Mark Knight Posted November 29, 2005 Share Posted November 29, 2005 Garrison's investigation was flawed. Garrison's prosecution was flawed. Garrison himself was flawed. No argument from me on ANY of these points. Garrison's principal contribution to the investigation of the JFK assassination was similar to Oliver Stone's: HE FOCUSED THE ATTENTION OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE ON THIS UNSOLVED MURDER. So, in THAT respect alone, there was SOME value to Garrison. Now, let the man alone...he can neither do good nor harm now. Why must you keep playing this one-note song? Will it solve anything? Will it prove anyone's guilt in the assassination? WILL IT PERFORM EVEN ONE POSITIVE FUNCTION? I think not. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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