reply to post by Oldnslo
Why are you being fooled by the hairline? That was the easiest thing for them to change. If you are in complete agreement with Dr. Fetzer that they
altered the Zapruder film, why can't you accept that they altered the Altgens photo?
Did you read our article, mine and Dr. Fetzer's? In it, we detail all the anomalies in the Altgens photo, including the ones that pertain directly to
Doorway Man. For instance, he does not have a left shoulder. It is cut off, and there is no photographic explanation for it.
Lee Harvey Oswald being the Doorway Man is not the least bit of a stretch because the Doorway Man is wearing Oswald's shirt. You have to realize how
compelling that evidence is. It was a very unique, unusual, distintive shirt, and there is no chance that Lovelady wore anything like it.
And as far as Lovelady's testimony goes, he couldn't even stick to the same story about which shirt he was wearing. First, it was the short-sleeved
red and white striped shirt, and then later it became the long-sleeved red, black and checkered one.
And Lovelady definitely WAS standing outside during the motorcade; he just wasn't the Doorway Man.
And why do you assume that the orchestrators could control everything Oswald did? You don't know what his handlers told him. As Dr. Fetzer and I point
out in the article, it does seem as though various people are looking at the Doorway Man as if they are surprised to see him there. So, his stepping
outside may be something that went distinctly against the plan. But again, we just don't know how his handlers prepped him for the events that day.
It's all speculation. But, the Altgens photo most definitely WAS manipulated.
Look, this 48 year old state lie involved a tremendous amount of chicanery and subterfuge, and what they counted on is that people would think and
react a certain way to certain appearances. And so far, you are mentally conforming to their playbook to a tee. I don't know how you feel about that,
but that is the case. That is exactly what they counted on, depended on, that people like you would say, "you see, look at the hairline, it's receding
like Lovelady's. Look at the pattern, it's varied like Lovelady's." The actual fact is that the shirt pattern is varied but NOT at all like
Lovelady's. You're thinking at a reflex level. And again, that is what they were counting on.
The way to get over the hurdles- and I mean hurdles that they put up to block you from thinking correctly- is to start by focusing on Oswald's shirt,
the uniqueness of it, the form, the fit, and the lay. Once you realize that Doorway Man is wearing Oswald's clothes, and that those clothes could not
possibly be Lovelady's, no matter which shirt Lovelady was wearing of the two he said he was wearing at different times, then you must conclude that
Doorway Man was Oswald and that the likenesses to Lovelady, including the hairline and the shirt pattern, were faked. Doorman's wearing Oswald's shirt
really does ice this thing. There is no getting around it. Nothng else trumps it. It's checkmate.
edit on 26-1-2012 by Firsk because: typoe