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Old 10-21-2018, 12:24 PM
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Sorry Jon
Running around with press reports is not going to give any justification to denial of the wording of the official inquest report .
There is nothing to suggest the records are incorrect .
Brown's testimony is one of the cornerstones we should be working from .

If you personally don't wish to believe what he said that is your choice .
I'm sure you will be very much in the minority .
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Nick.

At last count about six members; GUT, Kattrup, Joshua, Sam, Bridewell and myself all do not agree that there is some conflict between what Brown & Saunders said about analyzing the stomach.

None of these members have invested in any collective theory about this murder. In fact there is likely some details in this murder that we, collectively, would not agree on.
Yet, on this point alone you have been given six different & independent opinions on what was meant by the two surgeons, all in agreement.

Yet, you think we are wrong?

Here we are seeing a stark difference between trying to understand what was meant, and promoting a personal theory.
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Nick.

At last count about six members; GUT, Kattrup, Joshua, Sam, Bridewell and myself all do not agree that there is some conflict between what Brown & Saunders said about analyzing the stomach.

None of these members have invested in any collective theory about this murder. In fact there is likely some details in this murder that we, collectively, would not agree on.
Yet, on this point alone you have been given six different & independent opinions on what was meant by the two surgeons, all in agreement.

Yet, you think we are wrong?

Here we are seeing a stark difference between trying to understand what was meant, and promoting a personal theory.
Jon it isn't difficult .
It's in plain English .

" i removed the content of the stomach" sounds like precisely what it's meant to sound like .
It's nothing to do with promoting a theory , it's about getting to the truth .
You list a number of people who , as far as I can see , dropped out of the conversation which usually suggests that they know there is no argument .
You have continued but don't try to create a group of followers as a way to back up your point .
The same post elsewhere and yours was the only dissenting voice , does that mean that everybody else who viewed the thread agreed with me ?

It's basic English Jon , it's about nothing else .
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You list a number of people who , as far as I can see , dropped out of the conversation which usually suggests that they know there is no argument
How decent of you to admit it
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How decent of you to admit it
Had Jon had a case you would have followed I'm sure 😉
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Let's try to work out what wild and wacky alternative suggestion you can come up with for Blackwell and Phillips both removing the cachous from Strides hand and passing them to the other .

I'm sure you'll come up with something
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