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This site has been developed by Tombstone/Wyatt Earp researcher Steve Gatto to provide factual information about Wyatt Earp. The main goal of this page is to clear up the myths surrounding the Wyatt Earp saga and to present accurate information about the man. 
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     On November 15, 1881, the prosecution rested, and the defense presented its first witness concerning the gunfight at the OK Corral the next day. On November 16, Wyatt Earp took the stand and was permitted to read from a prepared statement. Judge Wells Spicer then allowed Wyatt to exit the stand without being cross-examined by the prosecution.
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