The General Walker Shooting, Part Two
JFK researcher Steve Roe is back with another blog post on the latest articles on the General Walker shooting. This time he looks at the letter that Oswald left for his wife on the night of the shooting:
At some point in all this, logic and common sense have to be applied. While some people question Marina's testimony as being totally truthful, we can say without a doubt she never disclosed her husband's involvement with the Walker shooting until she was shown that letter. At that point, she did admit it after hiding the fact from interrogators.
Does anyone really think Marina made this whole General Walker story out of thin air? She was already up to her eyeballs under stress with her husband's murder of the President and Officer Tippit, why make up this fantastic story about General Walker?
Previous Steve Roe Posts on the Walker Shooting
An analysis of the bullet that was fired at General Walker.
An analysis of the letter Oswald left for his wife.
Oswald continued to stalk Walker after his murder attempt.
A rebuttal to an article on James DiEugenio's website.
An analysis of a film shot by John T. Martin.
An analysis of supposed issues with CE 573.