When we started this blog, the goal was to find the truth.
Back in the day when Neal Boortz had his famous radio show, he started every episode with the comments, “if you don’t know everything I say to be true, don’t believe a word of it without personally verifying it.”
We hoped that by presenting the facts that we did, readers would verify on their own and get some answers from the Kerodins.
Jim Miller posted an incredible amount of data to the web. If you haven’t had the chance to look through all of it, here it is again:
We were disappointed that the response is just one more typical response from the Kerodins.
Astute readers recognize the pattern:
- Ignore the allegations as long as possible
- Come back with vicious personal and professional attacks
- The famous threats of lawsuits
We were amazed at the volumes of truth that were revealed.
- Detailed bank statements
- Detailed email traffic
- Detailed legal documents
Truth that deserved answers.
We realize that most folks don’t have the time or energy to wade through volumes of documentation. Sadly, knowing that folks won’t wade through all of the documents, the attackers use the attack of, “…insinuations, half-truths, gratuitous assertions, and convenient omissions…” to deceive the readers and divert their attention.
Miller’s documents show that the original prototype was made the same way as the follow-on guns. In fact, all of the photos of the process include frames with STI on them!
I’m not qualified to manufacture guns. Don’t know that much about it. Doubt if Sam or Holly do either.
So, I did some searching on the internet. I found a website called CNC Gunsmithing. I searched down to see what they had to say about STI frames:
“I found out that the STI is a type of pistol that a lot of competition shooters use. So this makes it very customizable. The bad thing is, the STI pistols are VERY expensive.”
You can read the entire thing here: http://www.cncguns.com/projects/stiframe.html
Facts, not insinuations, half-truths, gratuitous assertions, and convenient omissions