Not the Truth, The Whole Truth, The Full Truth, and Not Final,
This review is from: Final Disclosure: The Full Truth about the Assassination of President Kennedy (Hardcover)
Anything written by David Belin should be taken with a grain of salt...maybe the whole salt shaker. He, it is now known, tampered with at least one witness whom he interviewed, Policeman Roger Craig. Belin had a way of interrogating the witness, Craig, in reference to his testimony: he, Belin, would ask certain questions and, whenever an important question would come up, such as a description of clothing or a time element or something; he had to know what Craig's answer was before hand, and would turn off the tape recorder he was using, and instruct the stenographer present, to stop taking notes. Then Belin would ask for the question, and if the answer satisfied him, he would turn the recorder back on, instruct the stenographer to start writing again, and he would ask Craig a completely differently question. Consider Belin's question if the Rambler car Craig reports as having Oswald away from the area, had out-of-state plates or Texas plates. Craig replied that they were not the same color as Texas plates...in the final testimony, Belin took the word "not" out, so it completely changed that particular sentence. Craig later saw the car in question and it had out-of-state plates. Belin also changed the color of the car, the color of the man's jacket driving the car; he just rearranged everything. Now in 26 volumes of Warren Commission testimony, his, Craig's, was changed 14 times! Is this a man who can be believed? For new disclosure on David Belin, see the book: "The Girl on the Stairs," by Barry Ernest. The Girl On The Stairs: My Search For A Missing Witness To The Assassination Of John F. Kennedy. As is stated in that book, it was Belin who had officially questioned many of these witnesses; it was Belin who wrote memos attempting to undermine those witness statements; it was Belin who allowed the Warren Report to say that what the witnesses said was wrong. Belin has also written another book November 22 1963: You Are the Jury in which he asks the public to be the jury in this case, but he hides from them what would prove him to be the one who was wrong, and instead continues with the distortion that several of the key witnesses he interviewed were "mistaken" about their testimony. Honest men do not make these kinds of errors, and evidence to make some of these witnesses appear wrong, was fabricated. New letters from witnesses with collaborating evidence, withheld from the public, have been recently released concerning Belin's mishandling of his position. He's the one who should be put on the stand and made to answer questions about his dereliction of duty to the Warren Commission. I give the book 2 stars for interesting reading and other JFK tidbits, but do not recommend it for accuracy. This is definitely not the final disclosure of the JFK murder.
Sort: Oldest first | Newest first
Showing 1-1 of 1 posts in this discussion
Initial post: 1 Jun 2011 10:54:06 BDT
J. P. Ryder says:
Lots of `conspiracy buff stuff' in your review, I see.
There are too many allegations to address in one go, but I would be grateful if you could answer the following:
1) Craig could never prove any of the above allegations against Belin or his supposed 'technique'. Can you?
2) Barry Ernest cannot prove any of his allegations either. Can you?
3) The 'new letters from witnesses": Who are they written by, who are they to, when were they written, who were they 'released' by, to whom were they `released' and can I see them anywhere?
4) Have you ever read the WC testimony of Craig and Adams for yourself?
‹ Previous 1 Next ›