JFK - Attentataufdeckung25.11.2020 um 23:39
behind_eyes schrieb:Darüberhinaus lehne ich es ab, Zeugenaussagen anzuerkennenGehört dazu auch die Aussagen Fraziers?
behind_eyes schrieb:Die Argumentaionsprinzipien nach dem Zettelprinzip können(!) jeden Menschen auf dieser Welt mit den Attentat in Verbindung bringenWas ist das "Zettelprinzip"?
wer bestimmt, was ein Zettel ist?
Das war mir bis vor Kurzem auch nicht bekannt:
Among the Dallas socialites who assisted Machann in taking care of the Cuban refugees was Lucille Connell. “Lucille Connell! Yes! She was one to remember … ,” said Machann. “There were a group of women who … helped with the Cubans. Most of them weren’t even Catholic, but a few were. They were more social than they were anything. I suppose because of the times it was their way of being in a kind of club to help others. They were always in the paper, Lucille Connell especially.”Da die Odios Anti-Castro waren, sind in diesem Zusammenhang die vor dem JFK-Attentat gestreuten Behauptungen über eine Verwicklung Castros in das Walker-Attentat auffällig:
And it was Connell, not Silvia Odio, who first alerted authorities to Odio’s three visitors, including Lee Harvey Oswald, the accused assassin.
In Lucille Connell’s testimony, she mentions Silvia and Annie going to the movies. Gayle says that “Faith Leicht … said that while they were at the movies, Silvia said she would be right back. They figured she was going to the restroom. She didn’t show up after the movie was over. Faith said that they later found Silvia wandering around Turtle Creek near General Walker’s home. This was April 10th of 1963. Faith said that Annie called you to see if you knew where Silvia was and then called Lucille Connell. They then called the police. The police picked her up on Turtle Creek and took her to Lucille Connell’s home.”
April 10th was the date someone took a shot at General Walker while he was in his home office on Turtle Creek. To that story, Machann said, “I don’t think that happened. I think that must be made up. I don’t remember anyone calling me about Silvia … It seems like another distraction. I don’t know what proof there is that he ever shot at General Walker and just missed him.”