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The crash of the old board was actually to your benefit since the evidence of your mind boggling ignorance concerning the case was wiped out.

Never the less, in 2018, you just kept copy-pasting your old nonsense to reconfirm you have NFI about the evidence in the case.

WELL DONE  Thumb1:

Well said Tom.
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There is no trial taking place here with presumptions of innocence and rules of evidence that are designed to protect the rights of even the guilty.  In a criminal trial, a person who commits a crime may nevertheless be deemed not guilty.  That wouldn't mean they didn't do it.  You are falsely conflating reality (did LHO assassinate JFK)  with the rules that govern the criminal justice system (would LHO be convicted in a criminal trial).  I understand why you attempt to do that since it allows you to lazily suggest that the "burden" is on entirely on others to disprove your baseless nonsense or it must be true.  Here on planet Earth, however, the relevant issue is whether Oswald did it.  His rifle, his bullets, his prints, his lies, his flight from the crime scene.  Oswald was the assassin.  It is difficult to envision how the case could be any stronger.   

The WC acted as if one existed, but they left the defense part out. 🚫🚾
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The insults come out when you realise you’re speaking to a person who can’t respond, and who—worse—arrogantly pontificates on things they patently know nothing about, defending self-concocted ideas fantasises like this one: 

Where to start…

First off, you’re confusing neurology and psychiatry with neuroscience and psychology, which aren’t the same thing. Neuroscience is the study of the brain and nervous systems, and psychology is he study of mental phenomena and behaviour. If you didn’t realise, mind and behaviour are products of the brain—the difference between the fields is superficial and increasingly nonexistent as we can now seeing the living brain thinking with modern imaging. Individual differences can even be explained by neurobiological differences.

Neurology and psychiatry, on the other hand, are the same thing, the distinction between the two is the result of ancient thinking, hence the phrase ‘neuropsychiatry.’ Mental disorders are brain disorders and, despite your random, uneducated nonsense, have experimentally identifiable traits and biological bases.

Take frontotemporal dementia—disinhited social behaviour, complete disregard for norms, impulsivity, personality changes. Neurology or psychiatry?
Temporal lobe epilepsy—emotional outbursts, deja vu, intense religious or sirputal experiences, hallucinations, etc. Neuro, psych or both?
Huntington’s disease—originally thought of be a neurological impairment of movement begins years earlier in the form of personality changes, executive dysfunction and most of the above. Seems like neuropsych.
Major depression is a neurodegenerative disease, schizophrenia is neurochemical, and even criminality presenta with marked psychophysiological deficits (which is my whole point). Explain to me the difference. I know some professors who’d like an answer too, given that there’s a call to unite the dicplines.

In order to dodge doing research into real academic topics, you make petty colloquial ad hoc reckons to implicitly suggest that somehow everybody’s frontal cortex does executive functions and can be damaged by stress, but Lee Oswald’s didn’t and couldn’t be. Because doesn’t fit your internationally man of mystery, wrapped up in a some fantastic conspiracy against the president. You’re avoiding dealing with this issue. Brain = behaviour. We know brains get disrupted, I provided evidence of that, and you ignore it.

>>>>>> So Rob: how come Oswald’s childhood didn’t scratch his cerebrum? <<<<<<<

The insults come out when your lies aren't working. You just said what I wrote before. Your voluminous diatribe still does NOT support your silly claim. Give it up. 🚾
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Mark, you're trying to reason with fanatics, with people who are unwilling or incapable of thinking fairly and logically.

They've been asked before what type/amount of evidence would be needed to show, for example, that Oswald owned the rifle used to kill JFK. They won't answer it.

No amount of evidence would be sufficient. If we had 100 people saying they saw Oswald with the rifle they would say prove it was THAT rifle. If Oswald was filmed with that rifle - and it was identified as the rifle - they would say the film is faked or the identification was wrong. If Oswald was caught with the rifle they would say prove he used THAT rifle to kill JFK. Or the rifle was planted.

We have several types of conspiracy believers: one of them consists of fair minded, rational ones who raise good smart questions and another consists of irrational and illogical people who have thousands of posts here all denying every piece of evidence. Their entire purpose is not to try and figure out what happened, to sort of muddle through the information - however flawed - that we have. Their purpose is to defend Oswald. Everything is directed towards that goal.
 
It's best to ignore them.

What a falsehood. I am no fanatic. If the evidence pointed to LHO then I would accept the official conclusion, but it doesn't.

A fanatic is a person who believes and tries to force other people to believe a theory with NO supporting evidence. In short, a fanatic is a LNer.
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I guess by your own admission, "you are sunk"...

lol

Oh, and BTW, not you, or anyone other CTer, has proven anything with regards to this case.

Somehow I get the feeling that you are not new to this board. You're using the same lame argument that other LNers have used.

The WC proved that there was a conspiracy. You're sunk.
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CTers apparently consider that 'normal'
Well at least Caprio does, apparently

I wonder if any posters here  have experienced similar upbringings... thus more likely to show sympathy for Oswald. Well, I had had a great I bringing, but even so, I have a good deal of sympathy for Oswald. How can one not, given his upbringing. If found guilty, I would give him a pass on the death penalty in favour of a life sentence.

Yes, given that neglected childhood - he was so alone all of those years - I too have had some sympathy (might not be the right word; let's say pity?) towards Oswald. One cannot separate that miserable upbringing from the rest of his life. Again: just some.

But as his brother said, he had moral agency, he made these decisions; he has to be held accountable for his actions. Lots of people have miserable childhoods, far worse ones than he had. And they don't turn to violence, they build lives for themselves.

To his credit he was against Jim Crow segregation and denounced it for the evil it was. It would have been great had he joined up with Dr. King and the Civil Rights movement and worked for that cause. Build something and not tear things down.

If...if....if...

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CTers apparently consider such an upbringing 'normal'

Perhaps they just recognize the giant chasm between "difficult upbringing" and "murdered the president".
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CTers apparently consider that 'normal'
Well at least Caprio does, apparently

I wonder if any posters here  have experienced similar upbringings... thus more likely to show sympathy for Oswald. Well, I had had a great I bringing, but even so, I have a good deal of sympathy for Oswald. How can one not, given his upbringing. If found guilty, I would give him a pass on the death penalty in favour of a life sentence.

I can in some ways relate to his upbringing, having been raised by a Single Mom, moved around a lot as a child, introverted, loner. I didn’t have a normal or stable childhood but turned out fine as an adult. So yeah, I take exception to the view that his unstable childhood made him a mentally unstable adult. Lots of people overcome rough childhoods.

On the other hand, I’m not violent, I don’t speak Russian, and as far as I know, the CIA doesn’t have a 201 file on me...
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CTers apparently consider such an upbringing 'normal'

I wonder if any posters here have experienced similar upbringings... thus more likely to show sympathy for Oswald. Well, I had had a great upbringing, but even so, I have a good deal of sympathy for Oswald. How can one not, given his upbringing.

If found guilty, I would give him a pass on the death penalty in favour of a life sentence.

Typical liberal snowflake. Let the burden fall on the taxpayer to keep the POS alive.
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The late Robert Oswald (he died last December), Lee's brother, on the assassination, and his brother: “It is my belief, my conviction, no one but Lee was involved - period.....

And Robert's baseless opinion is any better than your baseless opinion, because . . . ?
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