Recently by Ralph Cinque: The Man in the Doorway Was Oswald
It's always heartening to me to hear from people in response to my articles about the murder of John Kennedy because it tells me that interest in this crime of the century, this coup d'etat against America, is still strong and healthy.
And yesterday's article was no exception: I have heard from a lot of people, and most of them, the vast majority, have been very supportive. But, one person pointed out something that I missed, and it is absolutely blowing my mind.
First take a look at the picture of Oswald.
Look at his collar. His left collar is more clear than his right, so look to your right. Notice that it is a double collar. There is a large flap at the neck level, and then there is a longer, more tapered flap below the neck level. And you can see the notch between the two flaps. You could say that his shirt is designed more like a jacket.
Now look at the picture of Lovelady.
Look at his shirt. It has just one flap, right? And note that most men's shirts only have one flap. That's the standard thing. To look closer, you could try enlarging it. But, instead of using the plus button on your picture viewer, which lessens the resolution, I find that it's better to use a magnifying glass. But, there is definitely only one flap there.
Now look at the picture of Doorway Man:
It shows the double collar very clearly. You could also call it a lapel. There is a little lapel there, just like on a suit jacket. And it’s just like what we see on the larger picture of Oswald, who is wearing a nice tweed shirt with a dressy lapel. In the picture above, you can see the notch between the two flaps, and the two flaps together give the appearance of a question mark. That’s on the left side, close to the column. I realize that it’s small and subtle, but it’s still there- clearly and unmistakably. That little extra fold of material, that little extension, that little tail, proves that the Doorway Man can’t be Lovelady because Lovelady is not wearing that kind of a shirt. He is wearing a regular shirt with a simple collar, the kind that characterizes 98% of the shirts that men wear.
Finally, in the last picture, glance back and forth rapidly between Doorway Man and Lovelady. Do it quickly and repeatedly, but focus just on their collars. Try to dismiss everything else. And forget about the picture of Lovelady from 1971. That was a staged shot taken 8 years later. It looks like they may have tried to fold his shirt back some to make him look like Doorway Man. But, the picture to the right of that was taken on the day of the assassination. And clearly, there is just one flap to the collar and no extra lapel. It’s just a standard, one-collar shirt, as it most likely would have been, and as most shirts are. Check your own closet.
It’s not the same shirt, so it’s not the same man. There is no way that Lovelady could be the Doorway Man.
Do you realize what this means? It means that the Doorway Man was Oswald- unless they can come up with another Texas Schoolbook Depository employee who happened to look like him. And it means that Oswald could not have been on the 6th floor firing at Kennedy.
This means that it’s over. Game; Set; Match. There is tons of other evidence, but if there were no other evidence, this alone exonerates Oswald. He could not have killed Kennedy.
How does one go about contacting the Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder? It’s time to reopen the investigation of the murder of President Kennedy.
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