(PART 493)


There must be a full moon. The conspiracy loons are out in force.

I don't suppose the CT-Kooks have even the slightest desire to bash the total nonsense that was being spouted by "one of their own"--Thomas Rossley--during the 4/5/09 radio debate...right?

Such nonsense as the following (and this is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the hilarious and retarded stuff that Rossley regurgitated endlessly for 3-and-a-half hours on WHPR-Radio on 4/5/09):

1.) When Rossley said that he actually thinks John Connally's chest wound was a wound of ENTRY instead of exit.

2.) When Rossley said that Jack Ruby was "forced" to kill Lee Oswald because of something that was supposedly said by Dan Rather to KRLD on 11/23/63.

3.) When Rossley stated his belief that it was Oswald in the doorway of the TSBD. (Even the most rabid of conspiracists don't believe that one anymore.)

4.) When Rossley totally contradicted himself when he propped up SS agent Glen Bennett's "four inches down from the right shoulder" statement....i.e., indicating that JFK was actually shot from the REAR in the upper back, even though Rossley had said earlier in the debate that Kennedy's back wound was a wound of EXIT.

5.) During the debate, Rossley magically turned every verified EXIT wound into an ENTRY wound, and he magically turned every verified ENTRY wound into an EXIT wound for the sake of rewriting history THE ROSSLEY WAY.

And Rossley even performed this "magic" with Governor Connally's wounds too....becoming the first mega-kook in history (that I'm aware of) who has ever even hinted at the idea that John B. Connally was shot in the chest from the FRONT.

Rossley deserves praise for being inventive in his beliefs about the case, I will say that. But all of those things will just roll off the backs of the conspiracy theorists at the various forums. They already have, in fact, with not one single CTer daring to disagree with the above sample batch of insane nuttiness that was spewed forth by Tom Rossley on the radio on Sunday, April 5, 2009.

Well, like they say...birds of a feather. I guess as long as the conspiracy-happy kooks can pretend that Saint Oswald didn't fire a shot, those members of the "Anybody But Oswald" club are satisfied.

Of course, for the actual evidence (and common sense), you can always go HERE and HERE.

David Von Pein
April 13, 2009