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Happy Spring!

Let's set our focus once again upon the only unidentified individual in Commission Exhibit 1381, where in a string of FBI statements no one claims the specific position where he stands on Friday, November 22, 1963 *before, *during and *after the ambush of a duly elected representative of the People.

Here he is amid ongoing enhancement ---->

and once more--*AF914--zooming in upon his head ---->
*AF1201

Excuse me for a second, Fido is signaling with his wet nose he wants to go out and answer Nature's call. Brat.

Now, back to the theme of today's post. Using the available evidence that wasn't contrived, nor should have seen the light of day, Let's follow this man's movements *before, *during and *after our beloved president was slain by a Judas cabal gone mad.

Let's begin with his brown shirt worn that afternoon, courtesy of Warren Commission Exhibit 150 ---->

and now a frontal of their evidence

Familiarize yourself with the colour and shape of these images...it will make for much easier recall as we delve deeper into this post. We already see in the previous images how the pattern corresponds with the only unidentified individual in CE 1381.

Let's establish that just minutes before the presidential limousine enters the ambush zone where the wrongly accused was. In his September 25, 1977 appearance before the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA), James "Junior" Jarman shares within his testimony a key component of his own timeline movements. He tells the Committee he and a fellow Texas School Book Depository (TSBD) employee, Harold Norman, left their initial positions in front of the building to return inside and take a rear elevator up to the 5th floor.

Simultaneously, at this particular time between 12:23PM--12:25PM (Jarman's words, not mine), Charles Bronson was filming, aiming his camera at this point in time trained upon the corner of Houston and Elm, where an ambulance is seen in his film, coming to the aide of a gentleman experiencing an epileptic seizure. What's more, Bronson's camera also pans the TSBD, where there is movement of two individuals in the southeast sixth floor window.

*Save Here...to fetch Fido.

None of those two individuals were the wrongly accused, who at this same time was sitting downstairs in the rear lunch room on the first floor. We know this time is confirmed via the wrongly accused telling his interrogators how many people he saw at this time, and their specific colours and names as well (Jarman & Norman). Not possible for anyone up on the sixth floor facing the front of the building laying in ambush (please excuse the eyeroll) to have any idea what was happening at the rear of the building, let alone what floor any specific action occurs.

Now, after confirming Jarman's Committee testimony, the wrongly accused now makes his way towards to the front of the building, at some point stepping outside into the crisp Autumn air, where he is captured *before (Wiegman film); *during (Couch film); and, *after (Darnell film) the ambush.

So, let's now turn our attention to where Mr. Brown Shirt goes and does looong after he is supposed to be in the same space as Officer Tippitt way across town.

*BRB...

Mr. Frazier (Buell Wesley) offers up a curious observation about the wrongly accused being at the corner of Houston & Elm. His words bears truth. Here's the wrongly accused, courtesy of photographer Ernest Charles Mantesana (filming during the aftermath of the ambush), capturing the gentleman wearing CE 150's clothing (a brown shirt and grey coloured pants) ---->

and here's a close up ---->
*Credit: Mantesana

Let's track their clothing evidence to the next destination. After Mr. Frazier makes his observation of seeing the wrongly accused up on the corner there (smart move, Mr. Frazier, to hedge your bets, sneaking in a clue without revealing your hand wink-wink), he is captured again in the filming sequences of the Martin and Hughes film returning to the steps leading into the TSBD ---->

Here's the Warren Commission's clothing evidence again, walking up the stairs and into the TSBD (note colour of shirt and pants) ---->



*Credit: Martin

Again, nowhere near the 10th & Patton scene across town as the decades old tall-tale implies...

Of course, there's yet two more occasions we see Mr. Brown Shirt wearing their evidence--brown shirt & grey coloured pants...at his Midnight Press Conference, where he is professing his innocent; and in the next photo outside of the Texas Theatre as well ---->


Texas Theatre

Lest anyone thinks even for a second that the Brown Shirt man is Billy Nolan Lovelady the following picture should clear that up (note balding Lovelady on the right-bottom) ---->


*Credit: Martin Film, taken after 12:55PM on Friday, November 22, 1963

The last time we see the wrongly accused in CE-150 is here ---->

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6rKt4xovdw

What a very telling remark, "I don't even know what I'm here for"....There's a reason for that. The wrongly accused did not shoot anybody. Anybody.
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Updated 05-05-2019 at 04:41 PM by Alan Ford

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  1. Alan Ford's Avatar
    Notes:

    *Follow up on both Pierce Allman and Terrance Ford substantiation of Oswald’s account of directing them to a phone in the lobby on the first floor (this action is not consistent w/an assassin making a quick exit out of Dodge). But certainly consistent with someone who was taking in the scene around him without a care in the world.

    *Then rework/review the wrongly accused in NO ----->

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q...6535&FORM=VIRE

    Some government entity is financing his activities (so much for all the horse manure about a loner)

    *Continue to work the bright and contrast buttons on Warren De Brueys, especially in clip w/staged fight scene in NO. These guys lead an innocent lamb to slaughter.

    while reviewing above film later this week...
    fetch some Eagles and use this classic for now ---->

    https://www.bing.com/search?q=three+...NG1CR&crslsl=0