Demolishing The Warren Report

Source: Freeman’s Perspective
by Paul Rosenberg

“If we want to believe the Warren Commission, we must say that Oswald chose to bypass the perfect angle for his shots — an angle that is immediately obvious upon looking out the window — and instead chose a terrible angle … that he preferred to shoot at a faster-moving car rather than a slow-moving car, that he preferred it farther rather than closer, that he wanted it going away from him rather than toward him, that he was happy with more obstructions and shooting from an uncomfortable position. … That there’s a huge hole, right at the center of the Warren Commission’s narrative. There is no way that Oswald — or any of us who are sane — would bypass a perfect angle for this deed, one that almost guaranteed success, and instead chose an extremely difficult angle with a poor chance of success.” (05/21/23)