On 9/3/2012 10:41 AM, John Reagor King wrote:
Why the cover-up to protect The Three Stooges?
> there's no better than a 50/50 chance that he did. I also think there is
> no better than a 50/50 chance that he even actively participated in this
> speculation. O'Neill simply indicated that several unnamed persons
> engaged in this speculation, not necessarily that every single person
So you think there were hundreds of unrelated people in the autopsy room
and Humes was unaware of what they were saying? Why the cover-up?
> present did. Humes may have simply listened to the speculation, but not
> added to it, either to agree or disagree. With no witness to the autopsy
> besides O'Neill (at least that I have yet located) claiming that *anyone*
> talked about an ice bullet, and with him being so vague about exactly who
> initiated this speculation, and exactly who participated in the subsequent
> discussion of it, it is difficult for me to make much out of this.
O'Neill called the FBI lab and asked them if an ice bullet was even
possible. Did you interview every FBI agent in the lab to find out about
that phone call?
> Of course at least I now know where the ice bullet myth originates from,
> although in the recent discussion I had here with another poster about
> that, a poster who now seems to have disappeared, the ice bullet was being
> proposed (not by me, naturally) for the bullet wound in the front of the
> throat. Among the problems raised with that by me and others in that
That came from Mythbusters, who can only debunk some myth by lying about
it. The are professional liars and extremely well paid for it.
YOU are the one who started the claim that the ice bullet myth started
with the conspiracy believers. Because you can never win an argument
with facts. Now you know better. But you still think you have to
participate in the cover-up to protect the WC. If you don't, those damn
dirty Communists will take over and destroy the purity of your precious
> thread, would be how the gunman would keep the ice frozen long enough,
> since there was no possible way of knowing in advance the precise time the
> motorcade would pass, and also how to keep the ice bullet from shattering
> from the force needed to fire it out of the gun with sufficient velocity
> to actually cause an injury in the victim. ;-)
Why haven't you watched the Mythbusters episode? Too squeamish?
An ice bullet does not have to kill. It can paralyze if you include that
agent in the mix.
> This brings me back round to O'Neill. Though he doesn't specifically say
> so, I'm wondering if some of these same objections weren't raised when
> this novel explanation was raised at the autopsy, and thus that the
> speculation, being discussed for maybe a few minutes only, was then
> rejected on this basis, given that the problems noted above would apply
> equally to the back entry.
Why did O'Neil bother calling the FBI lab when everyone knows it is