posted on May, 11 2007 @ 04:44 AM
OK, first I don't see any reason to hurl insults. I know about oaths and Skull and Bones and I've seen JFK II, where they explain this in
Next, I don't see anything in your photos or videos besides the position of his hand. You've circled the 'murder weapon', but how about outlining
it, because I don't see anything, and I've tried. Where is the image that shows him pointing this thing you say he's got in his hand?
I think you're showing -your- naïveté because a successful cabal doesn't ask its members to do things so blatantly. If there's too high a risk it
not only exposes the agent, it also exposes the cabal, here, unnecessarily.
They are all about influence, enabling, and other more indirect means, such as having the SS 'stand down', having the DPD motorcycles pull back and
not flank the limo, allowing an entrance to the underground garage go unguarded. The DPD was complicit but except for certain key personnel, those in
the motorcade were probably only vaguely aware of the reasons they were told to do certain things.
If you look at my replies, you'll see I gave a long list of reasons and some thoughtful arguments to your premise. All you've done is post the same
grainy image with a big circle around something that's too dark and low resolution to make out. I'm sure you realize that once you start enlarging
things beyond the actual image resolution you create artifacts.
So before I'm going to buy this idea you have to explain to me why they'd ask someone to perform an almost impossible task like this, again,
driving, steering, slowing, turning, firing in a crowded car in broad daylight with their non-dominant hand and not get caught.
Sure if they told someone they had to get 'blooded' he'd have to comply, but unlike Ruby, he had plenty of opportunities to do the deed in a less
spectacular fashion. Ruby didn't have much time to silence LHO and had to do what he did or face something (apparently) much worse.
I don't disagree with your basic thought, which is that Greer could have been in on it, and the SS as well, or at least a small group of agents,
including Sorrels. But I don't think you've demonstrated your theory objectively even if you stretch things to the maximum.