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Online John Iacoletti

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Re: Common Ground?
« Reply #120 on: May 16, 2019, 09:34:37 PM »
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And 'may' ;) I add, no one has yet proven that anyone but the shooter knew there was going to be an attempt made on Kennedy that day.

No one has proven much of anything about this case.  Hence this attempt to find common ground.

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Re: Common Ground?
« Reply #120 on: May 16, 2019, 09:34:37 PM »

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Re: Common Ground?
« Reply #121 on: May 16, 2019, 09:40:40 PM »
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I have stated repeatedly after years in this site, I will no longer engage in discussion of 50 year old evidence long ago put to rest

Yet you want to debate Rob Caprio about exactly that? Go figure

Yup.  Or does he want to debate Caprio about the weather?

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Re: Common Ground?
« Reply #122 on: May 17, 2019, 05:27:58 AM »
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We have disagreed on a number of issues so as usual his comments are wrong.

The email communication that I had with Education Forum was with Kathy Beckett and not Paul May. How would a LNer know what was discussed in these emails (and I still have them) when he wasn't included in them? The charge of identity theft is ludicrous since he has no idea what I look like. He decided that I had to look a certain way, and posted that picture, but that doesn't make it so.

For the record, I decided to leave Education Forum because Beckett would only accept a photo of the person May claimed I was. Let that sink in in regards to who is really running that board.

Wow.  Caprio is lying on so many levels here, one has to think about how to respond.  First I was not privy to emails between Beckett and Caprio.  My conversation with Kathy Beckett regarded the ED Forum, the Photo Caprio stole from Facebook and the phony name he used to register. What Caprio fails to comprehend is one fact: on his own FB site, he had some 20 photos he claimed was himself, POSING in front of his mirror as he claims to be a body builder. I have copies of those photos. If, as he claims those photos are not of himself, then he also stole those photos for his FB Page. When he heard I had the photos, he blocked me.
Next lie, Caprio was DISMISSED, he did NOT decide to leave the ED Forum.  He violated, as usual TOS. He has this history. He was found useless at DPF and poof, gone from there also. The fact Caprio believes I have any input into the policies of the ED Forum when not even a member once again defines his paranoia. On a personal note, if you looked like Caprio, you too would avoid live debate on line.

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Re: Common Ground?
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Offline Paul May

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Re: Common Ground?
« Reply #123 on: May 17, 2019, 05:42:54 AM »
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Great.  You have "evidence" that nobody can see, but we should trust you, there's evidence.  Sounds a lot like your case against Oswald.   :D

And you run from debating Weidmann.  So what?  Are we interested in studying the facts?

And if you think I've never disagreed with Caprio then you weren't paying much attention on that old forum that Denis praises your participation in.  The difference between me and you is that I disagree by providing evidence for why I disagree.  You disagree by chiding people for discussing a case that you think has been settled and insulting people who dare to have a different conclusion.

I don?t run from debating Weidmann.  He?s not interesting enough to debate.  He?s boring, nor do I read many of his comments. I provided enough evidence in this case when I first joined 10-12 years ago.  Unfortunately, you kooks are still debating the same old crap long ago discarded by serious researchers. No fun there. Advance the case. You cannot even do that. Iacoletti, you?re such a cliche?. I insult nobody. Kooks insult EVERYBODY by continuing to discuss the very same garbage year after year, decade after decade.  What?s it get you?  THINK before you answer.  Be introspective. At this point for me, understanding the mentality and  psychology of why you believe your crap with NOTHING new in decades is more interesting in a case solved long ago. That?s the point, you have NO hard nor credible evidence for your positions. It?s frustrating you people to death.

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Re: Common Ground?
« Reply #124 on: May 17, 2019, 07:19:39 AM »
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I don?t run from debating Weidmann.  He?s not interesting enough to debate.  He?s boring, nor do I read many of his comments. I provided enough evidence in this case when I first joined 10-12 years ago.  Unfortunately, you kooks are still debating the same old crap long ago discarded by serious researchers. No fun there. Advance the case. You cannot even do that. Iacoletti, you?re such a cliche?. I insult nobody. Kooks insult EVERYBODY by continuing to discuss the very same garbage year after year, decade after decade.  What?s it get you?  THINK before you answer.  Be introspective. At this point for me, understanding the mentality and  psychology of why you believe your crap with NOTHING new in decades is more interesting in a case solved long ago. That?s the point, you have NO hard nor credible evidence for your positions. It?s frustrating you people to death.

You talk about boring, no fun, etc. yet you just used "I" 4 times in one line. You are above it all, you provided all the evidence in 10-12 years?  Really? Maybe your work is done.  Can you do anything besides repeating your standard self-aggrandizing posts?  Soapbox champion. Who cares?

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« Reply #124 on: May 17, 2019, 07:19:39 AM »

Online Martin Weidmann

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Re: Common Ground?
« Reply #125 on: May 20, 2019, 01:26:45 AM »
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You talk about boring, no fun, etc. yet you just used "I" 4 times in one line. You are above it all, you provided all the evidence in 10-12 years?  Really? Maybe your work is done.  Can you do anything besides repeating your standard self-aggrandizing posts?  Soapbox champion. Who cares?

You are above it all, you provided all the evidence in 10-12 years?  Really?

Yes, that's exactly what he thinks. A clown feeling superior than others is still only just a clown with a delusion.

Can you do anything besides repeating your standard self-aggrandizing posts? 

No he can't.

Soapbox champion. Who cares?

Exactly right


While running away from it as fast as he can, the weasel calling himself May says I am "not interesting enough" to debate, yet at the same time he claims he does not read many of my comments. How in the world would he know that I am "not interesting enough" when he doesn't read most of what I write?

May's claim is just as wacky as his pathetic claim that he does not want to discuss old evidence whilst at the same time wanting to debate exactly that with Rob Caprio. He is full of crap. His obsession with Rob Caprio is comical and sick at the same time.
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