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Michael
Re: Henry Paynter II
Wed Sep 19, 2018 09:46
2001:558:6027:18:e5f8:3aff:471f:669

You are assuming quite a bit here aren't you? Ask yourself "why." There were many sources for this and not just Fisher. What I can tell you (since I've read hundreds of documents penned by Fisher) is that he wouldn't have told the Governor this if he did not believe it to be true. There are many examples I could give although I do not think it will matter to you at this point.

But here's one anyway... The Burlap Bag. Early on the Governor was asking Fisher if one had existed. Fisher told him he "heard" one did but "could never pin anyone down."

So you having repeating a story he did not believe in one place but talking turkey about another angle. See how that works?

Well anyway you've got a whole chapter in my book for your consideration. What you choose to do with it is up to you.



  • Re: Henry Paynter IIMichael 5260 for Michael, Tue Sep 18 10:57
    Okay. So we have Henry Paynter, the writer of the telephone number on the trim board, admitting to C. Lloyd Fisher that he wrote the telephone number. Fisher had this information and did nothing... more
    • Re: Henry Paynter II — Michael, Wed Sep 19 09:46
      • Re: Henry Paynter IIMichael 5260 for Michael, Wed Sep 19 11:30
        I am not assuming quite a bit of anything. I am going by the facts you presented. That Henry Paynter told Fisher that he wrote the telephone number on the trim board and then Fisher told Governor... more
        • Re: Henry Paynter IIMichael, Thu Sep 20 09:30
          I am not trying to insult you but what I see is that you had made up your mind prior to any of this and now seek to justify that position. Its a natural phenomenon - especially among the ranks of... more
          • Re: Henry Paynter IIMichael 5260, Fri Sep 21 13:00
            How can a person make up their mind about a garbage can story like Henry Paynter's? It isn't even a fact. A fact is something that can be proved to be true. Based on Fisher's inaction concerning... more
            • Re: Henry Paynter IIMichael, Sat Sep 22 08:38
              What you are doing is attempting to disprove something "you" don't like based upon what "you" think "you" would have done in that situation. I believe this is a flawed approach for more reasons than... more
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