No, Backes. Once again, you got it wrong. The mock trial in 2017 is going to be at a law school in Houston. Not Austin. Houston. The South Texas School of Law.
And, having one in Austin a year before is my idea. That's the plain and simple truth. So, why do you have to be such a jerk about it?
And you didn't say anything in your criticism except your usual blowhard stuff.
And yes, I would be the defense lawyer. It's a mock trial, Backes, so there's no reason I couldn't be. As far as learning the courtroom procedures, just because you would have trouble getting them into your head, it doesn't mean I would. I can do anything I set my mind to.
And no, Backes. It's not all about me. It's all about Oswald. Exonerating Oswald. The guy you don't give a flying flip about, some of us want to see him vindicated.
That's what it's about, Backes. That's all that it's about.
And once again, you falsely make it sound like I am the only one who advocates Oswald in the doorway. In reality, the doorway is now the dominant conviction among Oswald defenders as to where Oswald was during the shooting.
And look at all stellar researchers who advocated for Oswald in the doorway: Mark Lane, Vincent Salandria, Harold Weisberg, Penn Jones, Jim Garrison, David Wrone, Gerald McKnight, etc. etc.
I will go up against anybody on this, including any real lawyer. I can learn the courtroom procedures in a weekend.
Backes, you're handicapped, not that I would ever cut you any slack for it, but a competent person would know that if this were a real trial with Oswald present, that in declaring that he was not up on the 6th floor shooting at Kennedy, he would DEFINITELY say where he was instead when it happened. It's a given that he would establish that. So, in pursuing it that way, I would be doing exactly what Oswald and his lawyer would do.
You probably think that Oswald would tell the jury, "I can't tell you where I was up at 12:30, but I wasn't on the 6th floor shooting at the President." That's what you probably think because you're stupid. But, to every defendant pleading innocent, establishing his or her alibi is a must. An absolute must.
So, it's not a matter of whether you would give Oswald an alibi; you definitely would; you have to. It's just a matter of where you are going to say he was. And where he was at 12:30 was the doorway. He wasn't on the 6th floor shooting the President. And, he didn't choose to skip seeing the President and First Lady to sit alone in the lunch room- not when he had 45 minutes to do his lunching before they arrived. He was in the doorway at 12:30 when they passed by.
I know it's a long shot, but if anybody is willing, I am looking for an adversary to go up against me in court. To an impartial jury, I can win an acquittal for Oswald. If anyone doubts that, this is how we should fight it out. Any takers?