Buell Wesley Frazier Dissents



From: dreitzes@aol.com (Dave Reitzes)
Subject: Wes Frazier dissents from "bag" absolution
Date: 26 Jul 2000 00:00:00 GMT
Message-ID: <20000726093303.10892.00000264@ng-fo1.aol.com>

From Gus Russo, Live by the Sword (Baltimore: Bancroft, 1998), p. 268:

[Is Lee Harvey Oswald absolved of guilt if he did not bring his rifle to work in the paper bag found on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository?]


When interviewed by the author in 1987, Frazier was firm in his belief that Oswald did not bring the rifle to work with him on the morning of the assassination. The package he carried was just too small. Frazier suggested, however, "He could have brought the rifle in to work at an earlier date, or in one piece at a time over several days."

In fact, as has been discussed in previous posts of mine, Russo has offered some rather startling new evidence suggesting that the rifle may not have been sitting in Irving all of November 1963, as many researchers of both LN and CT persuasions have long assumed.



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