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Online Thomas Graves

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What Is Iacoletti's Definition Of "Evidence"?
« on: March 06, 2019, 12:52:21 AM »
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Is he exacting to the point of ridiculousness?

Just wondering.

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Online Larry Trotter

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Re: What Is Iacoletti's Definition Of "Evidence"?
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2019, 01:02:34 AM »
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Is it narrower and more rigorous than most rational, critical-minded people think it should be?

Just wondering.

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It shouldn't be problematic for you Tommy. Just provide evidence similar in nature relative to evidence ??? that Mr Iacoletti uses to advance his claims...
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Online Thomas Graves

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Re: What Is Iacoletti's Definition Of "Evidence"?
« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2019, 01:06:51 AM »
Case in point:

After reading/viewing closely and cross-referencing and taking into consideration the pertinent FBI statements and the photographic images of Zapruder, Darnell, Bronson-5, Altgen-6, Willis-5, and Betzner 3, and after looking at Gloria Calvery's and Stella Mae Jacob's and Gloria Holt's personal photos, and at the dots and physical landmark placements on Don Roberdeau's map, isn't is reasonable to assume that the three women captured in the Darnell frames were the same three women who were caught on film "by" the Stemmons Sign by Zapruder, one of whom was wearing a light-blue headscarf?

Or, is that just too big a "stretch," given the fact that hundreds thousands of people lined the south side of Elm Street during the motorcade, and, my God, the "infield grass" on the north side was "packing packed, like sardines!," and that oodles and gobs of young ladies were wearing light-blue headscarves, and were hanging out with exactly two friends/colleagues, one of whom just coincidentally had a dark complexion, poofed-up black hair, and ... gulp ... an AMERICAN INDIAN NOSE?

(sarcasm)

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Re: What Is Iacoletti's Definition Of "Evidence"?
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It shouldn't be problematic for you Tommy. Just provide evidence similar in nature relative to evidence ??? that Mr Iacoletti uses to advance his claims...

Thanks, Larry.

What positive (as opposed to contrarian and/or "prove Oswald innocent at all costs") claims does Iaconetti "advance"?

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Thanks, Larry.

What positive (as opposed to contrarian and/or "prove Oswald innocent at all costs") claims does Iaconetti "advance"?

-- Mudd Wrassler Tommy  :)

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Online Walt Cakebread

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Re: What Is Iacoletti's Definition Of "Evidence"?
« Reply #5 on: March 06, 2019, 01:51:36 AM »
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Is it narrower and more rigorous than most rational, critical-minded people think it should be?

Just wondering.

Thanks.

-- Mudd Wrassler Tommy  :)

Iacoletti is an unreasonable fool....  He denies Howard Brennan's sworn written affidavit in which Brennan describes the man that he saw aiming a rifle  from a TSBD window.   Iacolletti ignores the fact that Brennan DESCRIBED the age, weight, and clothing of the man and none of it matches with the description of Lee Oswald.

Iacoletti also ignores that Brennan described the man as STANDING at the time that he was aiming the high powered rifle from the window.   Clearly no man could have STOOD behind the SE corner window and stuck a rifle out of that half open window so clearly Brennan was NOT describing that half open window.  But Rather than accept the eye witness words, Iacoletti says that Brennan was wrong..... and the man wasn't standing, even though Brennan specifically said that he could see the standing man from his belt up.   

And Brennan described the man as wearing light colored khaki clothing ( a type of clothing that Lee didn't even own)....and  totally different then the clothing that the Authorities said that Lee was wearing at the TSBD that morning.   

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Re: What Is Iacoletti's Definition Of "Evidence"?
« Reply #6 on: March 06, 2019, 01:56:15 AM »
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Is it narrower and more rigorous than most rational, critical-minded people think it should be?

Just wondering.

Thanks.

-- Mudd Wrassler Tommy  :)

You ask a massively loaded question and then say you're "just wondering"

Pull the other one, mate

When you embark on a crusade against somebody your arguments can't convince, at least be a man and just be honest about it..... instead of using weasel tactics.
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You ask a massively loaded question and then say you're "just wondering"

Pull the other one, mate

When you embark on a crusade against somebody your arguments can't convince, at least be a man and just be honest about it..... instead of using weasel tactics.

Dear Marty,
 
Go xxxx xxx, mate.

(British English with a little German thrown in for good measure.)

-- Mudd Wrassler Tommy  :)

PS  Btw, that's my point, isn't it, mate.

Why is it that the Great Self-Appointed Arbiter Of What Is And What Isn't "Evidence" is unswayed by my, and Sandy Larsen's, and, up to a certain point ... gulp ... Brian Doyle's evidence pertaining to the identification of Calvery, Jacob, Holt, Simmons, et al.?
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« Reply #8 on: March 06, 2019, 02:06:20 AM »
Q. What was the Warren Commission's definition of "Evidence"?
A. Whatever they said it was.
 

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Re: What Is Iacoletti's Definition Of "Evidence"?
« Reply #9 on: March 06, 2019, 02:07:58 AM »
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Dear Marty,
 
Go xxxx yourself, xxxx.

-- Mudd Wrassler Tommy  :)

Thank you for showing us all who you really are.... I can only feel sorry for you.

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