Message from discussion Anthony Marsh says I can't do this ;-)
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On 9/27/2012 11:28 PM, John Reagor King wrote:
> Well, I've only seen one reply in this thread so far, from Mr. Marsh
> himself, and so far all he's done is to once again falsely claim that I'm
> wrong while directly contradicting himself by posting the findings of
> another researcher who did indeed give a figure of under 10% for the
> witnesses who said the shots came from multiple directions, which of
> course is entirely consistent with my own claims at the beginning of this
> thread. And so far I do not yet see any article by anyone in this thread
> who has quoted even one witness who said the shots came from multiple
> directions, or said that any individual shot sounded louder and/or closer
> than the other shots. So I will now do exactly what I said I would do.
> I very specifically said that I would quote nine or more witnesses who
> didn't say the shots came from multiple directions and didn't say there
> was any difference in volume and/or distance for each witness that WAS
> quoted by another poster saying otherwise. As not one such witness has
> been quoted yet, by anyone in this thread, in precise consistency with no
> difference whatsoever from the criteria I set for myself at the beginning,
> I do not yet have to quote nine.
> Because I'm still waiting for someone, anyone to quote one on the other
> Obviously. ;-)
> So I shall start today with just one witness who didn't say the shots
> came from multiple directions and didn't say that there was any
> difference in volume and/or distance.
> Victoria Adams, FBI report, 11-24-63:
> "They observed the motorcade as it approached and began passing in front
> of her window and at about 12:30 PM, as the car containing President
> KENNEDY, Governor CONNALLY and his wife, was passing, she heard three loud
> reports which she first thought to be fire crackers of a crank and she
> believed the sound came from toward the right of the building, rather than
> from the left and above as it must have been according to subsequent
> information disseminated by the news services."
> Victoria Adams, WC testimony, April 7, 1964:
> Miss ADAMS - And from our vantage point we were able to see what the
> President's wife was wearing, the roses in the car, and things that
> would attract men's attention. Then we heard---then we were obstructed
> from the view.
> Mr. BELIN - By what?
> Miss ADAMS - A tree, and we heard a shot, and it was a pause, and then a
> second shot, and then a third shot. It sounded like a firecracker or a
> cannon at a football game, it seemed as if it came from the right below
> rather than from the left above.
> In both statements it is said that the gunfire came from the right (or
> "the right below") and no other direction is named. There is also no
> mention of any difference in volume and/or distance for any of the shots.
> If by tomorrow I see that someone, anyone, has quoted a witness or
> witnesses who did say that the shots came from multiple directions and/or
> did say that at least one of the shots was of a different volume and/or
> distance, I will bring my total up to nine or more for each of those
> witnesses quoted.
Victoria Adams? I guess that makes it a Straw Woman Argument. No one
suggested Victoria Adams. And I asked you to quote EVERYTHING the
witness ever said. You are cherry picking.