Jeff Morey
Wed Aug 14, 2019 12:32


Where does Behan corroborate Kehoe’s testimony?

My Best,

Jeff Morey

  • Speculation versus witness testimonyTom Gaumer, Wed Aug 14 12:07
    Was Behan trying to disarm the cowboys? Testimony of James Kehoe on page 68 of Turner. "Frank was in debt to our firm (Kehoe was a butcher) and I was standing at the door of our market speaking with... more
    • Question...? — Jeff Morey, Wed Aug 14 12:32
      • He doesn't if memory servesAnonymous, Wed Aug 14 13:18
        Jeff Some people suggest Kehoe was a completely false witness. I was inviting Jeff Morey to make that post. Here is a possible resolution of another matter, courtesy of Garth Gould and not to the... more
        • I didn’t laugh, but I smiled.Jeff Morey, Wed Aug 14 13:59
          Tom, What I’ve never understood is, if Billy Clanton was “an important witness against Doc Holliday”, as some have claimed, why wouldn’t Ike Clanton state that in his testimony? My Best, Jeff Morey
          • Good point. Ike may be a flawed individualTom Gaumer, Wed Aug 14 16:11
            Jeff If the Earp's were involved in the Benson stage murders and knew Billy was a witness and feared him for that reason, why would Billy or his brothers still be alive 7 months later? Why a public... more
            • Exactly!Jeff Morey, Wed Aug 14 17:21
              Tom, If the Earps wanted to eliminate Ike and Billy Clanton, all they had to do is blast them to hell out in the desert. The idea that they wanted a “showdown” is movie foolishness. Who in their... more
              • Yep and that ruins us as movie heroesTom Gaumer, Thu Aug 15 01:40
                Jeff but we win which is more important in real life. I loved seeing western heroes in the movies and on TV settle important issues by their skill with a gun. Very dramatic. However it gradually... more
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