FIRST the Rifle;
The Warren Report tells us that the rifle used to kill JFK found on the 6th floor of the TSBD was a WW II Italian surplus weapon of 6.5 mm.
Oswald allegedly ordered the rifle through a magazine add in Page 65 of the February 1963 issue of "American Rifleman". (see my copy below)
Page 65 below
Blow up of add below
Notice that Oswald ordered a 36' rifle with a scope.
Notice he did NOT order any ammo or clip.
See page 81 0f the WCR below (GPO Edition) Description of Rifle
HOW did Oswald order a 36" rifle & receive a 42" rifle?
Klein's also advertised a "40 inch Rifle>>>
WHY doesn't the rifle found in the TSBD (CE 139) resemble the rifle in the back yard photos? (CE 133-a)
Two different Rifles.
Notice "Oblong Sling Mounts" above.
Here are Blow-Ups of CE 133-a below
Notice "Round Sling Mounts" below.
More info on the rifle....
SO, "WHO'S" RIFLE WS IT? ? ?
Comparison Day ONE. (Below)
The above website stipulates that model 91/38 has "Side Sling mounts ONLY. (item #2)
Walt claims that it has "Dual sling mounts".
Which indicates that both rifles are the same rifle.
See someone the same height as Oswald carrying the Same model rifle in the same manner as Oswald>>>
Nothing seems to work for the WC's claims.
NOW LADIES & GENTLEMEN.......IT GETS WORSE.
HOW did the Police show the back yard photo to Oswald "HOURS" before it was Found????
Here is when it was found....
Here is when it was shown to Oswald. (WCR-607)
FINDING THE RIFLE
FINDING THE RIFLE…
Warren Report tell us on page 645:
rifle found on the sixth floor of the
finding:-Weitzman, the original source of the speculation that
the rifle was a
Mauser, and Deputy Sheriff Eugene
Boone found the weapon. Weitzman did not handle
rifle and did not examine it at close range. He had little more than a glimpse
a Mauser, a German bolt-type rifle similar in appearance to the
Police laboratory technicians subsequently arrived and correctly identified the
a 6.5 Italian rifle.
simple in and of itself. But as I Told you earlier the WR consists of 888 pages
based on 26 Volumes of Testimony and
Exhibits. And they were very selective in what
based their conclusions on. As stated above: Wietzman simply made a mistake.
XXIV Pg. 228 contains Wietzman's actual written statement dated 11/23/63.
(This is what he reported.)
"Yesterday November 22, 1963 I was standing on the corner of Main
and Houston, and as the
President passed and made his turn
going west towards Stemmens, I walked casually
At this time my partner was behind me and asked me something. I looked back at
3 shots. I ran in a northwest direction and scaled a fence towards where we
came from. Then someone said they thought the shots came from the old
THIS STATEMENT DOESN'T SUPPORT THE COMMISSION'S CLAIM THAT
WEITZMAN ONLY HAD
"GLIMPSE" OF THE WEAPON. (Does that description
sound like nothing more than just a "GLIMPSE"?
THE COMMISSION DIDN'T GIVE WEITZMAN THE CREDIT DUE HIM WHEN IT
HIS TESTIMONY IN VOLUME VII PG. 108 STATING THAT
HE WAS FAIRLY FAMILAR WITH RIFLES
BECAUSE HE OWNED A
SPORTING GOODS BUSINESS FOR A WHILE.
4. FOR MORE
CORROBURATION BOONE HAS A SHORTER REPORT ON PG. 507
OF THE SAME VOLUME.
BUT STILL DESCRIBING A "7.65 MAUSER WITH ATELESCOPIC SITE."
IDENTIFICATION OF THE RIFLE FOUND ON THE SIXTH FLOOR AS A 7.65
MAUSER "BY CAPTAIN
FRITZ" IS FURTHER EVIDENCED IN THE TESTIMONY OF DEPUTY BOONE IN VOLUME III Pg. 295.
BALL: There is one question. Did you hear anybody refer to
this rifle as a Mauser that day?
BOONE: Yes, I did. And at first, not knowing what it was, I thought it
was a 7.65 Mauser.
BALL: Who refered to it as a Mauser that day?
BOONE: I believe Captain Fritz. He had knelt down there to look at it,
and before he removed
not knowing what it was, he said
that is what it looks like. This is when Lieutenant
Day, I believe
his name is, the ID man was getting ready
to photograph it. We were
just discussing it back and
and forth. And he said
it looks like a 7.65 Mauser.
BALL: Thank you.
THE CHAIRMAN: Thank you very much Sheriff. You have been very
OMMITTING THESE FACTS MAKES IT A
we're on the subject of omissions, take a look at CE #2143 on pg. 754 of
It's a press conference with
"Q. What is the name of the rifle that was found in the sixth floor
of the Depository
"Curry. That was__" (That's where CE #2143 ENDS)
Pg. 761, Curry states that the
pg. 766 Curry states that there were three (3) witnesses to the murder of
(The WC tells us of Helen Markham and Domingo Benavides.
Neither of which could pick
Oswald out of a Police line_up) Who was the third
witness that the WC totally ignored?
Was it Aquilla Clemmons who stated that TWO
(2) men killed Tippitt.
One of whom
resembled Jack Ruby! (see Rush To Judgement by
Warren Report tells us that Oswald's palm print was found on one of the book
used for the sniper's nest.
don't find that at all amazing considering that Oswald worked in that area all
Wha I DO find
amazing is that they also found TWENTY-FIVE (25) "other" prints. Only
of which they could match with TSBD employees, Dallas P.D. and FBI.
CONCERN WHATSOEVER OVER WHO THE 25th PRINT BELONGED TO!
SECOND, THE AMMO;
Page 646 of the WCR states the ammo is "Currently Manufactured".
Below is the Truth.
As stated above, if the ammo on the Commercial was Unreliable.
Where did Oswald get Reliable Ammo?
Here is a Possible answer. (above)
Below; Different Bullets?
WHAT IN HECK WAS Western Cartridge doing making Ammo FOR Italy DURING WW II???
FROM VOLUME XXVI Page 62
This used to be a Crime called "Trading with the Enemy".
Hoover was looking for a SECOND Rifle>>>
Below Ruth Paine makes note of rifle purchase by Oswald.
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