(PART 283)


>>> "What other police department EVER worked this fast in the history of a crime?" <<<


~large chuckle~

Almost every police department in the world, I would surmise.
Especially at crime scenes where there was as much evidence
of one man's guilt in TWO murders as we have in Oswald's case in
Dallas, circa 1963.

But apparently Rob thinks the DPD should have S-T-R-E-T-C-H-E-D
out the collecting of the evidence....e.g.,

They should have picked up one bullet shell from the TSBD on
Friday....then the rifle on Saturday....then one Tippit bullet shell
on Sunday....then one more TSBD shell on Nov. 25th....followed by
collecting one fingerprint (but no more) on Tuesday, the 26th....then
they'll go back to 10th Street and talk to one witness and secure one
affidavit from that witness....then it's back to Elm Street to grab
another bullet cartridge....etc.

By New Year's Eve '63, they should have all the evidence collected.

>>> "F.Y.I. - they had NO real evidence showing LHO shot anyone." <<<

Yeah, only all the bullets and various fragments (including the stuff
gathered by the FBI and SS too, of course), all the JFK/Tippit guns
(2), all the bullet shells (7), all the various Oswald prints, and all
of LHO's guilt-ridden actions. That's all. Hardly even worth haulin'
poor sweet Lee in for questioning, huh?

I know I've asked this before -- but is it truly possible to be as
idiotic regarding the evidence as Rob C.?

I tend to doubt it.

>>> "It is impossible for a bullet to pass through a human dressed and not have blood, tissue and clothing striations on it." <<<

And, naturally, Rob The Human Error Machine KNOWS beyond every shred
of a doubt that EVERY bullet in every murder case MUST have "blood,
tissue, and clothing striations on it". Right, Mr. Fumbles?

Let's hear from a real lawyer for a moment and see what he's got to
say about this matter (from his own personal POV of having seen many
bullets at court trials in his day):

"One can only wonder why Commission Exhibit No. 399 did not have
any blood residuum on it. My only guess is that the blood traces that
must have been on it were removed by someone early on...as a matter of
course. In all the evidence bullets I handled in court in murder cases
during my prosecutorial career, none had any visible blood on

David Von Pein
July 18, 2008