David Von Pein Posted February 8, 2013 Share Posted February 8, 2013 (edited) ...today the crime is now solvable in a genuine way. It's "solvable" from DiEugenio's conspiratorial point-of-view, even though Jimmy has no idea who the assassins really are. You've got a great case there for sure, Jim. A "solvable" case with nobody to arrest. Lovely. ---------- "The dreadful illogic and superficiality of the conspiracy theorists' modus operandi has inevitably resulted in the following situation: Though they have dedicated their existence to trying to poke holes in the Warren Commission's findings, they have failed abysmally to tell us (if the Warren Commission was wrong) what actually did happen. In other words, other than blithely tossing out names, they have failed to offer any credible evidence of who, if not Oswald, killed Kennedy. Nor have they offered any credible evidence at all of who the conspirators behind the assassination were. So after more than forty years, if we were to rely on these silly people, we'd have an assassination without an assassin (since, they assure us, Oswald didn't kill Kennedy), and a conspiracy without conspirators. Not a simple achievement." -- Vincent Bugliosi Edited February 8, 2013 by David Von Pein Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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