Has anybody read Thomas B. Williams' book? I just purchased it and have read the first 110 pages but I get the impression that the author is just trying to prove his right every possible way. He is claiming that he is going to use only "facts" and objective "evidences" to support his hypothesis but again and again I find a number of myths coming up as facts in the text. The best example: "Let us now examine, without speculation, the evidence which the five captains would have given to the inquiry in Lord's defence, had the opportunity been given." Isn't this a paradox here? Speculating on what evidence someone WOULD HAVE GIVEN 95 years ago IF he would have been asked. Am I alone with my opinion?