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Another Joke: The Commission's "Exhibits"

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The Commission accepted so many things as exhibits that would have never been admitted as evidence in a court trial.

For example:

Commission Exhibit 35 is listed as, "an envelope from E. Dzhuganyan addressed to Marina Oswald, dated postmarked April 20, 1962"

Then there's Commission exhibit 51, "A letter from Aunt Valya and Uncle Illya to Marina Oswald dated January 24, 1963."

Or Commission Exhibit 84, "an unused envelope".

And there's so many more.

Can any of you Warren Commission supporters tell us what these items have to do with the assassination of JFK ?

Can any of you tell us what the evidentiary value is on these items that warrant them being accepted as a Commission Exhibits ?

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