You cheeky commoners. How dare you question the words of a "Lord"? Pay
attention to your betters!
On Saturday, October 13, 2012 11:29:17 AM UTC-4, Ray wrote:
> DAVID VON PEIN SAID:
> I'm very surprised that Vince hasn't added a chapter in his
> book devoted to J.D. Tippit's murder. That's quite strange, IMO.
> ...but a lack of a chapter heading on
> that key Tippit crime is a bit of a mystery to me." -- DVP; May 5,
> Maybe Bugliosi was afraid to face up to ALL the facts in the Tippit case,
> especially Oswald's alibi defense and the clear indication that the
> shells, etc. were deliberately left at the scene to incriminate Oz. Hence
> the absence of a chapter on Tippit.
> ADDENDUM REGARDING THE ARTICLE WRITTEN BY LORD DEVLIN:
> Lord Devlin, in his review of the Warren Commission's case against Lee
> Oswald in the March 1965 edition of "Atlantic Monthly",
> "If the case against Oswald is stripped of everything that does
> not amount to practical certainty, what is left is this. He was in the
> building at the time of the assassination of the President and could
> have been on the sixth floor...
> He COULD have been on the sixth floor, except he wasn't
> and had no motive.
> Devlin: "The President was killed by a gun which
> belonged to Oswald"
> Elsewhere in the same article Devlin says:
> "The ownership of a rifle used in a murder does not prove that the owner was the murderer,"
> LORD DEVLIN: "It is no doubt distressing to the logical mind when after
> an immense investigation, two extraordinary murders occurring in the
> course of the same story are explained only as disconnected and senseless
> Correction, M'Lord, they are trying to convince us that THREE
> sensless murders occurred by pure coincidence.
> David Von Pein writes:
> "Via the above excerpts, it sure sounds to me as if Lord Devlin thinks
> Lee Harvey Oswald, by himself, killed John F. Kennedy."
> Devlin is a true believer, but he admits that his beliefs are not proven
> by evidence, i.e they are irrational.
> Further, Devlin does not know how irrational he really is. Like most LN's,
> Devlin is a victim of the CONJUNCTION Fallacy
> Devlin thinks it is more likely that Oz killed both JFK and Tippit
> than that he killed Tippit alone, which is a logical fallacy.
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