Jump to content
The Education Forum

Source of Quote?


William Kelly
 Share

Recommended Posts

Can anyone identify the person who said or wrote:

"I remember feeling outraged when I realized what they have done. Evidently, the Warren records were like a vast lumberyard.

By picking up a few pieces here and there, and doing some cutting and fitting, any theory could be built for which someone had a blueprint."

Thanks,

BK

JFKcountercoup

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Can anyone identify the person who said or wrote:

"I remember feeling outraged when I realized what they have done. Evidently, the Warren records were like a vast lumberyard.

By picking up a few pieces here and there, and doing some cutting and fitting, any theory could be built for which someone had a blueprint."

Thanks,

BK

JFKcountercoup

Now that she is apparently a member of this forum, I thought I'd start a thread on Jean Davison's book Oswald's Game.

Jean wrote, "I remember feeling outraged when I realized what (Mark) Lane had done. Evidently, the Warren records were like a vast lumberyard. By picking up a few pieces here and there, and doing some cutting and fitting, any theory could be built for which someone had a blueprint."

Does Gerald Posner summon the same outrage from Jean for all her attention to detail and accuracy and his failure to do so?

Bill Kelly

bkjfk3@yahoo.com

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Can anyone identify the person who said or wrote:

"I remember feeling outraged when I realized what they have done. Evidently, the Warren records were like a vast lumberyard.

By picking up a few pieces here and there, and doing some cutting and fitting, any theory could be built for which someone had a blueprint."

Thanks,

BK

JFKcountercoup

Now that she is apparently a member of this forum, I thought I'd start a thread on Jean Davison's book Oswald's Game.

Jean wrote, "I remember feeling outraged when I realized what (Mark) Lane had done. Evidently, the Warren records were like a vast lumberyard. By picking up a few pieces here and there, and doing some cutting and fitting, any theory could be built for which someone had a blueprint."

Does Gerald Posner summon the same outrage from Jean for all her attention to detail and accuracy and his failure to do so?

Bill Kelly

bkjfk3@yahoo.com

Thank you Michael,

I knew Jean had contributed something worthwhile. It's just a shame that she can't recognize that the house she built was the blueprint for the Patsy.

Oswald's Game was the Great Game - the same one practiced by Sun Tzu, Mata Hari, Allen Dulles and George DeMohrenschildt.

BK

http://jfkcountercoup.blogspot.com/

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Please sign in to comment

You will be able to leave a comment after signing in



Sign In Now
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...