Newsgroups: alt.assassination.jfk, alt.conspiracy.jfk
From: curtjester1 <curtjest...@hotmail.com>
Date: 11 Oct 2012 22:45:54 -0400
Local: Thurs, Oct 11 2012 10:45 pm
Subject: Re: Battling Another CTer (Re: "Reclaiming History")
On Oct 11, 11:05 am, Bud <sirsl...@fast.net> wrote:
> On Oct 10, 4:15 pm, curtjester1 <curtjest...@hotmail.com> wrote:True.
> > On Oct 8, 9:03 pm, John Reagor King <caeru...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > > This is similar to me. I'm still waiting, and waiting, and waiting for
> > First, most people wouldn't get involved with such a question. What does
> It wouldn`t "prove" anything.
It would indicate a single shooting
> location/direction.It may, but it might also suggest different spots as their answers are
sometimes too general possibly to indicate a precise spot. Like I said
the TSBD could be the west window or the east window, and it's also close
to the Dal-Tex bulding or the part of the GK closeer to the TSBD. SO, it
in essence is chasing after tohe wind, with is the gist of my contention
for bringing up the topic.
> > What is meant by direction?See above
> It means from where the person was to where the person thought the
> > You mean from one building or next
> Many indicated a particular building.
> > How about within one building but different places?IF they do, are they part of the shot that people are describing? Is an
> > Now a real question is, why didn't they ask questions about the sounding
> > of the shots? Jean Hill offered that the shots she heard sounded like it
> > came from two different weapons.
> Echoes sound different than the shot.
echo different than say a backfire? Is a backfire a shot, or were they
from vehicles at the time of the shooting? What about 'firecrackers'?
Are they shots, backfires, echos, or real firecrackers? They were
described a lot.
> > Maybe it was a conspiracy not to ask suchBecause more penetrating questions may have ensued, and possible more
> > a necessary question, eh?
> Why would such a question be necessary?
firing experts could come in and way in on what distinguishes sound in
> >Two different sounding weapons would mean deathYes, but if enough were asked and they came up with different sounds
> > for a Lone Gunman theory, wouldn't it?
> Of course not. When a witness offers what something sound like, or
for shots on a more regular basis, wouldn't you think conclusions
could possibly be made?
> > I surely would have asked it theNot necessarily as i wouldn't dismss the people that heard 2 shots because
> > sounds of firecrackers or backfires were thought of to be shots. And too
> > when some answers are so ambiguous like the west side of the GK or the
> > west side of the TSBD, couldn't it be thought of two different places as
> > the areas are so close together? And what about the people that heard two
> > shots? Are their directions more likely to be off, since the questioner
> > likes a 3 shot theory?
> Aren`t you likely to dismiss any information that supports a three
maybe that's all they heard, or they weren't capable of picking up lesser
sounding fire that some others might have been able to pick out. And how
would one know that 3 bigger sounding shots might have been a plan for the
shooting teams say to use so the lesser fired weapons wouldn't be picked
up? Or even silencers.
> > And shouldn't the questioners ask about their gunI believe if correct he was just arriving which was close enough for him
> > abilities when taking an oath? I believe A.J. Millican and Brennan's
> > boss, Speaker were way off offering so many bullets when positioned
> > between the two places that received the most consideration,
> Speaker wasn`t even in Dealey Plaza.> when they did
to make his strong opinion made. Sandy Speaker and A.J. Millican were
interviewed or their interviews were referenced in Crossfire by Marrs.
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