Friday, October 20, 2006

Dang I Think I Forgot to Link This Earlier

My apologies to Burke; I promised to post about this and forgot. He's trying to organize a mock trial of the US Government for 9-11. This strikes me as a good idea; have each side lay out the evidence. But you can probably guess the problem; so far he hasn't been able to get any of the 9-11 Deniers to take on the job of prosecution.

6 Comments:

At 21 October, 2006 04:31, Blogger Sword of Truth said...

Jones is toast.

http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=582631

About damn time.

 
At 21 October, 2006 07:49, Blogger Lying_Dylan said...

but wait a seocnd I thought the Tin Foil Hatters were all about "the truth"....yet not a single nutbar wants to be on the prosecution team?
SHOCKING!!!
"DEDICATED TO THE LIVES WE LOST ON SEPTEMBER 11, 2001"

The school has abandoned its review of Jones' 9/11 research about the World Trade Center.

DONT LET THE DOOR HIT YOU IN THE ASS NUTBAR!

 
At 21 October, 2006 10:00, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the link, Pat. No need to apologize. Hopefully it shakes out a few deniers willing to justify their accusations. It's interesting how quickly some of them stop making accusations and claim to be just "asking questions" when you want them to actually prove their accusations.

 
At 22 October, 2006 22:56, Blogger Bubbers said...

Wow good idea burke. This looks like it will be very ineteresting.
Hope everything pans out as far as making it happen. I'd love to see it.

 
At 23 October, 2006 06:27, Blogger Swing Dangler said...

But you can probably guess the problem; so far he hasn't been able to get any of the 9-11 Deniers to take on the job of prosecution.

Why would they? He selects what evidence can and can't be heard. Not exactly a 'fair' trial mind you. There is already a real scheduled debate anyway. I posted that on an earlier thread.

Thanks for the link, Pat. No need to apologize. Hopefully it shakes out a few deniers willing to justify their accusations. It's interesting how quickly some of them stop making accusations and claim to be just "asking questions" when you want them to actually prove their accusations.
Burke biased? Naww I didn't think so.

 
At 24 October, 2006 10:22, Blogger Swing Dangler said...

All I can do is promise I will decide fairly, based on agreed upon rules, what evidence may be admitted; and how each case may be presented.

Well that maybe true, but you also have a blog that mocks CT's and are very active on this site, so I doubt anyone will particpate. I'm afraid your wasting your time.

I would suggest using Crossing The Rubicon as your hypothetical prosecutor. Spend your time debunking that tome on your 9/11 trial site.

 

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