Re: Are Conspiracies Stronger Than Truth?

Ira Brodsky (
Tue, 24 Sep 1996 11:46:40 -0600

James Daugherty wrote:

> Ira: You seem to be missing the point...FBI Official loudly and
>derisively rejected the missle theory just a few days ago without making
>any significant effort to refute the evidence already in the public
>domain! That is suspicious!

This debate seems to be going in circles, so let me summarize my view:

Really, what is claimed by the originators of the navy missile + cover-up
theory is that the U.S. government knew the cause from the very beginning
and has somehow tricked the entire population into believing there is an
"investigation" going on. This is just as preposterous as someone claiming
to have invented an anti-gravity machine in the absence of significant
prior research.

The 100+ eyewitnesses may have seen a missile, or they may have seen
something else -- people sometimes misinterpret what they see in the dark.
But one thing I am certain they didn't see: hundreds of people converging
on the crash site to cover it up.

Ira Brodsky
Datacomm Research Company
Wilmette, Illinois