JFK ASSASSINATION ARGUMENTS
(PART 781)


WALT CAKEBREAD SAID:

I'm sure you know that there were NOT twelve witnesses to the [Tippit] shooting...


DAVID VON PEIN SAID:

And I never said there were 12 witnesses to the Tippit shooting. Here's what I really said (in case anybody cares):

"Gil J. Jesus, as all conspiracy theorists do, will sound like an absolute nut when he attempts to perform the above-mentioned task (which will include virtually every last piece of evidence connected to Oswald's murder of Officer J.D. Tippit as well, including Gil's pathetic attempt at discrediting ALL TWELVE WITNESSES who positively identified Mr. Oswald as either Tippit's murderer or the one and only person who fled the scene of the Tippit shooting with gun in hand)."
-- DVP; 10/30/09


WALT SAID:

But I'm happy that you exposed yourself as a liar once again.


DVP SAID:

No lie up there in that quote, idiot. Just the complete truth. Maybe you should learn to read.


WALT SAID:

Only TWO people ...."TWO"!!...actually saw the shooting.


DVP SAID:

Wrong. Four people saw it.

Try again.


WALT SAID:

Helen Markham and Domingo Benavides....That's it!!


DVP SAID:

Wrong.

1.) Helen Markham
2.) Domingo Benavides
3.) William Scoggins
4.) Jack Tatum

BTW, conspiracy kooks who don't include Scoggins as a witness who literally "saw" the shooting of J.D. Tippit are complete idiots.


WALT SAID:

You do have the ability to count to two, don't you?


DVP SAID:

Sure. But it seems you cannot count to four. Or twelve.


WALT SAID:

Helen Markham was hysterical and unreliable at the police line up.


DVP SAID:

And yet she picked out your favorite patsy as the person who she saw shoot the policeman, didn't she Mr. Kook?


WALT SAID:

...and Domingo Benavides was NEVER called to view a police line up.


DVP SAID:

And that's logical, since Domingo told the police he probably wouldn't be able to positively identify the shooter.

Next....


WALT SAID:

Benavides was without any doubt the MOST RELIABLE and CREDIBLE person who could have identified Oswald if Oswald had been the killer. He was only 15 feet away from the killer and the killer was facing him when Tippit was shot.


DVP SAID:

It's nice to be able to decide who is "without any doubt the MOST RELIABLE and CREDIBLE person" in any given situation, isn't it Walt? That's one your self-written "kook rules".


WALT SAID:

There's no doubt that Benevides [sic] KNEW that Oswald was NOT the killer.


DVP SAID:

~chuckle~

How would this be possible, Walter, since everyone with an ounce of sense knows that Oswald WAS J.D. Tippit's killer?


WALT SAID:

Why is it that the one most credible witness to the Tippit murder was never called to view a line up nor asked for a written affidavit???


DVP SAID:

Walt is digging into his "Rule Book For Kooks" again, I see. He gets to decide who the "most credible witness" is regarding Tippit's murder....even though Benavides said this to the Warren Commission:

DOMINGO BENAVIDES -- "Later on that evening, about 4 o'clock, there was two officers came by and asked for me...and told them what I had seen, and they asked me if I could identify him, and I said I don't think I could. .... I wasn't sure that I could or not. I wasn't going to say I could identify and go down and couldn't have."


WALT SAID:

It's obvious to anybody with an IQ greater than a common garden slug that the cops avoided Benavides because he told them that Oswald was NOT the man he'd seen shoot Tippit.


DVP SAID:

Even if Benavides did say that to the police (which he didn't, of course), we still know Oswald was the murderer of J.D. Tippit via other evidence.

But to a nut like Walt, it doesn't make a bit of difference that the Tippit murder weapon was FOUND ON OSWALD just 35 minutes after Tippit was slain.

That type of solid and irrefutable evidence, as always, is considered to be useless garbage in the eyes of an Anybody-But-Oswald joke like Walter Cakebread.

David Von Pein
October 31, 2009