By S.r. Dusty Rohde
Over the years, there have been a great many false claims related to the murders of President John F. Kennedy and Dallas Police patrolman J.D. Tippit. The facts more often than not, have been and are being very deliberately hidden from public view or understanding. Fifty four years…has been long enough, it’s time to let the world know what really happened, time for a little dose of reality or factual information. This is a step in that direction…a beginning to right the wrongs in our American history and the past corruption of justice. (This will be an ongoing project for a week or two so I hope you can bear with me as the lists progress).
Fact: Lee Harvey Oswald, the accused assassin of JFK and JD Tippit, is by law, “innocent until proven guilty” per the “Bill of Rights” and U.S. Constitution. This was true 53 years ago, and it remains true to this day. Until someone, anyone takes these cases to court and get’s a legal jury verdict of “guilty”. Otherwise, those who state “Oswald was guilty” are committing libel, slander and defamation of character, which are actionable legal offences.
Fact: No one proved that L. H. Oswald owned the Mannlicher-Carcano rifle (the alleged murder weapon) on the 22nd of Nov. 1963, or any time since. (Means)
Fact: No one could say with certainty they saw this Mannlicher-Carcano rifle in the home of Ruth Paine (where Oswald’s wife was living and their things were stored).
Fact: No one could prove that Oswald had “motive” to murder JFK, then or now.
Fact: No one could put Oswald on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository at the time shots were fired. (Opportunity)
Fact: The “burden of proof” by law, falls upon the accusers to prove guilt beyond reasonable doubt, not the other way around.
Fact: No committee, (the Warren Commission, House Select Committee on Assassinations, the ARRB, the Church Committee or Rockerfeller Committee) had legal standing as a lawful substitute for the rights guaranteed under the Bill of Rights and U.S. Constitution. They had no right or legal authority to subvert “due process”.
Fact: Lee H. Oswald was denied legal representation by the Dallas Police Department and the Warren Commission. (The Dallas Police Department claimed Oswald rejected their offer of an attorney, yet Oswald is on film asking “can a lawyer please come forward” (to help him). When Oswald was allowed a phone call for a lawyer, the switch board operators didn’t put the call through. When Oswald then asked Ruth Paine to call the lawyer, she later stated “I had no intention” of calling the lawyer).
Fact: The Warren Report was rejected as evidence and declared “hearsay” in a court of law by three judges during the Jim Garrison trial of Clay Shaw. (The defense attorney’s for Clay Shaw attempted to submit the report as evidence)
Fact: The Warren Report violated the “Rules of Evidence”, and by doing so ensured no cross examination of witnesses could be done. No examination of evidence by defense attorney’s could be done. This also ensured that no witnesses could be called that weren’t of their own choosing. No evidence or tests of evidence could be done outside of the Warren Commission’s control. No findings were possible that weren’t of their chosen conclusions or manipulations.
Fact: Removing JFK’s body out of Texas effectly “Blocked” a Texas autopsy. (Texas law required a mandatory autopsy of JFK’s body, in the State of Texas. Neither the Federal government, the Secret Service or the FBI had legal jurisdiction or authority over the body).
Fact: Shooting L. H. Oswald “Blocked” a Texas trial for the murders of JFK and JD Tippit.
Fact: Taking JFK’s body from Texas “Enabled” the Bethesda autopsy fraud.
Fact: Withholding the JFK autopsy photo’s “Enabled” the Bethesda autopsy fraud.
Fact: Bethesda witnesses forced into silence “Enabled” the Bethesda autopsy fraud.
Fact: Hoover’s phone call to Texas District Attorney “Henry Wade”, was for the purpose of “Blocking” a Texas investigation of JFK’s death.
Fact: The Dallas Police Department was liable for the “wrongful death” Of Lee H. Oswald.
Fact: Any agency withholding assassination evidence or documents is actually “withholding evidence”.
Fact: Neither the FBI or the U.S. Government had jurisdiction over JFK’s murder.
Fact: Every attorney in every Assassination Committee knew the bulk of testimonies given during their hearings (and denying cross examination by defense attorney’s) would be considered “Hearsay” in a court of law. They knew this was in violation of the “Rules of Evidence”.
Fact: The following “Fallacies, Fairy Tales or Fraud” were not created or committed by Conspiracy Theorists, but by Warren Commission supporters and Warren Apologists and the CIA who created the term “Conspiracy Theorist” to be used as a derogatory term for researchers or anyone who didn’t agree with the governments agenda.
Fallacy: The “Single Bullet Theory”, “Pristine Bullet” or “Magic Bullet” was truthful. (This is false).
Fallacy: JFK wound depictions in the Harold “Skip” Rydberg drawings were accurate. (These drawings are a complete misrepresentation of the number and location of the wounds to JFK’s back. The wound locations on JFK’s body were falsely reported by J.J. Humes, Thorten J. Boswell and Pierre Finck. There was no wound on JFK’s back in the location shown on the drawings submitted by Humes to the Warren Commission. The blue arrow in the following image starts at the true entry wound and points to the fictitious wound identified by J.J. Humes, Boswell and Finck (left image). This wound was moved several inches up and to the right, to give the illusion of a trajectory matching the sixth floor of the TSBD).
