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Kathy Beckett

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  1. Cheese

    "This paper will no doubt be found interesting by those who take an interest in it." John Dalton
  2. Time Team

    I'm sure we could put up an Archaeology section, though.
  3. Time Team

    Evan, i don't think anyone has an outside source for this, aside from you tube, and we don't want any copyright infringements.
  4. Jim Marrs Has Passed Away

    How very, very sad. His was the first book i read on the Assassination. RIP, Jim.
  5. "Copyright It shouldn't be surprising that similar legal issues surround the online posting and distribution of copyrighted materials. The content providers (the performers, writers, artists, and retailers) want to protect their copyrighted materials. Many website operators also want to abide by copyright laws, but they're concerned about new laws that could stifle the dynamic growth of the Internet. Online bulleting boards make it especially easy for someone to upload a song, story or image to a bulletin board. The bulletin board operator then stores the digital file, and someone can come along and download the file. Generally, the bulletin board operator is liable for violations of copyright laws. Clearly, the poster is also liable for copyright infringement. An interesting line of cases dealt with the Church of Scientology's Religious Technology Center ("RTC"). RTC sued several former Scientologists for copyright infringement and trade secret violations. This arose out of the defendants' posting of Scientology materials on the Internet. Overall, the cases held that individuals who post the infringing materials are liable for copyright infringement. In some cases, the law will hold website and bulletin board operators liable too. They should use available technologies to prevent materials from being copied. Moreover, after they know about the infringement, they need to take appropriate steps to prevent additional infringement. Even a high traffic forum probably doesn't remove the operator's duty to prevent the unlawful distribution of copyrighted materials. In March 1999, Novell secured a landmark judgement against a Belgium Internet bulletin board system operator. He said there were too many postings to have to monitor everything. However, the judgment confirmed that the operator was liable for allowing someone to post unlicensed software" http://www.thsh.com/Publications/Other-Publications/Defamation-And-Copyright-Infringement-Online.aspx
  6. Ramon, It's a dangin' copyright violation, and threatening to publish it anyway may create legal problems for you as well as whoever hosts it. Please do not publish it here.
  7. Mystery Man?

    Just go to Google, search "Black Dog Man", and cut the link and paste it in the post. If you upload it only, folks who are not members can't see it.
  8. Houston Mock Trial in November

    Well, Shucky derns! We didn't make the list. De gustibus non est disputandum.
  9. Why didn't Richard let the princes be seen after the rumors of their deaths began? Since he had already bastardized them, how would it have hurt? Even Elizabeth Woodville, their mother, believed they were dead, so much so that she backed Henry VII and conspired together with Margaret Beaufort to unite Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. Why would she do this if there were any likelihood of them being alive? There was an imposter prince prior to Perkin Warbeck--Lambert Simnel. Simnel was said to be Earl of Warwick but was found out later to be a commoner. The real Earl was already imprisoned in the Tower at the time of Simnel's appearance The fact that an impostor prince had been offered prior to that, makes Perkin's claim suspicious. It does not require a lot of thought as to the motive of Richard III to have the princes killed because had he let them live, there would be those who would back them as entitled to the throne. This is also a big reason to me that shows Warbeck was not a prince. He could've created an uprising against Richard III when of age.
  10. Anna Watts

    She doesn't have to be interested in JFK to be a member here.
  11. Joe, we just created it less than an hour ago. . This was not an admonishment. I didn't know where to announce it.
  12. We have created a sub forum for all things Trump: http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?/forum/278-trump-campaign-and-presidency-discussion/
  13. From Debra's Facebook page: Debra Conway-JfkLancer 3 mins · My precious sister and your dear friend, Sherry Fiester, has passed away. She was surrounded by her loving family, had no pain, and went peacefully into her eternal sleep. Sherry's huband, Paul, would like to thank all of you for your kind words and affection for Sherry, as well as the acceptance of her contributions to the JFK Community where she had made many friends. Sherry's daughter Ashley is writing an Obituary that I will share here online and at the Lancer website. It was her wish not to have a funeral and so I believe it would be best to celebrate her life together this November. The family thanks everyone who followed Sherry's work and became her friend. Thank you for your donations for her care. It is much appreciated. When I return home, I plan to place flowers on the South Knoll and invite you to do the same. Sherry would love that. Debra White Conway Debra, I'm so very sorry. :'( I really liked her. Kathy

    We are adding a new posting rule, and it is this: Posters will not bump threads, after they have posted in them, for a period of 24 hours, for any reason. We don't see the need for bumping a thread prior to this time period.

    Posters will not bump threads, after they have posted in them, for a period of 24 hours, for any reason. We don't see the need for bumping a thread prior to this time period.
  16. JFK Trivia Game

    Look ,this is supposed to be a fun Q and A game. Cut out the other stuff.
  17. Bishop

    Hey , Thomas, I don't think you have any business editing someone else's quotes in the quote box, even if you use a different color. That is what they wrote. It's their work. If you have a problem with what they wrote, then copy the particular text to the reply area, and then you can make comments on what you think it should say.
  18. This is great news, Doug!
  19. Robert Hughes And The Cut Apart Policeman

    Brad, I 've been around for a long time, and was a member at Lancer since 2006, here since 2007. I have seen a lot of JFK forums, and been a member of quite a few. I know several people over the years that have different ideas of what appears in a photo. I also know that some people are a little more set in their beliefs than others, and will put a quite a strong fight, and it becomes personal. (Have you read the old threads--go back a few years-same thing) Like I wrote you in the PM I sent you, the Ed forum is an historical record which we try to preserve, because we have had a lot of researchers who are no longer among us, and we want to continue to provide their work, and the work of our current community. All I did was provide the link that was referenced, and state that the thread appeared continuous. Someone who would've just read the thread, and not seen the link, may have thought Robin did something. That you believe that ROKC may be responsible, I find funny, but you are allowed to believe what you wish. I don't agree. And that's fine.
  20. Robert Hughes And The Cut Apart Policeman

    Just an FYI: This is regarding the post that Mr. Butler made to James, re Robin removing a conversation on the passport thread. I reviewed the thread about Oswald's passports photo here: Robin is a respected member of this community, and I believe it is important to clear his name, in regard to this. I cannot see where Robin contributed anywhere to it, and the flow of the thread appears continuous.
  21. For indications of interest, please add your name to this thread.
  22. ...to the Political Discussion Area. We are getting complaints, and in truth, those threads don't belong over here in the JFK area, anyway. If you wish to start threads dealing with today's politics, put them in the Political Discussion area. If any more are posted in the JFK Debate area, we will hide them from view.
  23. I can assure you that Dan Doyle is not Brian. Chris, your post was hidden because Dan isn't Brian. Also, I am well aware of what Mr.Doyle has posted about us at Duncan's forum as well as DPF, when he was running around telling everyone we banned him, which we didn't do. I made a copy of all of it. I was a bit surprised both that he was saying those things when he was already in a bit of doo, and him thinking he was banned, when he could still log in. Oh, well....
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  25. We have reopened this thread. Please post evidence that you have with respect to your position. Do not expect others to go looking for your evidence for you. It is your responsibility to do so.