JFK ASSASSINATION ARGUMENTS
(PART 112)


PETER FOKES SAID:

>>> "Why can LNs not agree among themselves? .... No unity among LNs on many issues." <<<


DAVID VON PEIN SAID:

There's unity among lone-assassin believers on virtually everything of any substantive nature as far as I can detect.

E.G.:

1.) Lee Harvey Oswald shot JFK.

2.) LHO shot J.D. Tippit.

3.) The SBT is so obviously true.

4.) LHO fired 3 shots at JFK.

5.) LHO's first shot missed the limo.

6.) Shot #2 was the SBT shot.

7.) Jack Ruby shot Oswald on his own. Ruby was not controlled by the "mob" or anyone else.

8.) LHO was a "lying machine" after his arrest.

9.) LHO took a shot at General Walker in April with his newly-purchased Mannlicher-Carcano.

10.) It's very likely there was no conspiracy at all behind Lee Oswald.

11.) The Warren Commission was not composed of crooks and cover-up agents.

12.) The Warren Commission came to the correct bottom-line "lone assassin" conclusion.

13.) The HSCA was wrong about its "4th Shot" conclusion. The Dictabelt evidence has since been totally destroyed via other evidence.

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As far as LNers disagreeing with each other --- Yes, on some smaller
points, some disagreements have emerged. That's only natural between a
group of human beings (who do not share the very same brain).

But if you were to compare any of the negligible LNer disputes with
the canyon-sized gap that exists between the theories and conflicts of
many of the conspiracy theorists of the world, then you'd see there
really is no comparison at all....because CTers are all over the map
with their pro-conspiracy beliefs. Whereas LNers, by comparison, are
in near-perfect "IT WAS OSWALD" harmony.

And how anyone can say otherwise via such an obviously-absurd
statement/question as this one by Peter is beyond me --- "Why can LNs
not agree among themselves?"

I, myself, have several minor disagreements with the man who wrote the
best and most comprehensive book that will ever be written on the JFK
case, Vince Bugliosi. And I've made those conflicts known in various
posts I've written too (including conflicts about the exact path taken
by Oswald's first shot; VB's opinion about a portion of Dr. Gregory's
testimony as it relates to the bullet fragments removed from Governor
Connally; the SBT timeline; and the very strange "have it both ways"
tale that Vince tells on pages 423 and 424 of his JFK book regarding
the precise location of JFK's back & throat wounds).

Reclaiming History Errors (Part 1)

Reclaiming History Errors (Part 2)

But when it comes down to the "In The Final Analysis" stuff, I agree with
Vincent Bugliosi 100% -- and that's because he's 100% correct (based on
the evidence....and based on common sense too).

David Von Pein
January 2008

LINK TO ORIGINAL POST (JANUARY 6, 2008)


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