JFK ASSASSINATION ARGUMENTS
A CONSPIRACY THEORIST SAID:
>>> "16 out of 20 Sheriff's deputies would all have to be wrong, plus half a dozen railroad workers, plus most of the closest witnesses to the car at Z313..." <<<
DAVID VON PEIN SAID:
Of course those "ALL SHOTS CAME FROM THE KNOLL" witnesses that CTers
love to prop up (for some reason) were all wrong....every one of them.
Even CTers have got to admit that none of those Sheriff's officers got
it 100% right (even by crazy CT standards).
Because we know that SOME shots did come from the TSBD. Even CTers
know this. Not even a rabid conspiracy theorist can think that ALL of the
shots came from the front. (Unless your name is David Lifton.)
Therefore, since almost no witnesses thought that shots came from BOTH
the Knoll AND the Depository (there were a mere five witnesses who fit
into this "Two Directions" category, by John McAdams' count), it means
what exactly??? .....
It means: that none of those "Shots Came From Only The Knoll"
witnesses got it right....doesn't it?
IOW--Why didn't any of those witnesses hear the verified gunshots from
the TSBD (the shots that even hardcore CTers certainly must admit came
from that building)?
Or--maybe those witnesses DID hear the TSBD shots, didn't they? Of
course they did. We all know they did. They heard ONLY shots coming
from the Book Depository, because the huge preponderance of evidence
shows that the ONLY shots (3) fired that day came from the Book
Depository (and were fired by Oswald and by his Carcano).
But those many witnesses THOUGHT the shots came from a point further
west near the Underpass....but they were wrong. All of the "ONE-
DIRECTIONAL, ALL-SHOTS-CAME-FROM-THE-KNOLL" witnesses in Dealey Plaza
were wrong. We know that. Why is this even debated?
In fact, as I mentioned, even conspiracy theorists have got to know
these witnesses were not 100% correct -- because virtually all of them
said they heard ALL of the shots coming from one single location--the
Knoll area--which we all know is incorrect.
David Von Pein
July 20, 2008
Posted By: David Von Pein