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Post by Guest on Thu 02 Oct 2014, 2:54 pm

When someone claims only Lee Harvey Oswald was in the Texas School Book Depository alone, I suggest your remind them of largely unmentioned evidence:

At least four other men were as well. They all had access to the same areas, and perhaps one of them unlike Oswald had feasibly practiced. The Commission evidence offers separate people opportunities. 

Jack Dougherty was formerly in the military. Dougherty in his original statement offered he was alone on the fifth floor. i. 

Eddie Piper was on the first floor observing the motorcade. ii. Yet all of his statements considered together are inconsistent. 

Steven Wilson was alone and watched the motorcade. iii. 

Troy West had lunch and coffee alone in the Depository.iv. 

Additionally consider the possibility someone was able to enter and exit unseen as Oswald did. 

Commissions findings ignore the contending facts. No consistent timeline is based upon most evidence. Officials presume Oswald is guilty and do not require other suspects. 

i. Hearings of the President's Commission, Volume XXII, Commission Exhibit 1381, Statement of Jack Edwin Dougherty, p. 645 

ii. Ibid, Statement of Eddie Piper, p. 668

iii. Ibid, Statement of Steven Wilson, p. 684

iv. Hearings of the Pres. Com, Volume VI, Testimony of Troy West, pp. 357-362 

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