[It would help, before reading this, to review our work on the Lee Harvey Oswald twins.]
Imagine you are in a field, and that all about you are rabbits. If you try to catch one, it disappears into its hole. You can chase it, but will be lost in a maze of tunnels. Meanwhile he’ll resurface and peacefully graze as you try to find your way out.
This is the Kennedy assassination. It had to be one of the best-planned psyops of all time. It comes with fake deaths at every turn, false leads, golden apples, villains and saints and fake evidence … all contrived to keep us busy for decades. I am thankful for a certain man, Miles W. Mathis, who in 2007 or 2008 solved the riddle. It allowed the rest of us to get on with our lives.
Another man, our own Tyrone, in his paper JFKTV concentrates on TV coverage of the event, an essential part of the scam. He has said in conversations these past months that nobody died that day – not JFK, Oswald, Tippet, or later Jack Ruby. Given the volume and depth of his work, I am using that as a guidepost. It is one of the few things we can rely on. I operate on the assumption that everyone who participated in the hoax lived to tell about it – JFK, both Oswald’s, Officer Tippet, and Jack Ruby.
A while back I put up a post describing the supposed body of JFK in the morgue after his shooting, showing that it was his face pasted on another body. In the comments below that post someone put up a photo of Lee Harvey Oswald in the morgue, post-autopsy. It will turn up below, so be prepared. It is a bit gruesome. But the photo did not look right. I decided to have a go at that photo, and see what was up … you know, enter the rabbit hole.
At first I aligned the faces of the “Lee Harvey Oswald” who was supposedly shot by Jack Ruby while being moved from Dallas Police headquarters to the nearby county jail.
This was a staged event, complete with studio lighting and correct camera angles so that news photos could capture the shooting without obstacles. Notice that this photo is taken from above. What planning! But forget about all of that.
This is the man who was the object of the fake shooting. He is one of the Oswald twins. He put on a fake grimace as the blank was fired. (I put those yellow dots there to approximate the location of the pupils of the eyes.)
This is the same man, shown in a reflective moment after arrest. He knew what lay ahead, we did not. The important thing to realize is that this man is the same man being fake-shot by Jack Ruby in the photo above.
That is an awkward comparison, I realize, but is done to show that the ears, eyes and nose align. The biggest difference in the Oswald twins was ear height. This comparison had to be done in order to establish that the Oswald who was fake-shot in the police basement was one and the same with the Oswald arrested by Dallas police, and who stood for questioning on Friday evening, 11/22/63.
This is that man, photographed in that press conference:
Below is a photo of Oswald on a gurney at the morgue after autopsy:
I took the head from that image and overlaid it on that of the Oswald above, the one fielding reporters’ questions. The result is as follows:
The red circle shows where the ear of the man on the right, the gurney man, does not align with that of the man on the left, Oswald answering questions. The eyes do not align either. There are two sets of eyes in the middle image if you look closely. In fact, this proves that the man on the gurney is not the man on the left, and from this, that the man supposedly shot by Jack Ruby is not the man on the gurney.
But who is he? Below is a photo of Lee Harvey Oswald, the other twin, handing out photos for the Fair Play for Cuba Committee in New Orleans in the summer of 1963.
I took that image and lined it up with the Oswald in the gurney.
Shown in the middle there is the overlay, and we have a perfect match. Everything lines up – eyes, ears, nose, mouth and chin. The face of the man in the gurney is the same one who was in New Orleans handing out leaflets, but NOT the one who was shot in the basement of the Dallas Police Department.
What does it all mean? Tyrone was right. Nobody died that weekend. After all, we know that the man on the gurney did not get shot in the Police Department basement. That was the other twin. Would they have sacrificed the twin for the sake of a photo? No. Of course not. That would be extreme when all they had to do was fake the photo. But they screwed up. They used the wrong twin. (It helps to understand that it is not illegal to pull off public hoaxes, but that murder is a serious crime. Those who did this hoax did not want to risk going to jail.)
If they were about the business of actually killing people that weekend, they would have used one or the other. There would be no gaping holes in the story as shown by this photo evidence.
So we need to take another look at the gurney photograph:
Several things are odd – one, the eyes are open. It even appears as though mascara has been applied to darken the lashes, but that was done by the photo sleuths. This would indicate that the photo of a living Oswald was used. Second, that wound on his lower right does not look like a bullet wound. Surely it was probed by the coroner, but would he have taken off such a large swath of skin to examine it? In fact, I see three wounds – that wound, another in or near the armpit, and yet another on the left arm. This appears to be the body of a man who was in a knife fight. The wording on the blanket would be informative, but all I can make out is “Y SP DISTRICT.” Does that ring a bell with anyone?
I had the advantage of being able to blow the photo up really large to examine it. Since the ears lined up so well, I included it above the red line in this photo – the part that appears to have been pasted in on someone else’s body. But the ear showed a grainy texture not evident on the face, as if it were applied separately. But it does match Oswald in size, shape and location.
It appears this is a real cadaver. But that is not much help – it could be from Dallas or anywhere in the country. It could have been a photo from 1955 or 1963 for all we know. It could be Bethesda or Anchorage or anywhere. The one thing we know for sure is that the head is not that of the man who was supposedly shot by Jack Ruby. It is in fact the twin.
So welcome to the rabbit hole. For me, it is enough to know that Oswald did not die, nor did his twin. I am resurfacing at this point.