posted on Jul, 27 2004 @ 11:15 AM
No, no, no! Oswald is not the man in the photograph nor is the Badgeman a real figure.
First of all, I'm not at all convinced on the Badgeman shape. Look at it closely. The white wall looks like a sea of gauze and fuzz. But the shape
standing far back from the fence is clearly defined, a photographic impossibility. But if the figure is real, he would have to be elevated on a car
bumper in order to have his chest come up above the five foot fence. Why would an assassin do that if he wanted to get a good shot but didn't want to
Look at this picture comparing "Gordon Arnold" (Gordon Arnold is a "witness" who claimed to be in Dealey Plaza at the spot where he supposedly in
the picture, he is the one on the far left) to the Badgeman figure. Badgeman is supposed to be standing a good distance behind the fence. Only one
of these figures can be real, Arnold or Badgeman. But if one figure isn't real, it puts the other figure in serious doubt.
As for the man in the doorway, his name is Bill Lovelady. He worked at the School Book Depository and was outside at the time of the shooting.
Oswald never claimed to be outside and said that he was in the Depository the entire time.