You neglect one very important point. Brennan
said he saw a man appear and disappear through an
OPEN window on 6th floor of TSBD in the minutes before
the assassination. Thus, it was a sunny that day and
he was standing directly across the street from the
TSBD so he clearly could have seen someone in that
specific window. But without any corroboration
of his testimony, his eyewitness account is just that
-- his personal observations.
--- Spicy Birch <spiciestbirch@...
> John Gooch <jgooch77@...> wrote:
> ...I also doubt he could have made a positive
> identification of Oswald, who was on the 6th floor
> of the Tex. School Book Depository and a good
> distance away from him.<<<<<<<
> I doubt it, too. I don't think he could see as much
> as he would like for us to believe, or that he
> believes his own self. I haven't taken a good look
> yet at what others were able to see from that area.
> I've been there. My general impression is that it
> would be difficult to see in that window from Mr.
> Brennan's viewpoint. I've chatted a bit with someone
> who has been there, and said the view of inside the
> window is just fine. *shrug* The Secret Service is
> obliged to scan that area. Did any of them see
> anything there? Regardless of what he did or did not
> see, his perception of what he saw was altered by
> viewing Oswald's photograph. It's far from the
> "positive identification" some folks think it is.
> HAHAHAH! You do realize we're talking about our
> perception of his perception? Gawd! LOL, I'd better
> go for now.
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