Sunday, November 27, 2016

”We have at this point uncovered two more aspects of the JFK assassination that run contrary to the prevailing consensus. Lee Oswald did not, in a panic, jump on the first bus he saw. True, the Marsalis bus went nowhere near his rooming house but he originally had no intention of delaying his escape by stopping there. The 12:40 Marsalis bus was exactly the one he wanted. And Oswald did not leave that bus due to heavy traffic. He had to leave it when he spotted Mary Bledsoe. He feared that she or her son would call the police to report his escape route and that’s exactly what they did.”
The Final Truth, p. 175

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