In the previous blog, Ignore my obvious guilt, I received a copy of pdf that apparently was missing some of the footnotes, coming from a friend I accepted it as legitimate and believe they did as well.
We’ve since discussed that and while they offered an apology I accept it as my responsibility.
Digging a little deeper I discovered the missing footnotes and the declaration at the very bottom in the fine print one usually finds in those end user agreements so common to Google, Microsoft, etal that this pdf was meant as “satire”.
I’ve deleted that blog for that specific reason and contend that “satire” should be clearly labelled as such.
This in no way alters my conviction that Peltier is guilty and rightfully convicted due in no small part to having once been a Peltier supporter and knowing the name of the game they play.
It in no way reduces the preponderance of evidence to that end nor his own words spoken during interviews and archived in videos on the internet.
Satire has a role, but satire shouldn’t be misleading and presented in such a way as to be clearly understood as satire.
My bad and I’m not ducking that, score one for the opposition who have finally after years made a valid point.