On Jul 22, 11:36 pm, curtjester1 hotmail.com> wrote:
> On Jul 21, 6:37 pm, burb2...@yahoo.com
>> IF Arnold Rowland's WC testimony can be taken as accurate AND he claims to
>> have seen SOMEONE in the SOUTHWEST corner WINDOW on 6TH at 12:15>>>could
>> that not be LHO HIMSELF?
>> And, if yes, doesn't that narrow the window re: his whereabouts vis-a- vis
>> Givens and other testimonies?
>> Thx bunchly!
> Check out Howard Roffman's 'Presumed Guilty' online, chapter 8.
> I do think it's possible to believe in LHO on the sixth floor if one
> consider's the two Oswald theory,
What a bargain, two employees for the price of one.
> and having both in the TSBD at the same
> time. Most would scoff at that, but I do think it would be possible for
> Judyth Baker's scenario via the phone call she received before the
> assassination that LHO might be used to take one warning shot (the missed
Very sporting of Oz to give a warning shot, followed by the two
deadly serious ones.
> and if so, could have gone down the stairs in time to go through
> Mrs. Reid's office. I say that because LHO in her sight was wearing just
> a white shirt, just like what was seen on the sixth floor, and the TSBD
> worker LHO was only seen with his ong brown spackled shirt.
Who said they saw Oz working in the brown shirt that day?
> Then there is LHO's testimony that he was "with Shelley" and the picture
> of the TSBD's doorway shows what many consider a TSBD employee Lovelady in
> the doorway, but is acknowledged in some testimony as sitting down during
> the assassination.
Maybe two Loveladys also. Screw Occam.
> Anyway, with Mrs. Arnold's testimony of seeing LHO
> late in before she went out to see the parade,
Yah, another witness placing Oz inside the building the shots were
fired from. CT seem to think this affords him an alibi.
> and the impossible
> of having one descend from the sixth floor (past an unseeing
> set of employees in the stairwell) plus all the details the gunman would
> have had to taken care of on the sixth floor; that it would have been
> highly improbable if not impossible to meet Baker and Truly on the second
> floor, when TSBD Oswald was in there (with his brown shirt).
I remember reading that Baker dropped his bike, then re-righted it and
set it up. Ran to the door of the TSBD. Stopped to ask some people there
how to get to the roof. By that time Truly came in after him and took him
to the elevators. They called for the elevators to be released, and
waited, then decided to ascend. When I was Oz`s age, I would have been on
my second coke before Baker arrived.