Read my entire post. Then, answer the question. Are you willing to accept the truth, and if so, from whom? I believe the print to be a match, it was determined and corroborated, however, ardent WC defenders believe it is not. It has been over 7 years since anyone has taken a look at the print. I am reviving it to put the issue to rest for good. So, I will ask you again, Mr. Axelson, from whom would you accept this is a match, or, would you accept the news from an unbiased source with impeccable credentials?
Getting to some of your comments: <"Mr. Van Noord, you have repeatedly mis-represented my statements, mis-quoted me, and attempted to put words into my mouth">
I apologize, Mr. Axelson if you were offended. But, in one breath, you say fingerprint ID is not rocket science, then you say you're not an expert. (Did I misrepresent that?) If it's not rocket science, it must be easy, right?
So the question is, if I had a CLPE who identified a print with 34 points and it was verified by a second CLPE, what are the chances it would be accepted by the jury, given the fact that none of Nathan Darby matches over 40 years were ever called into question? I don't want to put words in your mouth, I'll just await your answer.
Regarding Billy Sol Estes: He had already served his time, he waited until all the principles were dead.
Barefoot Sanders on the other hand, was a close friend and counsel of LBJ..don't you think he has a bias?
<"Take a look at Robert Groden, f'gosh sakes. He testified in the OJ civil trial, was permitted to express his opinion as an expert on whether or not a photo of OJ wearing Bruno Maglis was genuine or not."> Absolutely. I agree, he embarrassed himself. However, it does not disqualify all his work.
<"And we're STILL waiting for your answer on what rifle Mr. Wallace fired."> There was another rifle found on the roof of the depository that day. Check the Mentesana film. Some claim it was just a police rifle. Why would they be examining their own rifle? Then there are reports of a Mauser. Even a CIA docment produced on 11/25/63 describe a "7.35 mm Mauser, Model 91, 1938."
<"escape the TSBD and Dealey Plaza without being seen"> Not quite, Mr. Axelson. Richard Carr and James Worrell both describe a man fitting Wallace's description leave the building. and Brennan's original description of the person he saw on the sixth floor more resembles Wallace than Oswald. Oswald was 150 pounds soaking wet. He was listed as 140. Oswald was 5' 9". Wallace was 5' 11" 180 pounds. Brennan's description was 5' 10", 165-175 pounds.
<" and I'll just have to rely on the FBI's conclusion on this one.">
What reply, Mr. Axelson? There is nothing written from the FBI stating it is not a match. Good luck finding it.
I await your reply to my question above.