Appendix A: Oswald was in the doorway during the assassination of JFK

Jim Fetzer

Separating issues, I am publishing two additional demonstrations of the power of new research techniques to establish new findings, even about a case as old as the assassination of JFK. Larry Rivera, whose brilliant work has confirmed that “Noah Pozner” was created as a fictitious character by using photos and films of Michael Vabner as a child, has also exposed the darkest secret of the “Deep State”.


For those who would appreciate Larry’s brilliance in nailing down the identity of “Doorman”, check out the following presentation, where you will gain further understanding of the application of the principles of photogrammetry (by applying mathematical precision to the analysis of photographic images) has contributed to solving the greatest murder mystery in history–the assassination of JFK.

This is the portion of the Altgens6, as it is technically known, that shows the figures whose identities has been the subject of intense scrutiny. The figure in the middle, who appears to be missing his left shoulder, is known as “Doorman”, while the figure to his left (to our right, holding his hands above his eyes to protect them from the sun) is known as “Black Hole Man”. The challenge has been to establish their identities.

Ralph Cinque was the first to emphasize that the clothing they were wearing was the key to their identity, since Doorman is wearing clothing strikingly similar to that Lee Oswald was wearing when he was arrested. The Warren Commission, however, concluded that Doorman was instead Billy Lovelady, a coworker, who himself observed that he thought it was odd they should be confused, since he was 2-3 inches shorter and 15-20 pounds heavier. 

Here are two of the many gifs that Larry produced to prove that “Doorman” was Lee Oswald and a third showing that “Black Hole Man” was actually Billy Lovelady. So, while they were both in the doorway at the same time, the government traded upon ambiguity to claim that Doorman was Billy Lovelady. Larry’s research has thereby conclusively settled one of the most enduring controversies in the history of JFK research:

Proof “Doorman” was Lee Harvey Oswald
Proof “Doorman” was not Billy Lovelady
Proof Billy Lovelady was “Black Hole Man”

That Lee was standing in the doorway of the Texas School Book Depository at the time the motorcade was passing by means not only that he cannot have been “the lone gunman”, as the Warren Commission portrayed him, but that he cannot have even been one of the shooters. And this turns out to be the deepest secret about the death of JFK. A new book that I have edited on the assassination, JFK: Who, How and Why (2017), is about to appear:

Jim Fetzer, a former Marine Corps officer, is McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

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