the lapel, and the button loop coming off the lapel. Can you at least admit that if we saw the same formation on Doorman's shirt that the debate would be over? Or perhaps I should say that it never would have gotten started.

    The contours of the line of the face look well matched. They look well matched across the eyes. Where they do not look well-matched is the hairline. That is definitely Lovelady's hairline and balding pattern, which I believe they moved there, replacing Oswald's.

    But here's the piece-de-resistance: the ears. Look how well those ears match. And you know how ears have been compared to fingerprints.The size, the shape, the angle, the location, the amount of flare all match perfectly. Lovelady's right ear hung lower, as you can see below. That really was Oswald in the doorway.





    Let me get this one straight?

    They left Oswald's shirt in place but covered the collar by inserting a whole person into the photo to cover it up?

    They left Oswald's face and ears in place but they put Billy Lovelady's hair on top to hide him?

    This was done in the mobile photo processing van? Wow!

    And they got away with this until the "genius" that is Ralph Cinque came along with his magnifying glass?

    God give me strength!

    Greg Parker said: My own painstaking pseudo scientific study shows that WITHOUT A DOUBT, Oswald was arrested wearing a clownish hat 10 sizes too small and worn at a jaunty angle. It proves CONCLUSIVELY that it was not Oswald in the Altgens. To deny the sheer genius of this analysis would be an insult to pseudo science and pseudo scientists the world over. Here is one example of a letter of support from a fellow pseudo-scientist:



    Hello Dr Parker,

    Thank you for allowing me a sneak peek at your wonderful study of Lee Harvey Oswald and his clown hat. It is amazing to me that this has been missed by everyone until now, and having had a visit to this "ed Forum" , it seems to me, it is the perfect place to present your findings. I note the quality of pseudo science on offer there is astoundingly high, and almost as rigorous as your own.


    best regards,
    Dr Waldo Mole-Khul

    Dr Fetzer not only took this seriously, but was aghast when Lee Farley said he would present this study to the Royal Society in London instead of his own (the Fetzer-Cinque) "study". I am unable to provide a link to all this however because it has been deleted from the Ed Forum. I was only able to get this through cashe.

    Here is another reason:
    http://www.oswald-innocent.com/

    There is nothing and no-one that is too far out for Fetzer to support. The real litmus test to gain his presence is how much publicity he can wring out of it for himself.

    FWIW,

    If an election were held to vote in critical community representatives, I would go with a Stone-Hancock ticket. Stone because he can get the media attention and Larry not only because he is vastly knowledgeable, but because he represents a good contrast to Stone; conservative, down-to-earth, even-tempered. But I would not leave it at that. I would also want a small team of researchers helping out in the background, and those slots could be filled by any of quite a few.




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    Re: They have to be kidding... but I don't think they are...

    Post by Guest on Fri 18 Jan 2013, 1:10 am

    Too funny!! What the?

    I would vote for a DiEugenio/Douglass ticket as an add-on to Stone/Hancock. Jim D has been at it for so long, and given tons of interviews, he's a natural for concisely presenting the cardinal arguments, with passion. And James Douglass has managed to tap into a mainstream readership with "Unspeakable"- portraying the why of it moreso than the how. We'll be ironing out the how for the next 25 years.

    If one essay could be read in public, I'd vote for Vince Salandria's "The JFK Assassination: A False Mystery Concealing State Crimes". Simply the best.

    And don't overlook Vince Palamara- the world's foremost expert on the Secret Service, with plenty of public performances under his belt.

    I look forward to the 51st even moreso than the 50th. And 52nd. 'Cause the thought police will use up all their ammo on the 50th.

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    Re: They have to be kidding... but I don't think they are...

    Post by greg parker on Fri 18 Jan 2013, 7:16 am

    I would vote for a DiEugenio/Douglass ticket as an add-on to Stone/Hancock.

    I wouldn't argue with that. Each team could cover half the country.

    I look forward to the 51st even moreso than the 50th. And 52nd. 'Cause the thought police will use up all their ammo on the 50th.

    Yes, but will anyone still be listening?

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    Re: They have to be kidding... but I don't think they are...

    Post by Guest on Sat 19 Jan 2013, 3:44 am

    I'd like to see Bill Simpich's work gain a wider audience..

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    Re: They have to be kidding... but I don't think they are...

    Post by greg parker on Sat 19 Jan 2013, 8:00 am

    Lee David Farley wrote:I'd like to see Bill Simpich's work gain a wider audience..

    Yeah. Me too. Definitely someone I'd have in the research slots - and maybe making an occasional appearance with the "faces".

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    Re: They have to be kidding... but I don't think they are...

    Post by Frankie Vegas on Tue 29 Jan 2013, 8:50 am

    Ha ha! Jaunty.

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    Re: They have to be kidding... but I don't think they are...

    Post by greg parker on Tue 29 Jan 2013, 9:06 am

    Frankie Vegas wrote:Ha ha! Jaunty.

    Jaunty Cap
    A stylish cap or hat worn with panache at an askew or cheeky angle. Frequently seen on fashionistas, celebrities, hobos and/or homosexuals.

    My that is a jaunty cap that you're wearing.
    You certainly are wearing that cap at a jaunty angle, would you care to dance?

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Jaunty%20Cap

    Oswald was a closet ho.... bo...

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    Re: They have to be kidding... but I don't think they are...

    Post by Frankie Vegas on Tue 29 Jan 2013, 8:01 pm

    The use of that word in any sentence guarantees it will be fabulous!

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    Re: They have to be kidding... but I don't think they are...

    Post by greg parker on Tue 29 Jan 2013, 8:17 pm

    Absolutely!

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    Re: They have to be kidding... but I don't think they are...

    Post by Frankie Vegas on Wed 13 Feb 2013, 7:25 pm

    As for Dr, Fetzer. No No No!!
    I just know he will be trotted out at some point by the msm, but how anyone can take him seriously is beyond me. The fact that he believes no planes hit the twin towers should prove to everyone that he should not be the face of the 50th - but I guess thats exactly why the msm will choose him...

    (I haven't much looked into 9/11, but do believe there was a conspiracy/negligence on behalf of the US Govt. I do however think that there were planes.)

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