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Issue: L'interview de Walker le 29 novembre...

Created: Monday, September 12, 2011 - 04:52 PM

christian
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...(date de publication)...où il indique, pour la première fois, dans un journal allemand, que LHO est à l'origine de l'attentat contre lui, pré-date les premières investigations du FBI (2 décembre..) à ce sujet d'au moins 72 heures....



modifié par : christian, 17 Jl 2007 - 21:17

pierre.nau
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Tuesday, July 17, 2007 - 08:33 PM
Etonnant en effet.
De mémoire, Ruth Paine est allée au City Hall le 30 novembre, avec 2 livres, dont le fameux ouvrage de recettes de cuisine à l'intérieur duquel se trouvaient les notes rédigées en russe, pièces maîtresse à charge de l'accusation incriminant Oswald.
Même en admettant qu'il y ait eu des fuites du City Hall, elles ne pouvaient pas intervenir, au mieux, avant le 30 novembre.

Comment Walker était-il au courant?
- Soit il s'agit d'une simple fanfaronade de sa part, l'homme affectionnant le coup d'éclat,
- Soit Ruth Paine qui lisait, comprenait et parlait le russe lui en avait parlé avant de se rendre au City Hall. Problème, encore fallait-il que Ruth Paine ait été mise dans la confidence de la tentative d'assassinat par la seule personne au courant: Marina.

Sauf erreur de ma part, ni m'une ni l'autre n'ont fait de déclarations dans ce sens.
Alors la première solution est la plus probable.
     

christian
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Wednesday, July 18, 2007 - 08:26 PM



..When Walker was questioned by Mr. Liebeler of the Warren Commission on July 23, 1964 he was asked about a phone call he received at the Captain Shreve Hotel in Shreveport, Louisiana on November 23, 1963 at about 7:00 a.m.

Mr. Liebeler: "Did you talk to him on a transatlantic telephone call in which you told him about the alleged fact that Lee Harvey Oswald was the person who made an attempt on your life?"

Gen. Walker: "I don't recall that name. Did he speak English? I don't speak German."




..en fait, apparemment l'interview de Walker daterait du...23 novembre au matin...

Etonnante prémonition, non?


Quant à la blessure de Walker, si je comprends bien, il est le seul à l'avoir constatée et signalée...
     

christian
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Wednesday, July 18, 2007 - 08:51 PM


...autre exemple montrant que l'affaire walker est moins limpide qu'il n'y paraît, ce petit extrait du témoignage de walker devant la WC/

Mr. Liebeler.
Well, now, when I look at Walker Exhibit No. 1, since you have indicated you thought that the shot was fired somewhere about where the camera was located when this picture was taken, or slightly behind it on the other side of the fence, I have considerable difficulty in that I can't see the window through which the shot went. How could the shot have been fired from there?
General WALKER. You can sit in the house and turn off your lights and look right out through the fence and all the areas in the fence. It is Just a question of lighting. The difficulty you are having here is a question of lighting of the picture, but if you are looking from the inside of the house, you see that fence in many places, all places.
Mr. Liebeler.
So that this picture which was obviously taken at night with a flash attachment does not give a true picture of the situation?
General WALKER. Not at all, because you can't see the house, and that is why the picture with the policeman in it is so hard to identify. Windows don't show there. There is a whole glassed-in porch to the left of the policeman, as you look at this picture. There is a 5 by 6 glassed window there with a back porch that sticks out a little bit that doesn't show.


La perplexité de Liebeler est évidente, et se manifeste à plusieurs reprises au cours de l'interview...
     

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Monday, September 12, 2011 - 04:52 PM
À propos du livre de recette et de la note d'Oswald, la police a d'accord cru avoir une preuve supplémentaire de l'implication de LHO dans l'assassinat de Kennedy, c'est Marina qui a indiqué que cette note faisait plutôt référence à la tentative contre Walker...