TONY MARSH SAID:
>>> "So, Dale Myers dares not post this nonsense himself..." <<<
DAVID VON PEIN SAID:
In essence, Dale Myers DID "post" it -- via an e-mail that he gave
full permission to be re-printed on the Internet.
Whether or not Dale felt it was likely that his e-mail message would
be copied and pasted into an Internet post, I cannot say. But I have a
feeling that Dale, who is far from being a dunce, probably realized
that the person to whom he was e-mailing (who posts exclusively at a
JFK forum at IMDB.com) would, indeed, post the message on the
Internet, especially when these words were included at the end of
Dale's mail -- "Feel free to post my response, if you think it will
>>> "...and you can get away with attacking others because you are only quoting someone else." <<<
As if this is something brand-new??
It's done every day of the week around here (and at other forums), by
LNers and CTers alike, of course -- i.e., "attacking" the "other side"
by quoting other people and sources other than yourself/(myself).
Gee, if I stopped doing that, I wouldn't have nearly as much fun
around these parts (especially with respect to quoting Vincent
Bugliosi's "attacks" on CTers, like the two zingers provided below,
which I'll toss in just as a bonus here; sans any charge at all):
"The Warren Commission critics and conspiracy theorists have
succeeded in transforming a case very simple and obvious at its core--
Oswald killed Kennedy and acted alone--into its present form of the
most complex murder case, BY FAR, in world history.
"Refusing to accept the plain truth, and dedicating their
existence for over 40 years to convincing the American public of the
truth of their own charges, the critics have journeyed to the outer
margins of their imaginations. Along the way, they have split hairs
and then proceeded to split the split hairs, drawn far-fetched and
wholly unreasonable inferences from known facts, and literally
invented bogus facts from the grist of rumor and speculation.
"With over 18,000 pages of small print in the 27 Warren
Commission volumes alone, and many millions of pages of FBI and CIA
documents, any researcher worth his salt can find a sentence here or
there to support any ludicrous conspiracy theory he might have. And
that, of course, is precisely what the conspiracy community has done."
"Not the smallest speck of evidence has ever surfaced that any
of the conspiracy community's favorite groups (CIA, mob, etc.) was
involved, in any way, in the assassination. Not only the Warren
Commission, but the HSCA came to the same conclusion. But conspiracy
theorists, as suspicious as a cat in a new home, find occurrences and
events everywhere that feed their suspicions and their already strong
predilection to believe that the official version is wrong." -- VB
>>> "Did Myers really misspell "disdain"?" <<<
Yes. I just didn't put in the "[sic]".
And your next nitpick is going to be....?
>>> "So, it is bad when the conspiracy authors get the details wrong, but then it is ok when Myers gets the details wrong?" <<<
Nobody has proven that Myers has any important details wrong. But keep
trying to "prove" it though, Tony. After all, ALL conspiracy theorists
MUST deny the viability of the SBT. It's in their blood.
>>> "Like all arrogant bastards, he [Dale Myers] runs away from criticism like a frightened kindergardener [sic]." <<<
Go to hell, kook.
And, btw, did you really misspell kindergartner?
>>> "Typical WC defender slime technique. You get away with calling fellow posters nuts because you are only quoting someone else, someone who is not brave enough to defend his work against criticism." <<<
It doesn't really matter to me WHO does the insulting of CTers
(whether it be myself, or Dale K. Myers, or Vincent T. Bugliosi, or
Joe Blow from Kokomo) -- as long as the "CTers ARE DEAD WRONG" word
gets spread as often as possible. That's the most important thing.
David Von Pein
May 2, 2008