Message from discussion Mark Lane #11
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From: John McAdams <john.mcad...@marquette.edu>
Subject: Re: Mark Lane #11
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On 29 May 2012 00:44:08 -0400, Anthony Marsh
>On 5/28/2012 6:02 PM, John McAdams wrote:
>> On 28 May 2012 08:31:18 -0700, Ben Holmes<ad...@burningknife.com>
>>> In the previous quotes, Mark Lane covered the overpass, and the front of the
>>> TBSD, witnesses near the GK fence, witnesses with the limousine, and sheriff
>>> deputies... in the last post he listed Secret Service Agents... now he's moving
>>> "Secret Service agents, Dallas police officers and Dallas County deputy sheriffs
>>> posted here and there around the plaza agreed that the shots seemed to have come
>>>from the knoll. Many officers said that as soon as the shots were fired they ran
>>> directly to the knoll and behind the wooden fence and began to search the area,
>>> some of them passing the Book Depository Building on the way. Lee Bowers
>>> testified that at least 50 law enforcement officers were engaged in searching
>>> the parking lot and the railroad yards behind the fence within minutes of the
>>> assassination, other eyewitnesses confirmed this estimate."
>>> Mark Lane is continuing to demonstrate that witnesses from *all* over Dealey
>>> Plaza were pointing to the Grassy Knoll... and the kooks continue to be unable
>>> to refute these statements of Mark Lane.
>> Only a minority of witnesses who had an opinion about the direction of
>> the shots thought they came from the Grassy Knoll.
>You fudged the numbers and misrepresented what the witnesses said.
>Zapruder told the SS that the position of the assassin was behind him so
>you put Zapruder into the DON'T KNOW category because he didn't agree with
>what you think is the correct answer, the TSBD.
He told the WC that he could not tell, because there was too much
reverberation. He explained that he saw the right side of Kennedy's
head explode, and say people running up to the Knoll, and therefore
assumed the shots came from there.
Mr. LIEBELER - Did you form any opinion about the direction from which
the shots came by the sound, or were you just upset by the thing you
Mr. ZAPRUDER - No, there was too much reverberation. There was an echo
which gave me a sound all over. In other words that square is kind
of--it had a sound all over.
It's good to read witness testimony, Tony.
>> And essentially *nobody* was rushing up to the Knoll until Clyde
>> Haygood -- a motorcycle cop who wasn't in Dealey Plaza when the shots
>> rang out -- parked his bike in the street and ran up to the corner of
>> the Stockade Fence and the Triple Underpass.
>Not quite right, but what do you think that means?
I say right below.
>> So what Lane is invoking is merely crowd psychology, not any kind of
>> Add to that the fact that all those people who were behind the
>> Stockade Fence didn't find any evidence of any shooter.
>Muddy footprints. Fresh cigarette butts.
Oh, my! Of course we all know that only assassins leave footprints,
or smoke cigarettes.