Why is Special Relativity Wrong (2)

Galileo might be wrong, Einstein could also be incorrect.

Listed below are all the possibilities:

Galileo's formula Einstein's formula
Case 1 Wrong Wrong
Case 2 Correct Wrong
Case 3 Wrong Correct
Case 4 Correct Correct

Case 4 is not possible, because the two formulas contradict each other.

Case 1 & 2 can be omitted, as we are trying to prove that Special Relativity is wrong. If we assume Special Relativity is wrong, then no further discussion is needed.

So case 3 is the only possibility.

Does that mean Special Relativity is correct?
No, because in the first equation of Special Relativity, the Galileo Transformation is used, or else the terms c-v and c+v would not appear:

How could Special Relativity be right if it is built from a wrong basis?