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Offline Alan Hardaker

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Re: Only 1.87% Of The WC's Questions Were Probative...No Interest In The Truth
« Reply #10 on: October 06, 2018, 11:42:12 PM »
" in his book"....gave "his book" away free did he. How is it all these serious conspiracy theorists write books about the assassination and all these other conspiracy experts have read most of these books. There is a conspiracy going on alright....and it's based on writing books about assassination.

And yet all these books, probably hundreds of them by now, have not proved anything apart from a few minor discrepancies in the case.

Obviously there is nothing new in saying people are profiting from the " conspiracy deal" but that doesn't detract from the fact that they are and as long as there is a market for these books, films, lecture tours or whatever it will rumble on.

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Re: Only 1.87% Of The WC's Questions Were Probative...No Interest In The Truth
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Online Brian Walker

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Re: Only 1.87% Of The WC's Questions Were Probative...No Interest In The Truth
« Reply #11 on: October 07, 2018, 05:42:25 PM »
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Think about it -- less than two percent of the questions asked by the WC members and legal staff were probative! And yet, LNers think that the WC "solved" the case. Hilarious.

Can you tell me what percentage of questions are probative in an average trial or deposition? IF you don;' know the answer to then than I am not sure why you think you are making a decent point here.

5000 questions seems a lot to me.

Offline Rob Caprio

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Re: Only 1.87% Of The WC's Questions Were Probative...No Interest In The Truth
« Reply #12 on: October 07, 2018, 09:45:30 PM »
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Can you tell me what percentage of questions are probative in an average trial or deposition? IF you don;' know the answer to then than I am not sure why you think you are making a decent point here.

5000 questions seems a lot to me.

Sure, dump the burden on me. I would think to solve a case and then prosecute it successfully more than 1.87% of the questions asked are probative.

Why don't you show that less 2% is normal since you support the WC's conclusion?

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Re: Only 1.87% Of The WC's Questions Were Probative...No Interest In The Truth
« Reply #13 on: October 07, 2018, 10:13:57 PM »
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Sure, dump the burden on me. I would think to solve a case and then prosecute it successfully more than 1.87% of the questions asked are probative.

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Sure, dump the burden on me.

It's your thread Rob and you're supposed to support your OP.

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I would think to solve a case and then prosecute it successfully more than 1.87% of the questions asked are probative.

Why is almost FIVE THOUSAND totally focused spot on questions specifically on this case not enough to successfully prosecute? Where do you live, Nazi Germany?

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Re: Only 1.87% Of The WC's Questions Were Probative...No Interest In The Truth
« Reply #14 on: October 07, 2018, 10:50:02 PM »
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It's your thread Rob and you're supposed to support your OP.

Why is almost FIVE THOUSAND totally focused spot on questions specifically on this case not enough to successfully prosecute? Where do you live, Nazi Germany?

JohnM

The OP was supported in the OP. Did you bother to read it? Walker's question was shifting the burden.

Over 109,000 questions were asked so your spin won't work. The WC asked way more not vital and leading/hearsay questions. If you are comfortable with their work then we see who would be more comfortable living in Nazi Germany.
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Re: Only 1.87% Of The WC's Questions Were Probative...No Interest In The Truth
« Reply #15 on: October 08, 2018, 01:13:01 AM »
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Why don't you show that less 2% is normal since you support the WC's conclusion?
Can't be done. Again, the WC relied on the FBI which relied on the DPD which relied on bogus circumstantial evidence.
 There was no counsel for the 'defendant' therefore no cross examination/ objection to leading witnesses/ calling for conclusions/ and so on...a kangaroo court with not even kangaroos to have to deal with.   

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Re: Only 1.87% Of The WC's Questions Were Probative...No Interest In The Truth
« Reply #16 on: October 08, 2018, 07:40:45 AM »
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The OP was supported in the OP. Did you bother to read it? Walker's question was shifting the burden.

Over 109,000 questions were asked so your spin won't work. The WC asked way more not vital and leading/hearsay questions. If you are comfortable with their work then we see who would be more comfortable living in Nazi Germany.

Sometimes I think you are just joking. You are the one who tried to make the point that 1.87% of questions being probative is a sign that the WC was not looking for the truth. The first thing you would have to do is point out that 1.87 is low for a trial or deposition to even make the point.  Unless you want to make the case that 1.87 is not low and that no trials or depositions are designed to read the truth.

The number of non probative questions is totally irrelevant here. The only important number is the 5000 probative questions. If you don't think 5000 is enough than could you at least tell us how many should have been asked? You have to know that answer to know that 5000 is not enough.

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Re: Only 1.87% Of The WC's Questions Were Probative...No Interest In The Truth
« Reply #17 on: October 08, 2018, 03:41:06 PM »
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Can't be done. Again, the WC relied on the FBI which relied on the DPD which relied on bogus circumstantial evidence.
 There was no counsel for the 'defendant' therefore no cross examination/ objection to leading witnesses/ calling for conclusions/ and so on...a kangaroo court with not even kangaroos to have to deal with.

True.

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Re: Only 1.87% Of The WC's Questions Were Probative...No Interest In The Truth
« Reply #18 on: October 08, 2018, 03:44:08 PM »
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Sometimes I think you are just joking. You are the one who tried to make the point that 1.87% of questions being probative is a sign that the WC was not looking for the truth. The first thing you would have to do is point out that 1.87 is low for a trial or deposition to even make the point.  Unless you want to make the case that 1.87 is not low and that no trials or depositions are designed to read the truth.

The number of non probative questions is totally irrelevant here. The only important number is the 5000 probative questions. If you don't think 5000 is enough than could you at least tell us how many should have been asked? You have to know that answer to know that 5000 is not enough.

I don't have to do anything. If you think asking less that 2 percent of 109,000 plus questions in a probative manner is normal and proper for finding the truth then that explains why you accept the official fairytale.

Enough said.

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Re: Only 1.87% Of The WC's Questions Were Probative...No Interest In The Truth
« Reply #19 on: October 08, 2018, 04:09:30 PM »
Here is something to consider from real judges.

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The Warren Report? All three judges in the case [Clay Shaw] agreed that it was inadmissible as evidence in judicial proceedings.

"If we are going to accept the Warren Report as factual, then we have wasted a week of time", Judge Bagert declared near the end of the hearing.

Another judge, Matthew S. Braniff, said of the Warren Report: "It is fraught with hearsay and contradictions."

"And that's putting it mildly," Bagert commented.

A few days later, Judge Edward A. Haggerty Jr., who had been appointed to preside at the trial of Clay Shaw, also said the Warren Report could not be admitted as evidence at the trial.

(Excerpted from "The Garrison Inquiry" by Joachim Joesten, 1967, p. 70)

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Re: Only 1.87% Of The WC's Questions Were Probative...No Interest In The Truth
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