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Post by Flying Tiger Comics on Mon 27 Jul 2015, 1:38 pm

Has anyone else read this book?

It was very much what I expected, focusing on the 'getting to' rather than the meat of the story, which is a few lines in summary really- if "The Girl on the Stairs" and her fellow female worker at the TSBD were on the stairs at the time they were, and Oswald wasn't, he couldn't have been on the Sixth Floor at the time of the assassination at all.

THere's no reason to think the witness was lying or in error and it is yet another example of Warrenisation of the truth, not to mention the ignoring of witnesses, etc.

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Post by Truthseeker on Sat 28 Nov 2015, 2:29 am

I've read the book and corresponded with the author. The witness even more problematic for the WC and ignored was Dorothy Gardiner, supervisor of Victoria Adams and Sandra Styles. She follow the girls to the stairway and then stayed by the 4th floor landing until she saw Superintendent Roy Truly and a police officer come up the stairs passed her. She never heard or saw anyone come down from the upper floors. It would have been impossible for Oswald to come down from the 6th floor in that timeline in order to be confronted by officer Baker.

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Post by Flying Tiger Comics on Sat 28 Nov 2015, 9:05 am

Such simple little things - and yet in any normal murder case that alone would be enough not only to make it dangerous to convict Oswald but in fact almost certainly lead to his elimination as a suspect.

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Post by Stan Dane on Mon 30 Nov 2015, 5:41 am

Truthseeker wrote:I've read the book and corresponded with the author. The witness even more problematic for the WC and ignored was Dorothy Gardiner, supervisor of Victoria Adams and Sandra Styles. She follow the girls to the stairway and then stayed by the 4th floor landing until she saw Superintendent Roy Truly and a police officer come up the stairs passed her. She never heard or saw anyone come down from the upper floors. It would have been impossible for Oswald to come down from the 6th floor in that timeline in order to be confronted by officer Baker.
Where did Dorothy Garner say she saw Truly and Baker come up the stairs? The Stroud document states Garner said "after Miss Adams went downstairs she (Miss Garner) saw Mr. Truly and the policeman come up." Didn't say how they came up.
 
When Barry Ernest interviewed Dorothy Garner in June 2011, he asked her if she remembered seeing Roy Truly a police officer come up the stairs together. "I could have," she said, "but there was so much confusion. It was, after all, a few years ago!" "Could have" is not that same as "did."

We don't know for sure if Truly and Baker came up the rear stairs. More likely they used the rear west elevator in my opinion. But I'm always open to persuasion, if the persuader has his facts straight.
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