(PART 614)


Name another instance where 26 cops showed up to a theater to confront a person who went in without paying for a ticket.


Sounds like Gil has been listening to John Judge on Black Op [Radio].

In reality, of course, there's not a single thing "suspicious" about a bunch of cops arriving very quickly at the Texas Theater in Oak Cliff on 11/22/63 after the Dallas Police Department received the tip from cashier Julia Postal that a man had gone into the theater--a man who was "running from them [the police] for some reason" [which is a direct quote from Julia Postal, at 7 H 11].

I guess people like John Judge and Gilbert Jesus think it's unreasonable for a lot of police officers, very shortly after Officer Tippit had been shot on 10th Street, to swarm the nearby location where the police think the murderer of their fellow officer was located.

Judge and Jesus probably really think the ONLY reason the cops showed up at the theater was because Oswald failed to buy a ticket to the movie. I always enjoy hearing (and laughing heartily at) the silly spin that conspiracy kooks like Judge want to put on the capture of Oswald in the theater.

But back in the realm of reality (and common sense), it wasn't unreasonable for the DPD to swarm the theater when they did on 11/22. And it's also not the slightest bit unreasonable (given the circumstances that existed that Friday in Dallas) for the police to possibly think that the President's killer was in the theater.

JFK had just been shot about an hour earlier, then a policeman is killed just a few miles from Dealey Plaza. Therefore, it's perfectly natural for some of the cops to also think that the suspect in the theater was also the person who might have shot the President. Who WOULDN'T have thought that at that given point in time?

And I don't even think it's unreasonable for "26 cops" to have arrived at the theater that day, although I don't really know exactly where John Judge got that figure from. Maybe he pulled it out of his basket of make-believe facts, like he did virtually everything else during his one-hour appearance on Black Op Radio on July 9, 2009.

But "26 cops" sounds like a kook-inflated figure to me. However, I'll readily admit, I never counted them, and twenty-six policemen could have possibly shown up at the Texas Theater on November 22, 1963, but I seriously doubt the number was INITIALLY that large (i.e., prior to Oswald being apprehended).

And John Judge's made-up-from-whole-cloth crap includes lots more unprovable (and vile) conspiracy-flavored kookiness too....such as:

Suggesting that the Dallas Police were actually the ones who brought Lee Oswald's Smith & Wesson revolver into the Texas Theater on November 22nd in order to frame poor Oswald.

You heard right -- Kook Judge actually said that he thinks the DPD "dropped" (i.e., "planted") the revolver at the theater, with Lee Oswald apparently not drawing any gun at all when Officer McDonald approached LHO. Which, of course, is a make-believe scenario that would turn Johnny Brewer into a liar too, because Brewer has always maintained that Oswald "reached under his shirt and pulled out a revolver" [Johnny Brewer quote from the 1986 TV Docu-Trial; see video below].

Brewer, btw, was referred to as Johnny "Brenner" by John Judge on 7/9/09, for some reason. I suspect that Judge was combining the names of two witnesses into one name--Brennan and Brewer. You'd think, though, that a 45-year veteran conspiracy clown like John Judge would get the name of the key witnesses correct. ~shrug~

But to a kook like Johnny Judge, it evidently doesn't matter how many people he has to call liars or shills or cover-up agents (including a gob of DPD officers, and Jack Brewer too)....just as long as people like Judge can keep the skirts of "Patsy" Oswald squeaky clean.

I've said this before, but it deserves repeating:

The "Anybody But Oswald" conspiracy nuts like John Judge are truly pathetic.

Judge also thinks that there was a "plant the gun" plot afoot in front of the Washington Hilton Hotel on March 30, 1981, when John Hinckley shot President Ronald Reagan, too.

That's how far out in left field a man named John Judge is.

I wouldn't be a bit surprised if Robert McNamara's recent death shows up on Mr. Judge's revised list of "MYSTERY DEATHS CONNECTED TO JOHN F. KENNEDY'S ASSASSINATION".

After all, McNamara was only 93.

David Von Pein
July 10, 2009