Charles Black Posted May 2, 2005 Share Posted May 2, 2005 Realizing that in the U.S. judicial system that motive need not be proven to find a defendant guilty of murder, I have a dilemma. It is logical to me that when a case involves the planned killing of one particular individual, by name, to the exclusion of all other individuals, that motive must in fact exist! Apart from crimes of passion, random killings, insanity and a few other examples which do not fit the alledged LHO murder of JFK, we must assume that this was a planned murder. Except for in cases of insanity, a plan requires a motive. The very nature of "a plan" excludes it from being random. If this is true, then LHO had a motive to, as a lone assassin, kill JfK. What then was his motive? He did not seem to seek fame by taking blame. Charlie Black Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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