It has been 53 years since John F. Kennedy was assassinated. To this very day, the bullshit theories from the two Oswalds horseshit to the Zapruder film being fake unfortunately continue to pollute online assassination forums. Meanwhile, those of us at Greg Parker’s ROKC forum continue to bring to light new research to move the case forward with the hope of having it reopened for a new investigation. We believe the best way to do this is to obtain HD scans of the original Weigman and Darnell films taken at the time of the assassination; which we believe (with the utmost confidence) will show Lee Harvey Oswald standing on the front steps of the TSBD building at the time of the assassination. For those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about, be sure to check out Bart Kamp’s fantastic movie on the topic of “Prayer Man” (see here).
Instead of supporting our goal to obtain these HD scans of both films, there are so-called researchers out there who would much rather talk about there being two Oswalds, the Zapruder film being faked, and how many shots were fired; amongst other things. I wholeheartedly believe that these people are wasting time; as it is highly unlikely that any of these topics will get the case reopened. Mind you, when I first started this blog, I was very interested in the medical and ballistics evidence. However, after joining the ROKC forum, my focus shifted towards trying to uncover the identities of those involved in framing Oswald; and on the “Prayer Man” research. There are certain so-called researchers of ill repute who constantly trash the “Prayer Man” research by making the utterly absurd claim that “Prayer Man” is not Oswald but rather a woman. However, anyone with a properly functioning brain and properly functioning eyes can clearly see that “Prayer Man” is a male figure who looks like Oswald.
Aside from the woman claim, there are those who claim that if Oswald was the designated patsy, it would be absurd for the conspirators to allow him to stand outside the TSBD during the assassination. Although I can empathize with this line of thinking, I don’t think it really mattered. Let me explain why. First of all, as I’m sure any rational human being can appreciate, someone had to be held accountable for the President’s assassination. There was no way in hell the Dallas Police Department (who had jurisdiction for the crime) were going to tell the American public; let alone the entire world, that they had no idea who was responsible for the President’s murder. Just think of the utter humiliation it would bring to them. The corruption of the DPD and the then district attorney, Henry Wade, has been well documented by several researchers. For example, be sure to check out Greg Parker’s terrific essay entitled “Oswald’s Alibi and the Reid Interrogation Technique” (click here).
As we all know, within forty five minutes of the President’s assassination (depending on what time you think it happened) Dallas Policeman J. D. Tippit was gunned down. As I have stated elsewhere, I believe that the whole purpose of the Tippit murder was to ensure the DPD would nail Oswald to the wall for the President’s assassination. There is plenty of reason to believe this was the case (see my essay “Gerald Hill and the Framing of Lee Harvey Oswald” for example). Just think; is it really just a big fat coincidence that of all the people who could have been murdered soon after the President’s assassination, it just happened to be a Dallas cop? I don’t think so. The bottom line for me is that it doesn’t matter if Oswald was standing on the front steps of the TSBD at the time of the assassination; as the DPD were going to publicly declare him the President’s assassin because of the Tippit murder.
Although I could go on, other bullshit claims against Oswald being “Prayer Man” have been soundly dealt with at the ROKC forum and elsewhere. Besides, NOTHING (and I mean NOTHING) these time wasters say will ever change the mountain of evidence showing (beyond a reasonable doubt) that Oswald was “Prayer Man.” They will just have to learn to live with it. I apologise if I sound somewhat smug/condescending with some of the things I said above, but I felt that they needed to be said. In closing, the likes of Sean Murphy, Richard Hocking, Greg Parker, Ed LeDoux, Stan Dane, Terry Martin, Bart Kamp and others deserve the utmost praise for their efforts concerning the “Prayer Man” research.