A CONSPIRACY ADVOCATE SAID:
regarding the specific "Craig In Fritz' Office" point. Hence, the word
"probably" being used in my posts in this regard.
being on the gun found in the TSBD. He lied about that. No doubt about
And since he was freely willing to tell a huge blatant lie about the
rifle, it makes it much easier to believe that he MIGHT lie about some
other things too.
The same goes for Lee Oswald -- We KNOW he lied about several critical
facts associated with the assassination evidence. He was definitely
trying to DISTANCE HIMSELF FROM THE TWO MURDER WEAPONS (the MC rifle
he used on JFK and the .38 S&W revolver that he used to kill Tippit).
Hence, it seems reasonable to think that since Oz was willing to lie
about certain important things, he would therefore possibly tell other
lies as well.
I'm not saying that Craig or Oswald lied CONSTANTLY. Because that's
certainly not the case at all. Oswald told some truths. But he only
told the truth when he didn't feel THREATENED BY THE EVIDENCE. In
every question he was asked which could possibly connect him to the 2
murders he was charged with, he distanced himself from that
But when asked more benign questions, Oswald didn't NEED to lie to
save his murdering hide, so he didn't.
As for Roger Craig, I do think he saw someone who might have resembled
Oswald get into a station wagon on Elm St. around 12:40 PM on November
22. This observation is backed up by additional witnesses as well. But
that person getting into that Rambler was positively not Lee Harvey
Furthermore, it COULD NOT have been Oswald. It's PHYSICALLY IMPOSSIBLE
for it to have been Oswald, because Oswald was several blocks east of
the Book Depository at that precise moment getting on a bus on Elm
Street. That's a proven fact. The bus transfer in Oswald's pocket plus
the observations of Mary Bledsoe prove beyond all doubt that LHO could
not have gotten into a car on Elm at 12:40.
Plus, Oswald told us (via the police) that he did, indeed, get on a
bus after leaving the TSBD. And here we have an instance where Oswald
didn't feel he had to tell a lie, so he didn't tell a lie....because
his getting on a bus doesn't make him guilty of shooting a gun at the
President. Same with the cab ride. So he admitted to that too.
David Von Pein
LINK TO ORIGINAL POST (NOVEMBER 11, 2007)