Reclaiming History? Or Re-framing Oswald?

  • Vincent Bugliosi's massive tome on the JFK assassination purports to be a "comprehensive and fair evaluation of the entire case.....The theorists may not agree with my conclusions, but in this work on the assassination I intend to set forth all of their main arguments, and the way they, not I, want them to be set forth, before I seek to demonstrate their invalidity. I will not knowingly omit or distort anything."

    We beg to differ. Judge for yourself.

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Pat Speer

This is an excellent, well-written treatment of but a few of Bugliosi's distortions, Milicent.
Congratulations.

I would like to point out that, IMO, the head wounds are not as mysterious or confusing as once thought, and that at patspeer.com I examine them in detail, and (hopefully) solve a few of these mysteries.

P.S. Those not convinced by Ms. Cranor's critique of Dr. Baden's credibility should watch Part 1 of my video series. It shows Dr. Baden, Bugliosi's chosen expert on the medical evidence, testifying before congress with his exhibit upside down, and never catching on.

Pat Speer

This is an excellent, well-written treatment of but a few of Bugliosi's distortions, Milicent.
Congratulations.

I would like to point out that, IMO, the head wounds are not as mysterious or confusing as once thought, and that at patspeer.com I examine them in detail, and (hopefully) solve a few of these mysteries.

P.S. Those not convinced by Ms. Cranor's critique of Dr. Baden's credibility should watch Part 1 of my video series. It shows Dr. Baden, Bugliosi's chosen expert on the medical evidence, testifying before congress with his exhibit upside down, and never catching on.

Martin Hay

Very nice piece, I really enjoyed reading it. I just wanted to point out one thing that I thought important. In discussing the exit hole in Governor Connally's jacket, Cranor doesn't mention (unless I missed it) that the hole was no where near the lapel. In fact it was several inches down from the lapel making the whole "lapel flip as proof of bullet strike" theory very questionable indeed. A picture that clearly shows where the hole was can be found here: http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/jaynes2/soc.htm

Neil Crouse

An incredible article, took a while to read but I'm glade I persevered. I'm going to agree with Mr. Speer on this one as I found his set of videos fascinating as well.
An awful lot of information I had never herd of here and it has inspired me to look a little deeper at some things. My interests lately have focused on what exactly happened between Parkland and Bethesda (hope I spelled that right). I feel that there are a lot of tough questions surround this issue and so far there has been no satisfactory, if any real answers to any of these questions . I think that some very bad people did some very bad things to that body somewhere between Parkland and that sham of an autopsy, but thats just my opinion.

P.S. If anyone has info on this subject, whether it be in video form or not, please let me know at neilcrouse@hotmail.com. Thanks in advance.

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