David Von Pein <davevonp...
> TONY MARSH SAID:
> >>> "Who said the floor-laying crew was on the sixth floor at the time of the
> >>> shooting? A professional team would have spotters and lookouts to make
> >>> sure they wouldn't be disturbed." <<<
> You're the one who said there were "hundreds" of workers on the sixth
> floor, not me. (Hyperbolic though your comment might have been.)
> It would have been hard to hide from "hundreds" of guys, wouldn't
> it? :-)
Oh but David, don't you see? All of them except for the known TSBD
employees were shooters. We've had it wrong all this time. There weren't
three shots fired at the motorcade. There were three-HUNDRED shots fired
at the motorcade. The first 100 shots were all fired simultaneously after
the limo turned the corner. No wonder it was so loud and no wonder all
those echoes fooled so many people into believing those shots came from
the knoll and the underpass and the railroad yards and the Dal-Tex and so
forth. It's a wonder only Tague was hit, but that's because although
their coordination was superb, their aim was atrocious. But with more
superb superhuman coordination the second group of 100 shooters (yes, they
did it as sort of a tag team) fired all their rifles with pinpoint
accuracy at exactly Z222. But while all these guys were fabulous in their
timing, they weren't so snazzy with their aim, as the vast majority of
them couldn't hit a donkey at ten feet, and only two of them hit anyone in
the limo; one shooter hit JFK and the other hit JBC. So this clears it up
at long last after more than 48 years: there was no freakin' single
bullet. Then of course the last 100 shooters took their places at the
windows, and once again, almost as if it had been preordained by Ye Powers
That Be, they all fired at exactly Z312. But sadly, 98 of them were even
worse shots than the first and second groups. But two of them found their
mark. Well, one on purpose and one accidentally. One of these two, whom
we shall call John, got JFK directly in the back of the head. The other,
whom we shall call Anthony, aimed a tad high and missed JFK...but the
bullet ricocheted off the inside of the windshield (hence the dent in the
photos) and hit the front of JFK's head.
Now as to why so few witnesses noticed 300 shooters, that's simply because
quite a few of the idjits fired out of the rear windows of the TSBD toward
the parking lot. They were a bit confused as to which side of the
building their target would be on. And the regular TSBD employees didn't
mention all these shooters on the 6th floor because who's gonna tattle on
300 folks with rifles pointing atcha?
Oh sorry, C&C warning.
> And Tony knows full well that no strangers were seen by any TSBD
> workers on the upper floors of the building on Nov. 22. The only
> stranger noticed by anybody was the old geezer who used the restroom
> on the first floor and was seen leaving in a car shortly thereafter.
> I can only wonder how a team of professional gunmen and "spotters"
> worked their way, unnoticed, up to the 6th floor in order to start
> playing their "Let's Frame Oswald As The Patsy" game?
Especially 300 of them. But you know, that's also why Victoria Adams et
al didn't report them as thundering down the back stairs after the
shooting because, again, who's gonna cause any trouble with 300 men and
women (yes, there were some female shooters too; this is a new revelation
from a document that was just declassified earlier today by the CIA, and a
scan of it was sent to me today as an email attachment by one of my fellow
spooks) who all have rifles waving around?
The final revelation in this document is how they all got out of the
building unnoticed by the crowd outside. It's really quite simple: they
had already dug a hole in the first floor, and they waited for all the
bystanders to run over to the grassy knoll and then they just snuck out
through the sewer.
All 300 of them.
They later emerged in Oak Cliff, but by that time their patsy had already
accidentally shot an officer.
Well, you can't expect everything to have gone right, can you?