(PART 660)


Martin [Hinrichs]...I surely do not doubt your expertise.


I sure do. Martin has no "expertise" when it comes to trying to debunk the Single-Bullet Theory. Nor do any other members of the popular anti-SBT Brigade.

In short, there's no good reason to doubt BOTH the Warren Commission and the HSCA on their individual (and collective) findings regarding the SBT.

Plus, to any reasonable person who has looked at the evidence, the angles, the Z-Film (etc.), the SBT works and is obviously true. As Vince Bugliosi says, and he's right -- the SBT is so obvious "a child could author it".

And the obviousness of the SBT becomes even more obvious when considering the LACK of all other bullets that SHOULD be present if the SBT is wrong.

The anti-SBT brigade needs THREE bullets to just vanish off the planet. Yes, three. Because I'm willing to bet every CTer in here believes the following two things:

1.) JFK's throat wound was an entry wound.
2.) CE399 never touched either victim.

And yet (evidently) believing in the "Three Vanishing Bullets" theory is supposedly a more reasonable thing to believe than is the Single-Bullet Theory.

As more and more time goes by, and as more and more convincing tests are produced that verify the factual nature of the Single-Bullet Theory (e.g., Dale Myers' excellent computer animation work and the 2004 Discovery Channel SBT re-creation in "JFK: Beyond The Magic Bullet"), it's my personal opinion that conspiracy theorists totally ignore the validity of the SBT merely because they think it's expected of them. They wouldn't be good "CTers" if they dared put any faith in anything Mr. Specter or Mr. Redlich or Mr. Belin said. So they are forced to discount the SBT as pure junk out of sheer habit.

But it certainly isn't out of necessity that the CTers scoff at the SBT. Not at all. Because conspiracists can still pretend they see J.D. Tippit or some other "Badge Man" firing a shot from the Grassy Knoll...even WITH the SBT intact.

Kinda makes you want to go out on the porch and scream your lungs out in frustration, doesn't it Paul? (Hopefully, the neighbors won't mind.) :-)

David Von Pein
August 19, 2009