A CONSPIRACY KOOK KNOWN AS "LAZ" SAID:
Both Randle and Frazier are adamant the package was too short to carry a rifle.
DAVID VON PEIN SAID:
Three questions for Laz then:
1.) Where did Oswald's curtain rods go?
2.) Why did Oswald lie to the police when he said NOTHING about carrying ANY type of large-ish package into the TSBD on 11/22? In fact, Oswald flatly denied that he carried any kind of a large bag into work. (And if the package really DIDN'T have a rifle inside, and contained only something innocent and innocuous--like, say, some curtain rods--why didn't Oswald just simply tell the police: "Yeah, I had a package with me; it had curtain rods in it; big deal"?)
3.) How did Oswald's Mannlicher-Carcano rifle find its way into the TSBD on 11/22/63?
In short, anyone who has examined the totality of evidence in the JFK case and then still claims (with a straight face) that Lee Oswald didn't carry his own rifle into the Depository building on the morning of November 22nd --- is an idiot.
Simple as that.
(And I didn't even talk about the brown bag in the Sniper's Nest with Oswald's prints on it. I always love to watch the kooks try and make Oswald an innocent patsy with that paper bag with two of the "patsy's" prints on it staring them in the face. Just pretend the cops fabricated the bag, Laz. That usually satisfies your Anybody-But-Oswald needs.)
"It's obvious that Oswald carried that rifle into the building that day in that large brown paper bag. It couldn't be more obvious. As far as Mr. Frazier's testimony about Oswald carrying the bag under his armpit, he conceded he never paid close attention to just how Oswald was carrying that bag. He didn't have any reason to." -- VINCENT T. BUGLIOSI; JULY 1986; "ON TRIAL: LEE HARVEY OSWALD"
David Von Pein
November 17, 2008
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