Pat Speer Posted March 8, 2013 Share Posted March 8, 2013 David Mantik is a close friend. He and I spent some time with another friend, Noel Twyman, a few months ago. During lunch, David had to chuckle when I mentioned the "Moorman in the Street" issue. He had no trouble at all admitting that John Costella, PhD had demonstrated that he (Mantik) had been mistaken about her location and that Moorman was probably on the grass at the time she took her photo. He didn't hesitate, wince, wiggle or squirm about it. He is human. Humans make mistakes. All humans make mistakes. In this instance, regarding David Mantik, it appears that Pat Speer has demonstrated that he too is human. Hopefully, he can say he's WORNG (sic). I'm confused, Greg. Are you saying that I should admit I'm WORNG about Mantik, or wrong about the X-ray, which Mantik refuses to admit he is wrong about it. If the latter, you need to look at the slide I've posted, using Mantik's exhibits, which prove to an absolute certainty that he's wrong about the location of the lead smudge. If the former, well, yeah, I'll admit that Mantik has at times admitted his mistakes. Somewhere online, as I recall, there's a message chain of Mantik with someone (Clint Bradford? Tony Marsh?) in which Mantik ultimately admits he was wrong about--as I recall--the limo stop. So I know he's capable of admitting a mistake. Which makes it all the more frustrating that he refuses to do so in this instance... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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