Originally posted by captaintyinknots
Originally posted by Marlow
reply to post by captaintyinknots
We can only believe in the words of Carver here that the Bushmaster was used and all kids had been shot at least 3 times. This may be proof enough for
you but maybe not for everybody else on this forum here.
I guess I have to wonder what you all WILL accept. Seems like a pretty easy cop out to say "i dont believe him. He's the expert and I have NOTHING to
contradict his story, but I dont believe him". What will it take to convince you?
edit on 29-1-2013 by captaintyinknots because: (no reason
Yes, you have to wonder. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. All what we have is witness testemonies (words) but no real physical
hard evidence for a school massacre.
If Jehovah's Witnesses ring at my door, am I required to believe them? It's everybodies freedom to choose in what to believe and in what not to
It's like "the dog that did not bark" (look this up with Google). In my opinion there are too many things which are missing, here is an example:
According to the posting of Druid42 www.abovetopsecret.com...
just above my previous posting there should be
blood all over the place.
Now when the first responders and the emergency personal arrived they should have checked all the victims for vital signs, this means their clothes
and shoes shold be covered with blood too, so we should see at least some blood at the entrance of the school too (after they left the school), but
there is nothing to see.
If someone tells me: "Dictator X has weapons of mass destruction, let's prevent him from using them and invade his country." should I just believe it
or wouldn't it be appropriate to ask first for a little proof?
There are people now who want to fumble with the 2nd amendment because of the school shooting. Wouldn't it be appropriate to ask first for a little
proof that the school shooting really happened in the way it was reported?
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. On the one side there is a claim that there was the school massacre, on the other side there is a
suspicion that a lot of people could be telling not the truth.
From my personal experience it is more likely that one person lies than that one person kills someone: I personally know a lot of people which lied
already at the one time or the other, but I personally know nobody who has already killed someone.
So the burden of proof is on the side of those people who are saying that this 20yo kid caused that bloodbath.
Even medical examiners lie sometimes. Carver's assistant medical examiner in his office was charged with perjury (see viedeo in my previous posting at
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