When ever I get ready to believe that Oswald was innocent of any wrong doing, I go back to Frazier's testimony that Oswald carried that package into the TSBD. Just before I'm prepared to condem Oswald I think about those gentlemen on the grassy knoll with the fake Secret Service credentials. After listening to this book at length, I have come to the conclusion that Oswald was dirty in this regard. He carried a weapon into the TSBD and was told to place it on the sixth floor. This would explain, Oswald being on the second floor shortly after the shooting. He left the building to meet up with his co-conspirators, totally blind to the fact the he was being blamed for the actual shooting of Kennedy and Tippet. "I didn't shoot anybody, I'm just a patsy. I've done nothing to be ashamed of." In his mind leaving a rifle on the sixth floor was probably nothing to be ashamed of since he didn't use it.
This book covered a lot of area's that only add to the mystery of who was involved and strengthens the whole "end-around, mis-direction play" that has kept the cover-up intact for fifty years. It also proves that the "Lone nut" garbage is the conspiracy theory and no where close to the truth.
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