Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Oswald Leaving TSBD?



Is this Lee Harvey Oswald leaving the TSBD shortly after the assassination?

The blurry figure certainly has his figure, face shape and light brown shirt.

Can anyone identify the photo - or film frame and who took it?


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    1. Michaell, it is a still shot take from a film. I will get you the name of the photographer and post it asap. - BK

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  2. Sorry Bill,

    Looks like Billy Lovelady to me.

    --Tommy

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    1. Hi Tommy, I don't think so. It has the side profile of Oswald, the brown shirt. Lovelady went to the back of the TSBD after the shooting and was seen there by others. Though there should be others photos from other angles that will confirm or refute.

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  3. lovelady wore a red and white vertically striped shirt that day.

    this photo is incredible because it is lee.

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  4. ps to my previous comment - lovelady's shirt was also short sleeved.

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    1. Billy Lovelady was not wearing a short-sleeved shirt that day. He is clearly seen in the Dallas Cinema Associates (DCA) JFK assassination film "The Final Hour" wearing a long-sleeved, red-checkered shirt standing in front of the TSBD after the shooting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqMtbnBxIYU

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    2. At 4:42 a guy with a red checkered shirt. I say it is Billy Lovelady At 5:44 .... same guy. At 6:25 I see a different guy at the lower right step out hands in pockets ..not bald on the back of the head like Lovelady.... Wearing a different shade of long sleeve shirt not reddish but brownish...one like described by both Roy Truly and Officer Baker. I think that guy @ 6:25 is Lee Harvey Oswald I was downtown that day and saw the parade on Main St. I wore a long sleeve shirt that morning because it was chilly... but took it off later as it warmed up. I know there was a lady who claimed that she saw Oswald at work only in a white T-shirt perhaps just as I did, he took it off for awhile to lift boxes and busy stuff and then put it back on when he left.

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  5. Not sure but I think this frame is taken from the
    Couch film. The one showing the policeman running to the TSBD. The cop actually would have had to run past this guy standing in the TSBD entrance.

    Download Couch film here:

    http://www.jfk-online.com/films.html

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  6. The guy in this film frame is not wearing
    a short-sleeved shirt.

    He is clearly wearing a long-sleeved shirt.

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  7. Hi Bill

    That is a frame from the Darnell Film

    http://www.jfkassassinationgallery.com/thumbnails.php?album=19&page=2

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  8. well if y a 'cant love this lady..........man oh man

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  9. anthropologists non single lone nutter butter spreading theoretical apologists should be able to confirm...no?

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