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The Key To The Snow Job Of The WC  (Read 42475 times)

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Of the 552 people from whom reported information was gathered,

2 gave statements,
61 supplied affidavits,
395 were question in depositions
and only 94 appeared before any actual members of the WC

The report refers to all methods by the same designation:
Testimony


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Was she a lawyer? The back of the book says she worked in the field of international public health as an administrator. Of course one does not rule out the other. She did researchers a big favor by creating and publishing the Subject Index to the Warren Report and Hearings and Exhibits.

The Commission had a few indexes:



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The Commission had a few indexes:



Its a mesh-mosh
not alphabetical, chronological, or even by subject





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Wouldn't it have also been much cheaper to just buy the Report and forget about the 26 Volumes? These volumes total 20,000 page and two million words. Who has the time and energy to read all that?

The twenty-six volumes were imperative to understanding the case the WC advanced, thus, these volumes were very important. They should have been easily accessible for every American. Then it would be up to those interested to go through them. Many things in our libraries are not read much, but they are still there.

The WC spent a million dollars (7 million today) on this "investigation", but what good was it when the actual evidence was so hard to find?  That was the whole point of course.


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Instead of just hoping that nobody would read the hearings and exhibits, why wouldn't they just not publish them at all?

This wouldn't be realistic as some in academia and the media would want to access them. Not publishing the evidence at all would cause suspicion IMO, thus, they went with the overwhelm and hard to find approaches.


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The Warren Commission knew what it was doing. It knew that the evidence in the twenty-six volumes did NOT support the vast majority of the claims that were made in the WC Report. So the best way to cover this was to flood the country with the Report, but limit the amount of twenty-six volumes.

The government printed nearly 235,000 copies of the Report, but only printed 5,600 copies of the twenty-six volumes. This means most Americans had no access to these twenty-six volumes as it is most likely that most copies of these were put in large libraries connected with the government, media and academia. Needless to say, most public libraries outside of some areas of big cities did not get copies. This was a sure way to prevent people from fact checking the WC's claims in the WCR.

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The WC was well aware that there would be critics. As mentioned already, the best way to cover up anything would have been to not publish the volumes at all. And the number is irrelevant, they could have published one set-that is all that was needed to get the information out in a free society.  Bugliosi reported nearly 1000 books, the vast majority of which are conspiracy oriented. So, all the information is out there, or will be by the end of this year. But, the average American is not even going to read the report, much less the volumes.


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The WC was well aware that there would be critics. As mentioned already, the best way to cover up anything would have been to not publish the volumes at all. And the number is irrelevant, they could have published one set-that is all that was needed to get the information out in a free society.  Bugliosi reported nearly 1000 books, the vast majority of which are conspiracy oriented. So, all the information is out there, or will be by the end of this year. But, the average American is not even going to read the report, much less the volumes.

Ridiculous. Not publishing would cause people to suspect a cover-up. The approach they adopted (confusing and hard to find) was a much better approach as it allowed them to say, "See, we released the evidence. We have nothing to hide."

One set? You equate this with a "free society" approach too. Enough said as this perfectly illustrates what you think a free society is.


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Ridiculous. Not publishing would cause people to suspect a cover-up. The approach they adopted (confusing and hard to find) was a much better approach as it allowed them to say, "See, we released the evidence. We have nothing to hide."


Wrong. They didn't perceive the American people as stupid as some of you CTs do.

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One set? You equate this with a "free society" approach too. Enough said as this perfectly illustrates what you think a free society is.

Pathetic.


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