Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Let me explain why you cannot post a comment on my blog

I'm sorry for those people who would like to post a comment on my blog.  I've had to basically forbid it so as to prevent Ralph Cinque from bombarding me with hundreds of comments every time I create a post.



This village idiot from Buda, Texas is one relentless mofo who will never admit he's a total fraud. He will never admit he got anything wrong, or that anything he says is wrong, no matter how many times it's demonstrably shown to him and to all that what he's doing is totally wrong.  He'll wait, a week, or two, or a month or more and go right back to repeating his lie as though it was never presented, criticized, and debunked before.

He's the idiot behind this "Oswald Innocence Campaign," that has revived the false story that the famous photograph taken by James W "Ike" Altgens during the assassination, and I mean during the shooting, shows Oswald on the steps of the Texas School Book Depository.  In the foreground you can see through the windshield of the presidential limousine that JFK has been hit, perhaps twice, and that Governor Connally has been hit, but the fatal shot to JFK's head has not happened yet.  This idiot has polluted the hell out of the whole internet with one stupid image after another on this photo, and on other films, like the Tina Towner film, and the news films of Oswald being brought into the squad room of the Homicide and Robbery Bureau past a seated Billy Nolan Lovelady.

Cinque thinks Lovelady was never really there and that he was embedded into the news films.  Encouraged by James Fetzer, the father of all things stupid in JFK assassination research, Cinque believes the false story that Lovelady was wearing a red and white vertically striped, short sleeved shirt on the day of the assassination because two FBI guys said he did when they had Lovelady come to their Dallas FBI field office when they photographed him.  Lovelady was photographed three times in this shirt in February of 1964  So, therefore all the photos of a guy in a "I'm a lumberjack and I'm okay" plaid shirt are fake, that that guy was a fake Lovelady.  They think every photograph and film of Lovelady dressed in the lumberjack shirt is a fake.  They even think there were several fake Loveladys running around Dallas.  Cinque thinks there were two fake Loveladys in the squad room.  It takes too long to explain the rationale behind his stupid lies.  He's just a lying idiot.

Now its worth mentioning that Jones Harris went down to Texas from New York in December 1963 and actually met Lovelady.  So, Harris met the real man.  He was not limited to photographs and films.  He met Lovelady far to face.  And Harris tried to tell Fetzer that he's completely wrong, and Fetzer would have none of it.

Cinque has never once examined any actual photograph or film frame in this case.  Yet, he portends to be a photographic expert. His technique is to do side-by-side comparisons of shit copies of JFK assassination related films and photographs he stole off the internet.  He consistently uses the poorest copy he can find to attack the authenticity of a clearer, higher quality version.  The simple concept of generation loss as one moves further and further away from the camera original image the more and more of that image will be lost is completely lost on him.  He does not understand color loss, and contrast buildup.  He's an idiot.

It's all bullshit.  And I have a blog about him - Ralph Cinque is a Stupid Bitch.  There is an even better blog exposing Cinque for the lying fraud he is - Fetzering Against Rational Thought.

It is because of his antics that I had to put up a warning page, that you might be offended, because I do curse at this SOB.

I can't give you my main email address, or the other email addresses I have because the SOB would bombard them too.

So, stay tuned.  I will have more to say on the withheld JFK documents as soon as I can. I hope to have some real numbers by the end of March.

I have heard from some of you.  Thank you for the kind words and encouragement.  Stay tuned.


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