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Post by Guest on Tue 06 May 2014, 6:53 am

I've always considered this a particularly fascinating piece of testimony, so I'll toss it out here and let's see where this goes.

Gordon Arnold tells a well known story about his activities right at 12:30. And, one of the most interesting parts of his story, is about the moments immediately after the shooting.

Mr. Arnold says he was "practically accosted" by a police officer who demanded his film.

Mr. Arnold says the officer was crying, that there was moisture coming from his eyes.

Many people have interpreted Mr. Arnold's story to indicate that this "police officer" (who may or may not have been a genuine DPD police officer) was somehow involved in the assassination, and therefore a conspiracy.

However, I'm interested in the "crying" part.

What would make a police officer (or a trained assassin) "cry"?

I'm thinking.... allergies?

Has anyone carefully considered the weather situation in Dallas that day? Was there anything "in the air"? Some kind of, ... I dunno... pollen or something?

I live in the Los Angeles area, and after the last earthquake we had a problem with "mold spores" that were released out of the ground by the quake, they apparently flew up into the air a few feet, and there were a lot of people who came down with a set of allergy-like conditions with a common and prominent symptom that could easily be described as "crying" - moisture from the eyes...

Are we aware of any officers (or, perhaps others - like even a Chuckie Nicoletti or someone), with known allergy conditions of the type that might precipitate an episode of "crying"?

If, say, the person were stuck behind a rifle scope for a few minutes?

What are you thinking?

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Re: the crying cop

Post by Redfern on Tue 06 May 2014, 7:26 am

Gordon Arnold's story is nonsense.

So too, I believe, are those of Oliver, Hoffman and Tilson....

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Post by Terry W. Martin on Tue 06 May 2014, 12:12 pm

Recalling that there was no earthquake - except for the metaphysical type - in Dallas that day and it was autumn (wrong season for pollen), I cannot think of any allergic reaction the fellow might have had.

Unless, of course, he was allergic to BS like so many people.

Maybe his eyes were affected by a whiff of grapeshot from yon grassy knoll?

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Post by Stan Dane on Tue 06 May 2014, 12:50 pm

terlin wrote:Recalling that there was no earthquake - except for the metaphysical type - in Dallas that day and it was autumn (wrong season for pollen), I cannot think of any allergic reaction the fellow might have had.

Unless, of course, he was allergic to BS like so many people.

Maybe his eyes were affected by a whiff of grapeshot from yon grassy knoll?
LOL!

Bob Mould tends to agree that this stuff about mold is nonsense. He wrote a song "Stop your crying."
 

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Re: the crying cop

Post by greg parker on Tue 06 May 2014, 1:23 pm

Boy, you guys are tough markers.

I'm always wary of latecomers like Arnold and would never dream of using him to support any theory - but nor would I dismiss him out of hand. His background shows nothing that would indicate he was not an upright citizen.

And I am sure I've had hay fever in autumn
http://www.livescience.com/8728-allergies-worse-autumn.html

especially when I haven't shaved for a while - and shaving fixes it.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2018743/Strange-health-tips-Shave-moustache-beat-hay-fever-.html

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Re: the crying cop

Post by Guest on Fri 16 May 2014, 12:32 am

Redfern wrote:Gordon Arnold's story is nonsense.

So too, I believe, are those of Oliver, Hoffman and Tilson....

Well.... okay, I'll bite. Why?

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Re: the crying cop

Post by Redfern on Fri 16 May 2014, 3:55 am

nonsqtr wrote:
Redfern wrote:Gordon Arnold's story is nonsense.

So too, I believe, are those of Oliver, Hoffman and Tilson....

Well.... okay, I'll bite. Why?
Because the stories presented by these people appeared years later, were on the face of it most unlikely and did not match known photographic evidence or eyewitness accounts.

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