Fostering A Lie

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A shorter and less comprehensive presentation is my column (part 1 and part 2) published in 1999 before the Ninth Circuit's first decision in the case, which held 2-1 that "Favish, in fact, tenders evidence and argument which, if believed, would justify his doubts" about the official conclusion that Foster committed suicide in Fort Marcy Park. Of course, what evidence is not to be believed? The only evidence I gave the court was official government documents. My credibility was not the issue.

Downloadable documents:

Decision (70 KB), U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit