Baffle them with Cow Dung
That is indeed a very tragic scenario… but despite all the hyperbole, pages of so-called testimonies, dramatic stories to track down hearsay rumors heard by children who disappeared in Mexico, pages of audio charts, medical history, and tangential stories about Chandra Swami, Napoleon, Blanch Tyler Moore, Arsenic Annie Doss of Lexington, Dr. Michael Swango (Doctor Death), Jagannatha Dasa (Giuliano), Sri Ram Jethmalani, Narasimha Rao, Rich Man Adnan Khashoggi, Shyama Ma and several additional pages of other arsenic case studies, all the “poison conspiracy” adds up to a lot of very intentional distracting, irrelevant, inadmissible hearsay. However, the strategy is effective because the average person has far more important things to do than to try and plow thru all the propaganda, speculation, conjecture, interpretations and odious bloating that drips from everything related to this well-crafted conspiracy. What we have here is an excellent example of what W.C. Fields was referring to when he said:
“If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit.” ? W.C. Fields
Overwhelming the opposition with a mountain of paperwork is an effective legal tactic – albeit sleazy – when used to frustrate the pursuit of justice. It is done here to also provide the illusion that the mere volume of material submitted suggests there is a lot of evidence to support the allegations. The Truth team virtually comes right out and says this very thing… but a whole truck full of broken glass would never be as valuable as one very well polished gem. All we are getting is the broken bottles of intentional confabulation presented to look like uncontested facts.