And there is also Pauline Sanders’ FBI statement from March 19th 1964 which states that sheleft the lunch room at approximately 12:20! Yet her Nov 24th statement, which I personally
regard as a ‘fixed’ statement, states she left at 11:25 AM, an hour before the motorcade was
expected to pass by the TSBD!
2-is the observation brought forward of Oswald sitting down and eating lunch in that
particular lunch room.
Kamp never stops to consider that Pauline Sanders' Nov 24th statement corroborated Carolyn Arnold's 12:25 time and the fixing he suspects was FBI changing it to 11:25 instead. When they couldn't control her testimony in March '64 she said 12:20.
The second floor lunchroom was for office staff and management only. The labourers only had
access to this lunch room to grab a drink quickly and to get out and eat their lunch outside or
downstairs on the first floor in the Domino Room.
Irrelevant. Carolyn Arnold was a witness who was there and was firm about what she witnessed. Kamp is just a nervy ROKC evidence hacker with the hubris to place himself and his transparent contrivances before a real witness. If anything, being a CIA operative, Oswald knew he had nothing to fear from this and enjoyed a Depository status well beyond any of the others. Besides, everyone was out front and no one would know the difference. Kamp is so used to looking through his narrow lens that he misses the bigger picture. If Kamp were a better detective he might realize that maybe Oswald lied and said he was downstairs in the Domino Room in order to avoid any laborer in the lunchroom issues.
Roy Edward Lewis confirmed this in Larry
Sneed’s No More Silence and Billy Lovelady was another one who stated he had gotten a drink
for his lunch from that very same lunch room on the second floor and made his way down and
eventually consumed his beverage and his lunch on the front steps.
Furthermore if Oswald had been sitting there, other office employees who had lunch before
they went downstairs would have noticed and mentioned this. Yet no one did.
If Kamp were a better detective he would realize that the others went downstairs before Oswald and would therefore be much more likely to have seen Oswald at 12:15 than 12:25.
Kamp is dishonestly trying to say Carolyn Arnold said she saw Oswald in the foyer when she left the building but didn't want to get involved when Golz interviewed her in 1978. The truth is Carolyn Arnold was adamant that she did not see Oswald in the lobby and FBI must have added that.