Will Be The 50th Anniversary
of the Warren Commission
and Their Report
Join us in an international open debate on this report.
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A Moot Court On The Warren Commission
This will be a moot court. There will be one judge. One school will defend the Warren Commission Report's finding and the other side will point out the serious errors in the Report. This is an interesting twist on the normal Moot Court. You still have two teams of two lawyers. The difference is that instead of arguing appellant law you are arguing facts or trying to bring about theories in front of judges who are knowledgeable of these events.
Each team will have two speakers and each will have 15 minutes to bring out their case. Thirty minutes for each side. The judge will be able to ask questions of each lawyer. They will present evidence backing up their contentions.
There are two points of error:
The first point (first speaker) The conclusions of the Warren Commission were made because of political reasons rather than evidence of what took place in Dallas on Nov. 22, 2013
The second point (second speaker) The conclusion of the Warren Commission that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone gunman that shot President John F. Kennedy and Governor John Connally in Dallas on Nov. 22, 2013
History of the Warren Commission
President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, commonly called the Warren Commission, by Executive Order (E.O. 11130) on November 29, 1963. Its purpose was to investigate the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy on November 22, 1963, at Dallas, Texas. President Johnson directed the Commission to evaluate matters relating to the assassination and the subsequent killing of the alleged assassin, and to report its findings and conclusions to him.
Now 50th years later- let begin to discuss what really happened
Be there on
May 29, 2014
The 97th anniversary
of John Kennedy's Birth
This Will Finally
Goes To Court
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