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Curtis Berkley

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  1. I am somewhat familiar with criminal prosecution, and yes, I can tell you that LHO would have been found guilty, and easily. You can look at it anecdotally when compared to other successful murder convictions, or specifically as to this particular instance, and the result is the same. Marcia Clark could convict LHO in San Francisco, and if juror instructions were given in the AM, they'd likely be home by supper. There are hundreds (thousands?) of murderers who are sitting in prison right now, and who had a fraction of the evidence stacked against them, as Oswald would have. You don't have
  2. Curtis, I'm astonished by the lack of critical acumen you've shown here. But I sure do admire your writing skills. Don't mistake articulated verbosity for intelligence.
  3. I'm digesting the other and recent posts in this thread - all great stuff - and will try to respond in detail when I have a free moment to do so. But the genuine sentimentality of Kathy's posting "my President" struck me as being particularly poignant, and I wanted to quickly comment on it.It's far too easy to forget the tragedy of that day, and to become lost amidst the wash of agendas, debates, facts, and all manners of secondary minutiae, and with myself being notably - perhaps, chiefly - included. I believe that a part of our national psyche died that day, and that we've suffered with it,
  4. I'm digesting the other and recent posts in this thread - all great stuff - and will try to respond in detail when I have a free moment to do so. But the genuine sentimentality of Kathy's posting "my President" struck me as being particularly poignant, and I wanted to quickly comment on it. It's far too easy to forget the tragedy of that day, and to become lost amidst the wash of agendas, debates, facts, and all manners of secondary minutiae, and with myself being notably - perhaps, chiefly - included. I believe that a part of our national psyche died that day, and that we've suffered wit
  5. Should I also add Dr. Shaw to the list of conspirators? If so, please cite the requisite proof that supports your claim that he only later changed his story, and once "agendas had been established". Absent some compelling evidence, it's a baseless claim, and you appear to simply be unwilling to abandon it.
  6. James - didn't the same doctor also admit that he had not closely examined the wound when he made that statement, and later recanted it? If so, doesn't that put it to rest?
  7. LHO would be convicted in any court in America, and neither Daniel Webster nor Alan Dershowitz could save him. It would make the Clay Shaw deliberations look near epic, in comparison. I understand that many may disagree with this, but that's my opinion.
  8. Lusty Bickerer sounds like the lead character in an adult-themed re-do of Stone's JFK.I'll take it. regardless, Stone's JFK-the movie set back WCR supporters and the report 25 years.... they've never recovered, and never will. I couldn't agree more. If there was a worse face for the CTers than Jim Garrison, which is difficult to even imagine, it was topped when Oliver Stone took the mantle.
  9. But the hole in the shirt does not match up with the "wound" depicted in the autopsy photo. There is a 2+ inch discrepancy. The clothing evidence, for which there is a chain of possession, trumps the autopsy photo -- for which there is no chain of possession. Admittedly, it's been awhile since I saw the NOVA documentary, but do I correctly recall that they explained the disparity between the wounds location and the clothing, by how JFK's arm was raised, resting on the ledge of the window? Is that explanation somehow insufficient, and if so, on what grounds? No, you missed it. Some SBT d
  10. But the hole in the shirt does not match up with the "wound" depicted in the autopsy photo. There is a 2+ inch discrepancy. The clothing evidence, for which there is a chain of possession, trumps the autopsy photo -- for which there is no chain of possession. Admittedly, it's been awhile since I saw the NOVA documentary, but do I correctly recall that they explained the disparity between the wounds location and the clothing, by how JFK's arm was raised, resting on the ledge of the window?Is that explanation somehow insufficient, and if so, on what grounds? Curtis, glance down upon your
  11. Lusty Bickerer sounds like the lead character in an adult-themed re-do of Stone's JFK. I'll take it.
  12. Asked and answered on my time in the Navy. Nothing coy about it, gave a relatively thorough description. You were a CryptoTech? If so, then so much has come snapping into focus, and I now have a much better prism by which to read your posts, Greg. Thanks for that.
  13. But the hole in the shirt does not match up with the "wound" depicted in the autopsy photo. There is a 2+ inch discrepancy. The clothing evidence, for which there is a chain of possession, trumps the autopsy photo -- for which there is no chain of possession. Admittedly, it's been awhile since I saw the NOVA documentary, but do I correctly recall that they explained the disparity between the wounds location and the clothing, by how JFK's arm was raised, resting on the ledge of the window? Is that explanation somehow insufficient, and if so, on what grounds? No, you missed it. Some SBT
  14. Or, if anyone may perhaps most prefer: "When you resort to attacking the messenger and not the message, you have lost the debate. - Addison Whithecomb
  15. "It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it." -Joseph Joubert
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