Results 1 to 10 of 421

Thread: Mary's Mosaic: Entering Peter Janney's World of Fantasy

Threaded View

  1. Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Scully View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A. O'Blazney View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn Meredith View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Johnson View Post
    I just bought the Kindle version on Amazon for $1.99. Looking forward to reading it and to the continued high level of conversation in this thread.
    It's a real page turner Lauren. Opps I forgot Peter had read the book too, that's what I get for trying to post before court. (I miss stuff). And Peter and I are in total agreement.
    Myth makes better reading than, well....... your turn, Jim. I wish Mr. Janney the best for the rest of his life, though. Hope he sells a lot of books by his publisher Skyhorse. He first went to Trine Day, but...... well.......
    A toast in rememberance of Dovey, and her several contradictory versions of the status of alleged Crump alibi witness, Vivian. While we are at it, add a toast to those who
    believe resident Trump is donating his time and effort to "save" our formerly great nation!

    http://letsrollforums.com//jfk-murde...23127p22.html?

    Chorus:
    ....Why do we never get an answer
    When we're knocking at the door?
    Because the truth is hard to swallow

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Scully View Post

    Peter, I am constrained by what I read. There are four different versions of this key component. It is not my fault, it is Dovey Roundtree's fault and it is disqualifying
    The contradictions make it impossible for a reasonable person to go where you are firm in positioning yourself, IMO.

    ..........Peter Janney confirms in his new book "Mary's Mosaic" that indeed Dovey Roundtree was able to locate and even talk to Crump's girlfriend Vivian. Roundtree told about Vivian during her 1992 interview with Leo Damore. (Mary's Mosaic, p. 95.)
    Although Peter Janney, Leo Damore, Nina Burleigh and Katie McCabe (author of Roundtree's autobiography) have been frequently in contact with each other related to their Mary Meyer research, none of them seemed to have the need to address this inconsistency regarding Vivian. That's really weird, for the interests are clearly there: Vivian's information is crucial for the analysis of Crump's whereabouts on the towpath that day.
    Peter Janney simply ignores the fact that Roundtree told Burleigh that she was never able to locate Vivian.




    There is a pattern of this kind of spinning around Crump's activities on the towpath, in which lawyer Dovey Roundtree is definately involved. On page 94 of "Mary's Mosaic" Peter Janney states that Roundtree told Damore in 1990 that Crump knew about the location at the edge of the Potomac where Vivian and he went to. After falling into the river, Crump tried to "find his way out of the dang place." Next comes this quote:
    Quote: He wasn't familar with that area at all. And he sort of roamed around. And then he heard something like an explosion.
    That's quite a contradiction by Roundtree: was or wasn't Crump familiar with the area? According to most sources he was, for he went sometimes fishing there.
    Furthermore, Roundtree entirely avoids the issue of Crump's jacket and cap which were found in the river later on. Much more come on those items, for they are pivotal in Janney's murder scenario; why would Crump have thrown his jacket and cap in the river when he tried to get out of the area?
    However, much more suspicious is Roundtree's claim during her 1990 interview with Leo Damore that Crump actually heard "something like an explosion." "Like the backfire of a car," said Crump, according to Roundtree.
    This statement has one direct consequence for Crump's whereabouts on the towpath: he was already awake well before the shots were fired! This statement by Roundtree implies that the 2 shots [if any...] didn't wake up Crump:
    Crump was already roaming around in the area to find a way out before the shots were fired...
    Once again, Peter Janney basically ignores this fact. That's suspicious to say the least, for this "roaming around in the area" by Crump turns out to be crucial within the scenario "Mitchell shot Mary", promoted by Janney himself. See the coming posts.
    And now back to Dovey Roundtree, her 2009 autobiography "Justice Older Than The Law," page 192:.......
    ....

    Mark, I hope you are enjoying your summer, stay well!
    Enjoyed my summer immensely, Mr. Scully....... and you?
    Last edited by Mark A. O'Blazney; 02-11-2019 at 11:08 AM.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •