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Michael
Re: More
Thu Sep 27, 2018 14:19
2001:558:6027:18:e5f8:3aff:471f:669



If a tree falls in the woods and no one is there to hear it - does it make a sound? If the answer is yes, then how in the hell can anyone cross examine facts they aren't aware of? So what you mean to say is YOU have SOME of their words in which to cross examine. What about what you do not? You've read the Flemington Transcripts and they are the holy bible for some. YET they have not read the Curtis Transcripts, the Means Transcripts, or the Parker Transcripts. That's certainly important since there were positions, testimony, and evidence presented by the same people which is contradictory.

And so the answer for you would be the tree makes no noise, and if you do not know about something - then it does not exist.


  • Re: MoreMichael 5260, Thu Sep 27 13:55
    Three times this week I have heard John H. Wigmore quoted by attorneys: "Cross-examination is the greatest legal engine ever invented for the discovery of truth." Wigmore was an American jurist and... more
    • Re: More — Michael, Thu Sep 27 14:19
      • Re: MoreMichael 5260, Thu Sep 27 16:19
        Our discussions have been about the evidence and the trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann That is the focus. At least I think that is the focus. Curtis Transcripts, Means Transcripts, and Parker... more
        • Re: MoreMichael, Thu Sep 27 19:09
          You are incorrect of both points. My discussions do not exclude anything relevant. Next, testimony from other related cases that contradict testimony in Flemington should not be ignored. Yet it is -... more
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