The Walker Allegations

Ignored and contending evidence, witness discrepancies, press rumors, and a victim with a militant agenda.  After reviewing additional evidence several factors render the current official version of the Walker allegations feasibly improbable. #JFK #Evidence 

The Rumor heard around the World

The Rumor heard around the World

An official touchstone of the Kennedy case has been the repeated allegation that Lee Harvey Oswald fired his Carcano at General Walker and missed. Some contend this demonstrates Oswald's propensity for the subsequent assassination of President Kennedy, and striking at the enemies of Communism. Yet Lee Harvey Oswald was not a Communist.i "Investigation by the Commission has produced no plausible evidence..." that Oswald was connected to the Communist Party, Socialist Workers Party, or any other leftist organization...

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Lee Harvey Oswald feasibly had no consistent Rifle Practice

Lee Harvey Oswald feasibly had no consistent Rifle Practice

Despite corroborated suppressed evidence and a possible feasibly small conspiracy, I do not support that most official evidence is tainted. However, key moments and official assertions are deficient in my view and require further study and comparison with the facts. Namely, the assertion by the Commission that Lee Harvey Oswald regularly practiced with his Carcano rifle on a regular basis. This idea while supported by many critics of conspiracy is not as reliable as some imagine...

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Reasonable doubts about Lee Harvey Oswald

Reasonable doubts about Lee Harvey Oswald

How can Lone Gunman theorists accept Lee Harvey Oswald's guilt so easily without regarding all the original facts and evidence? Some do not consider the many official mistakes and breaches of legal procedure and other critical writers appear selective in their criticism. Yet we agree at least that Oswald was involved in a murderous plot, yet the true issue is whether he alone killed President Kennedy...

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