Consider all the testimony and then you can surrender.
Wed Apr 18, 2012 14:17
On page 152 of Turner Johnny Behan confirms what Wyatt and Virgil said to him at the time. When all three, Behan, Virgil and Wyatt, agree at the time that something was said, most observers would likely consider it a fact. You are free to hold out that all three were wrong and only you know. Surrender might be better for you on this one?
(A) I went down that evening and when I got to the house, Virgil Earp said, "You better go slow Behan and not push this matter too far." I told him I did not come there to have any words--that I intended to do my duty as an officer. Then he said I tried to get the vigilance committee to hang them. I told him I did nothing of the kind. that I never called for them. He said about the same thing that Wyatt said about me deceiving them or throwing them off. That is when I explained to him about stopping him and telling them to stop...."
Please give me the details about when and where Wyatt Earp contradicted this particular matter years later or anytime. You might want to surrender again about now?
As I recall Wyatt was just reading.... reading the words compliled by the high-priced lawyer. This is what we do when paying out the nose to high-priced attorney. We submit to their professional... more
Consider all the testimony and then you can surrender. Tom Gaumer,Wed Apr 18 14:17