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Michael
Re: questions about the faulkner letter
Thu May 24, 2018 16:56
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Written like someone who hasn't read through most of the collection. So paint everything as originating from "Nut Cases" in order to justify not doing so, and to dissuade others as if they would be stupid to do so?

Fact is, there are crazies who wrote in from ALL sources. That would include the New Jersey State Police Collection, the FBI Correspondence Files, as well as many many others.

Why NO such negative label against these source files? See how that works? There are qualifiers that are purposely omitted from the post above, and the main one is obviously the LACK of time spent reviewing all source material.

Something else that might be considered important is that Handwriting Expert August Hartkorn said both the "J.J. Faulker" signatures matched - that would be from the deposit slip as well as the letter to Hoffman.

Hartkorn was a verified "Expert" and his references included Chief Justice Brogan, Frank Hague, and Mercer Country Prosecutor Marshall - just name a few.

Does this mean they match? Who the hell knows? It means the "Experts" were anything but, and since they all seem to disagree today about so many cases has anything really changed?



  • Re: questions about the faulkner letterMichael 5260 for Bob, Thu May 24 14:21
    This Faulkner letter is one of the many letters sent to Governor Hoffman in order to persuade him to do something. The only inside dope the letter provided was that the writer was a dope. I first... more
    • was j.j. faulkner a real person?bob mills for michael and forum, Thu May 24 18:52
      Michael, excuse me. I never talked about an "assortment of cranks and psychotic people." I did say I thought the Faulkner letter to Hoffman was phony, because no such known existed (in connection... more
      • Re: was j.j. faulkner a real person?Michael 5260 for Bob, Thu May 24 20:03
        This is true. They never did find a J J Faulkner. We will never know who the person was that signed the bank deposit slip.
    • Re: questions about the faulkner letter — Michael, Thu May 24 16:56
      • Re: questions about the faulkner letterMichael 5260 for Michael, Thu May 24 19:57
        There were many investigative agencies that were involved in the LKC case. Should a person spend their time reviewing every single report that was written at the time? Looking for what? This doesn't... more
        • Re: questions about the faulkner letterMichael, Fri May 25 05:37
          Of course doing research is productive. Not doing it is evidence of what exactly? I mean, here you are saying you didn't know that Hartkorn made that conclusion. Why not? It's in the very collection... more
          • Re: questions about the faulkner letterMichael 5260 for Michael, Fri May 25 10:42
            Is this some kind of a contest? The more times a person goes to the archives, the more times they stare at the various collections, the more valid their conclusions become? I know I've burned my fair ... more
            • Re: questions about the faulkner letterMichael, Fri May 25 17:43
              Certainly not a contest but if it were one you'd lose badly. And yet you dissuade research by throwing out labels like "garbage" and "nonsense" concerning Hoffman's Collection? It's unconscionable.... more
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