Wednesday, May 16, 2007

"Scientists cast doubt on Kennedy bullet analysis" - WP today

A hat tip to chiggerbit at the RI board for coming up with this, from today's Washington Post:

The "evidence used to rule out a second assassin is fundamentally flawed," concludes a new article in the Annals of Applied Statistics written by former FBI lab metallurgist William A. Tobin and Texas A&M University researchers Cliff Spiegelman and William D. James.

..."Given the significance and impact of the JFK assassination, it is scientifically desirable for the evidentiary fragments to be re-analyzed," the researchers said.
To be discussed at some future point.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Dawn Meredith said...

Well that's smart of him. It's a damn cartoon! But it's nice to know that SOMEONE in the scientific world bothered to notice and then write something intelligent about it. We just need a lot more like him.

Dawn

3:01 AM  
Anonymous Tony B. said...

Please google: “National Security Presidential Directive/NSPD 51” and “Homeland Security Presidential Directive/HSPD-20.”

This is worth a look. People should be worried. Barely a mention anywhere.

11:29 AM  

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