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Rising Against - "Searching for the Truth"...
"We will never stop searching for the truth.."
This is what I wrote in the visitors log located next to the golden bust of President Kennedy situated towards the end of the 6th Floor Museum tour..
I recently moved to Dallas and have spent a good deal of time at Dealey Plaza, soaking it all in, snapping photos (hundreds of photos to be revealed
soon), walking the area.. It's a fiery passion of mine, trying to uncover the mystery that is the murder of our 35th President and the enigma of Lee
Every single one of your threads has been integral in helping me inform myself, and others, especially since as a fellow researcher I am familiar with
many of the details you cover but do not have the cohesive overview your threads display that really ties certain parts together. The story is so
complicated. So many names, dates, connections..
Having said that, I don't find it coincidental that our views on the matter are quite similar and we've come to some of the same conclusions. I,
too, believe Oswald to be innocent of the crimes levied against him, believe he had ties to both the CIA and the FBI (possibly even spying on one for
the other), believe for all we know he could have thought he had infiltrated an assassination plot and was a hero, and believe he was considered the
perfect patsy for these very powerful forces operating behind the scenes.
Of course, I myself still have many questions, questions that will forever go unanswered I assume. One of which I'm hoping you may cover (although I
believe you have before) as it pertains to LH Oswald and his activities that fateful day. I cannot think of an answer to this off the top of my head
and I was thinking about it the other night while rewatching an episode of The Men Who Killed Kennedy... The package Oswald was seen carrying to work
the day of the assassination... He stated to Buell Frazier that they were curtain rods... Frazier drove Oswald to work that day and saw this package
in Lee's possession, tucked under his arm at one point. Frazier says it was wrapped in standard brown packing paper and wrapped with tape. He also
stated, I believe, that he thought it too small to be a rifle, even one that's been disassembled.. A Manlicher Carcano being three feet taken apart,
if I'm not mistaken... Anyway, what happened to this package? If it was curtain rods, where are they? I never hear it mentioned though I could have
sworn I'd read about the brown packing paper being found without any marks or oily residue on it. Can you help fill me in?
If not, thank you for your service either way RA. Service to TRUTH and the pursuit of justice.