Suspicion is Not Evidence

Evidence can accumulate or evaporate

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We can all be subject to suspicions. Like many people I have suspicions about the 1963 assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy. It’s hard to believe that Oswald alone did it, and many other people seem to have had motives for killing Kennedy. But nevertheless, substantial evidence for such suspicions remains lacking.

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Jim Mason

Jim Mason

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