Well... okay... just this once. I'm not going to make a habit of it. We could go 'round & 'round forever with pointless questions and I'm not going to play that game. I'll answer as I see fit and if you are not satisfied then that's just the way it is. Here goes:Been There wrote:Answer my nine questions. Then I'll answer your questions posed here.
Is it deal?
Otherwise this isn't a dialogue.
Did you see the evidence of the windshield bullet hole?
Q1. Is an unspecific reference to two 'officially' sanctioned books a helpful reply to specific evidence?
A. It could but it really all depends on the evidence, etc., and what the references are.
Q2. did you watch the filmed interview of Dino Brugioni or not?
A. I watched most of it. It seems to me that the "missing frames" are more from his poster board and not the Z-Film itself other than the frames around 313 which Zapruder asked to be omitted from public viewing. I see nothing significant in that.
Q3. did you read the rebuttal by Dr. Crenshaw or not?
A. I read it. I don't take any stock in it or his story. Dr. Crenshaw had little, if anything, to do with attending to JFK's wounds at Parkland.
Q4. Where is the autopsy photograph of the "smaller hole" entry wound supposedly at the back of Jack's head?
A. Scott showed you that.
Q5. Where is the testimony of medical staff witnessing the "smaller hole" alleged head entrance wound?
A. Read the Warren Commission testimony of the Doctors who actually tended to JFK at Parkland and you will have your answer.
Q6. Did you watch the parts of Dr. McClelland's and Dr. Jone's testimony that I just took the time to give specific timeline references for?
A. Only partly. I've been travelling. I have read their testimony given to the Warren Commission. When I get more time I'll watch most of it.
Q7. Did you watch the Dr. Crenshaw video with the specific timeline reference I gave?
A. Same as above except that Dr. Crenshaw did not testify before the Warren Commission. I give his theories on the JFK assassination no credence.
Q8. Are you aware of all this?
A. I see no evidence of any forging of any evidence anywhere.
Q9. Why would anyone need to forge all this evidence?
A. No one did.
As far as the windshield the proper thing to do is to examine "the best evidence". Witness testimony takes a back seat to physical evidence everytime. Witness statements may support the physical evidence but they cannot contradict it.