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  • Writer's pictureFred Litwin

Stone's Patsy

New Orleans Times-Picayune, December 22, 1991

Money quote:

Stone is as careless with the truth as is his hero. He depicts the prosecutor's fabrications as actual events, and adds fabrications of his own. Like the DA, Stone is indifferent to the rights of the accused and cynical in denying Clay Shaw his humanity.

MacKenzie discusses the supposed incident where Shaw told officer Habighorst that his alias was Clay Bertrand. For more information, please read this blog post.

His conclusion is important:

Prosecutors and historians will long debate whether he [Oswald] was indeed the fall guy arrested to divert attention from a monstrous global conspiracy. What they are not morally free to do is make a patsy out of someone like Clay Shaw to advance those theories and schemes.


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