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Vincent Bugliosi's 53 Reasons... #40 Refuted.

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04-06-2017, 03:05 PM #1
Ben Holmes
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Vincent Bugliosi's 53 Reasons... #40 Refuted.
(40) The four cartridge shells found at the Tippit murder scene were fired from Oswald's revolver.

Chain of custody issues raise their ugly head again. I'm quite sure that many people are aware that radio transmissions from the scene of the Tippit murder stated that the murderer was armed with an automatic. This is easily determined  from the cartridges. Revolver cartridges have a rim that's larger than the case body - that stops the cartridge from moving too far into the cylinder chamber. Automatic cartridges, on the other hand, have a rim the *same size* as the case.
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There are two revolver cartridges shown here - can you spot them among the automatic cartridges?

The differences to an experienced police officer are obvious and can VERY QUICKLY be determined... but this caused a problem because Oswald didn't carry an automatic.
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12-04-2017, 02:07 PM #2
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RE: Vincent Bugliosi's 53 Reasons... #40 Refuted.
officer j m poe was handed atleast two shells at 10th and patton . he was told by gerald hill to put his mark on these shells . HE DID , he scratched jmp on each of them . when he appeared in front of the warren commission and was handed shells his initals appeared nowhere on them .

as ben says above this raises serious chain of evidence issues , because the shells cant be identified as the same shells that were handed to poe .

the combination of bullets from officer tippit was 3 winchester and 1 remington , the shells in evidence are a combination of 2 winchester and 2 remington . the problem should be obvious.

i dont have the exact quotes to hand as i type this but i have another insight in the flawed and biased mentality of bugliosi . in his book in discussing jfks shooting he states categorically that there were ONLY 3 shots fired , why ? well because ONLY 3 shells were found . now lets fast forward to the scene of officer tippits shooting . here bugliosi asserts that not 4 but in fact 5 shots were fired , this is his way of trying to get around the bullet / shell combination problem . this despite the fact that he has no fifth bullet or fifth shell .

so on elm street if ONLY 3 shells are found that in bugliosis mind means that ONLY 3 shots were fired , but on 10th and patton 4 shells means that 5 shots were fired .

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