Fallacy: The claim that there was a single wound to JFK’s back. (This was falsely reported during both, the Warren Commission hearings and the House Select Committee on Assassinations hearings.
Fallacy: The “Bunched Jacket” theory. (This was a fabrication to cover for the fact that the bullet hole in JFK’s suit jacket didn’t match the fictitious back wound location identified by Bethesda autopsy surgeons).
Fallacy: The Ida Dox drawings representing JFK’s back wound were accurate. (Also a complete misrepresentation of the location and number of wounds to JFK’s back). *Note: Also see previous image. Ida Dox deliberately left out three of the four wounds shown in JFK’s autopsy photo, including the true entry wound. (See below)
Fallacy: The “Missed Shot” (fired at JFK) claim by the Warren Commission. The “Missed Shot” was fabricated to support the fictional “Single Bullet Theory” to maintain the “3 shot” false scenario.
Fallacy: The “Back of Head” image of JFK that has been “redacted” is legitimate. (No, this image was “redacted” or blacked out to cover the back of head wound identified by the Bethesda doctors. This allowed the HSCA to make the claim they identified a new head wound much higher up in the back of the head, which conveniently was a better match for their required trajectory deception…and again, maintain the 3 shot fairy tale.
Fallacy: The complete “intact” back of head image of JFK is legitimate. (False, a complete intact back of head image wasn’t possible at the time of the autopsy as the “Harper” skull fragment from the back of the skull wasn’t even found until the day after the autopsy.
Fallacy: The claim that Lee H. Oswald set up the Snipers Nest (with boxes). (Actually, it was the Dallas Police who stacked the boxes higher to create the illusion of an enclosed Snipers Nest.
Fallacy: The claim that Lee H. Oswald was the first or only person to leave the Texas School Book Depository after shots were fired. (Lee H. Oswald was neither the first to leave or the last to leave the TSBD, he was just the last one to be found. As far as evidence indicates, Charles Givens was the first employee to leave the TSBD).
Fallacy: Charles Givens testimony on seeing Lee H. Oswald @ 11:55am. Charles Givens left the TSBD at 11:30am and hence could have no idea where Oswald may have been at 11:55am.
Fallacy: Shell casings were untouched before being photographed in the TSBD. (False, Capt. Fritz picked up and pocketed the shell casings prior to them being photographed, a different Dallas police officer placed them back near the window later, and not in their original locations. The photos in evidence were taken after the casings had been picked up and later replaced by the DPD).
Fallacy: Only “3 shots fired”.
Fallacy: All shot trajectories match the sixth floor window of the TSBD. (The only shot that can be currently verified as having the correct trajectory to match the TSBD is the shot that hit Gov. John Connally).
Fallacy: Lee H. Oswald was a Communist. (False, L.H. Oswald was a Marxist-Leninist and spoke out against Communism and wrote against Communism).
Fallacy: There was no evidence of another shooter. (False, there is evidence of another shooter in both, the JFK assassination and the murder of J.D. Tippit).
Fallacy: There was no evidence of a Conspiracy. (False, there is proof the Bethesda autopsy doctors committed Conspiracy to commit fraud and in reality…the very existance of the Warren Commission itself falls within the definition of a Conspiracy).
Fallacy: Lee H. Oswald got into a Rambler station wagon owned by Ruth Paine to flee Dealey Plaza. (False, Ruth Paine didn’t own a Nash Rambler station wagon, she owned a 1955 Chevrolet station wagon).
Fallacy: The Dallas Police Department didn’t have the “means’ to record L.H. Oswald’s interrogation. (False, The Dallas Police Department employed two court stenographers and had dozens of reporters in the building with recording equipment).
Fallacy: All witnesses identified Oswald as J.D. Tippit’s shooter. (False, witnesses identified a shooter who was slightly overweight, work a white shirt and jacket and who had dark or black wavy hair).
Fallacy: Claim that L.H. Oswald said “This is it” at the Texas Theater when arrested.
Fallacy: J.D. Tippit murder time line. (False, the Warren Commission claimed Oswald shot Tippit at 1:15 or 1:16…Tippit was declared lawfully dead at 1:15 at the Methodist Hospital, he was actually shot around 1:06pm).
Fallacy: Lee H. Oswald caused the altercation with Carlos Bringuier, which led to his arrest. (False, Carlos Bringuier freely admitted in interviews and testimony that he had full intentions on going and finding Oswald to start a fight with Oswald).
Fallacy: CIA had audio tape of Lee H. Oswald in Mexico. (False, this audio tape was checked by the FBI and J. Edgar Hoover himself and declared not to be Oswald).
Fallacy: CIA had photos of L.H. Oswald in Mexico. (False, the CIA sent photo’s to the FBI, and turned out to be someone else).
Fallacy: L.H. Oswald’s pistol “misfired” at the Texas Theater. (False, the Secret Service did ballistics test and analysis on the pistol and claimed the weapon fired “beautifully” each and every time. They also stated there was no such “misfire” mark on shell casings as claimed by the DPD.