JFK ASSASSINATION ARGUMENTS
KRISTIN N. FOYLE SAID:
Davey Von Pein is a disinformation artist. This video is must-have material. Anyone out there searching for valuable material in the genre should consider a 'diss' from Davey V.P. a measure for how excellent a video, or book, actually is. To quote Jim DiEugenio, "He is an inverse barometer". He should be thrown in the trash bin with Bugliosi and McAdams. They are not to be believed.
DAVID VON PEIN SAID:
The video referred to above is this piece of junk called "Evidence Of Revision". More information about that awful program can be found HERE.
And since she mentions James DiEugenio in her comment above, Kristin N. Foyle is very likely a firm believer in the policy of throwing out all of the best evidence in the JFK case (i.e., every last piece of physical evidence, which all points directly at Kristin's and DiEugenio's favorite patsy, of course).
I have no idea how these conspiracy kooks think they can possibly come even close to solving this double murder case (including Tippit's murder too) when they've seen fit to toss every last piece of evidence in the fire, including the evidence of OSWALD'S OWN ACTIONS before and after the assassination, which are actions that advertise Lee Harvey Oswald's guilt as effectively as a neon sign with the words "I'm Guilty!" printed on it.
Naturally, all kooks want to ignore Oswald's own actions, so that they can feel better about attempting to exonerate an obvious double-murderer.
DiEugenio is a perfect example of this. He either totally ignores or severely distorts and misrepresents Oswald's highly incriminating pre- and post-assassination actions and movements. I fully expect DiEugenio to soon spout a theory about Oswald having really been on a freighter in the Pacific at 12:30 PM on November 22, 1963, instead of being located in the Texas School Book Depository at the time of President Kennedy's murder.
After all, Jim already has endorsed portions of one of the silliest books ever published ("Harvey And Lee" by John Armstrong), so pretending Oswald was really somewhere other than Dallas on November 22 isn't really a very big step for DiEugenio to take.
For people who have already been brainwashed by the Conspiracy Fever that has been spread by super-kooks like John Armstrong, travelling deeper into delirium isn't uncommon at all. In fact, it's to be expected.
David Von Pein
June 8, 2010
Posted By: David Von Pein