#1067 – Johnny Cairns

 

  • Article: A Presumption of Innocence: Lee Harvey Oswald, Part 3 by Johnny Cairns
  • Part 1 and Part 2 of this series by Johnny Cairns
  • Commission Exhibit (CE) 142 (the paper bag)
  • CE 399 (the magic bullet)
  • CE 543, 544, 545 (shells found on the sixth floor)
  • The shells were picked up from the floor before they were photographed
  • FREE Download EbookImpossible: The Case Against Lee Harvey Oswald (PDF) by Barry Krusch
  • The chain of custody for the shells is nonexistent
  • Lt. Day testified that the shell was marked by someone who was not at the crime scene
  • According to the WC, the shells were discovered by Deputy Sheriff Luke Mooney
  • Day did not mark the shells at the scene of the crime even though they were in his possession
  • He placed these unmarked shells into an unsealed envelope
  • Under these circumstances, how could Day swear under oath that the shells being presented in evidence
    against Oswald were the same ones allegedly found in the aftermath of the president’s murder?
  • The shells would never have been admitted into evidence in a trial against Oswald
  • Dent in the shell (CE 543)
  • FREE Download EbookSix Seconds in Dallas by Josiah “Tink” Thompson
  • Not a single box of ammunition was found among Oswald’s belongings
  • What should have happened regarding the chain of custody for the shells
  • Oswald would not have been convicted at the trial
  • The palm prints on the rifle
  • The bulk of the core evidence was transferred to the FBI on 11.23.1963
  • www.patspeer.com
  • Unsmoking the Gun by Pat Speer
  • The 1993 PBS Frontline program Who Was Lee Harvey Oswald?
  • Johnny Cairns’ book Case Not Closed to be released shortly

 

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