Thursday, April 28, 2011

Steven Jones Once Again Behind the Curve

Disgraced Professor Steven Jones hilariously makes a post on 911 Blogger supporting the lawsuit of April Gallop (assuming it is still up by the time you read this) calling for people to help influence her case in the appeals court, quoting from another article:

You will need to act fast, because the case has already been in the Circuit Court, in Connecticut, for three weeks today, and a ruling can come down soon. If you value your life, you will try to stop that ruling from being an affirmation of the dismissal. Once the dismissal happens, Gallop’s case, with its amazing insights into 9/11, will be legally barred from being adjudicated. It will be like Jim Garrison’s JFK case. “So near and yet so far.…”


I am not sure exactly what either of the authors thought they can do to "stop that ruling". Are they planning on kidnapping the families of the judges or something? Regardless, as Pat pointed out yesterday, the decision has already been made. Her case was not only thrown out but Gallop and her lawyers are being threatened with legal sanctions for bringing such a frivolous suit before the court.

Wow, with cutting edge research like this, I don't know why they haven't blown the lid off of 9/11 already.

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6 Comments:

At 28 April, 2011 20:55, Blogger Triterope said...

That's hilarious.

 
At 28 April, 2011 21:00, Blogger texasjack said...

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At 28 April, 2011 21:05, Blogger texasjack said...

Funny Jones should compare it to the Jim Garrison case. A farce of a case that tried an innocent man (Clay Shaw). A case referred by many attorneys as the worst instance of prosecutorial misconduct ever.

Thankfully the appeal was thrown out with Gallup now facing sanctions for bringing a frivolous suit. It reminds me of what Clay Shaw told friends: "if the jury could convict me on such shoddy evidence as Garrison presented, I would go gladly to jail because that would be the safest place to be in a world gone mad."

 
At 28 April, 2011 21:14, Blogger Ian said...

And remember, Steven Jones opinions on the collapse are what Brian repeats like a deranged parrot over and over again.

Brian, you should really stick to coming up with your own opinions. "Meatball on a fork" is just so hilarious.

 
At 04 May, 2011 02:46, Blogger orphia_nay said...

Jones says to support April Gallop, but then says, "In particular, I would urge them to avoid those areas for which hard evidence is NOT solid, such as the notion that a missile hit the Pentagon. Weak arguments can only hurt their case."

Talk about cognitive dissonance.

And as for the disaster/doom preparadness stuff. Jonesy, your tinfoil hat is too tight!

 
At 04 May, 2011 02:47, Blogger orphia_nay said...

And is is just me, or is 911Blogger eating itself? Not much support there for Jones, but a lot of opposition.

 

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