...however, so as not to disappoint you, I think I was talking about a recent re-read of Wyatt's Hearing testimony. To me it sounds quite juvenile; much like a teen-age boy trying to cover for getting caught by his father in some whopping lies. The man amazes with me with his insight as he is always able to quote people who are never around anywhere to back him up, and yet so many believe almost everything he says!
I think it has a distinct humour about it but I tend to tick people off when I point that out, so let's just forget I said it!
Joyce, I think that most of your historical perspectives however unusual, are usually well thought out and most bring a much-needed historical balance to the Earp-Cowboy feud. However, this particular... more
BJ/Well...maybe not on that one!... — Joyce A. Aros,Wed Jun 08 7:25
Joyce, according to the late Jeanne Cason who used to post on this forum, Wyatt was not much for conversation. She speculated that Wyatt was either unable or unwilling engage in any indepth conversation... more
...have no trouble believing Jeanne Cason in this regard. I don't know how she arrived at that observation, whether by personal experience or connections to people who knew Wyatt, and I don't know the... more
...I decided to quote Wyatt's particular section I had referred to as the testimony is lengthy and it may be time consuming for you to find it, as I usually have to read a whole lot to find something I... more
...Where is the accountability for shooting down a young cowboy who put out his hands in front of him and asked not to be shot? Where's the accountability for the admission of three Earps firing at the... more