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Oswald's Post Office Box #2915

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05-07-2017, 04:48 PM #1
Ben Holmes
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Oswald's Post Office Box #2915
Here's a never answered golden oldie post:

Speaking of the sleazy lies being told by Henry Sienzant... the correct post office box that the Warren Commission alleges that Oswald received a rifle at - would be box 2915...

The documentation for this box was never produced - BUT THE FBI ACTUALLY SAW IT... either that, or they lied about it. In Commission Exhibit 2585 - the FBI states that "INVESTIGATION: Our investigation has revealed that Oswald did not indicate on his application that others, including an "A. Hidell," would receive mail through the box in question, which was Post Office Box 2915 in Dallas. This box was obtained by Oswald on October 9, 1962, and relinquished by him on May 14, 1963.
https://www.history-matters.com/archive/...E_2585.pdf

It would be interesting to see how Henry Sienzant or Patrick Collins explain the fact that the FBI claims to have seen a document that was never produced for the Warren Commission. (or, for that matter; *ANY* believer!)
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05-07-2017, 07:01 PM #2
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RE: Oswald's Post Office Box #2915
He ordered the rifle - his hand writing......he then owned the thing...and used it.

What is all the fuss about.....

It is not an area that has ever interested me....here is why.....if Oswald's weapon was going to be used by some one posing as Oswald.....the plotters wound NEVER have ordered a Carcano - it was prone to be unreliable.....

As it happens it was reliable on the day ......your only possibility is IF OSwald had agreed to supply the rifle to some one else as a joint effort involving an escape - even then it is odd, because it would only take a few $$ to buy a better rifle than the one Oswald ordered to shoot General Walker......

05-07-2017, 07:07 PM #3
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RE: Oswald's Post Office Box #2915
(05-07-2017, 07:01 PM)Patrick C Wrote:  He ordered the rifle - his hand writing......he then owned the thing...and used it.

What is all the fuss about.....

It is not an area that has ever interested me....here is why.....if Oswald's weapon was going to be used by some one posing as Oswald.....the plotters wound NEVER have ordered a Carcano - it was prone to be unreliable.....

As it happens it was reliable on the day ......your only possibility is IF OSwald had agreed to supply the rifle to some one else as a joint effort involving an escape - even then it is odd, because it would only take a few $$ to buy a better rifle than the one Oswald ordered to shoot General Walker......

Interestingly, you completely evaded the topic.

That makes you a coward.

If you aren't interested in this "area" of evidence, then you shouldn't respond without publicly acknowledging the truth... that this evidence IS PROOF THAT EVIDENCE WAS WITHHELD FROM THE WARREN COMMISSION - or that the Warren Commission simply lied.

If you publicly acknowledge this, then I'll be happy to apologize for labeling you a coward.







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