JFK ASSASSINATION ARGUMENTS
WALT CAKEBREAD SAID:
It is a FACT that Howard Brennan did NOT describe Oswald. DVP acknowledges this fact when he says Brennan described the man with the sniper's rifle as being in his 30's and weighing between 165 and 175 pounds. (Caught you lying again DVP.) DVP KNOWS that Howard Brennan DID NOT describe Oswald, and yet the stupid bastard tries to twist the facts.
DAVID VON PEIN SAID:
Pot/Kettle moment here. I love it.
Howard Brennan described the person he saw shooting from the sixth floor as best he could to J. Herbert Sawyer prior to 12:43 PM CST on 11/22/63. And that description was a decent approximation of the owner of the gun that was later found on that SAME SIXTH FLOOR.
Walt (being a conspiracy kook), of course, wouldn't even be satisfied if Brennan had nailed every detail concerning Oswald's physical appearance. In such a case, Walt would insist that Brennan's description was TOO GOOD or TOO PERFECT, and thus there's no way Brennan could have nailed all of those details.
But here in the world of reasonable people (which doesn't include Walt Cakebread), the reasoned-thinking people of Planet Earth all realize that a witness probably isn't going to be able to perfectly nail every single physical attribute associated with a particular individual that the witness only saw for a brief period of time and from a distance.
Howard Brennan made REASONABLE GUESSES as to the description of the man he saw shooting at President Kennedy from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository. And those reasonable guesses certainly do not rule out Walt's favorite patsy for all 11/22/63 murders in Dallas:
"He was a white man in his early 30s, slender, nice looking, slender and would weigh about 165 to 175 pounds." -- Howard L. Brennan; Via his 11/22/63 affidavit
"To my best description, a man in his early thirties, fair complexion, slender but neat, neat slender, possibly 5-foot-10...from 160 to 170 pounds." -- Howard L. Brennan; Via his 1964 Warren Commission testimony
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Now, on what crazy planet filled with kooks could the above two descriptions of the sixth-floor sniper completely eliminate Lee Harvey Oswald as a suspect?
The answer to that last question is fairly simple --- It's on the planet called "EVERYBODY IS A SUSPECT IN THE KENNEDY AND TIPPIT MURDERS EXCEPT LEE HARVEY OSWALD". (That planet is located just beyond Uranus. The ghost of Jim Garrison rules that universe. And Jim Fetzer and Bob Groden are Garrison's right-hand men.)
FYI (for anyone who might not know this fact):
Dallas Police Officer Marrion Baker, who we know for an ironclad FACT saw Lee Harvey Oswald on the second floor of the TSBD very shortly after JFK was assassinated, provided the following information about the man he encountered in the second-floor lunchroom on November 22, 1963 (note the similarities in age, height, and weight when comparing Baker's description with the data provided by Brennan):
"The man I saw was a white man approximately 30 years old, 5'9", 165 pounds, dark hair and wearing a light brown jacket." -- Marrion L. Baker; 11/22/63
David Von Pein
November 2, 2009
Posted By: David Von Pein