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Offline James Hackerott

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Re: JFK Assassination Film: Proof of Tampering? Opinion
« Reply #10 on: August 16, 2018, 02:29:44 AM »
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I believe this discrepency is just a matter of perspective. I just did a short video on it. 
Chris, these attached renderings may be a few frames from a perfect sync,but they seem consistent with the perspective differences as the  root cause for the apparent discrepancies between Zapruder and Nix, as you already noted in your post..

201808151807 Z274  vs Nix Jackie on trunk half size.gif


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Re: JFK Assassination Film: Proof of Tampering? Opinion
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Offline Chris Davidson

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Re: JFK Assassination Film: Proof of Tampering? Opinion
« Reply #11 on: August 16, 2018, 03:14:08 AM »
James,

The frame count is the same, up until I stop the Zfilm, at which time the Nix film ends. Hmm!!!

The perspective does not explain the speed in which Jackie slides back into the rear seat from (z411-z417) or 6/18.3 = .327seconds.

Use a stopwatch and let .327seconds expire.

.327seconds is faster than you can say "click click" or the mimicking of starting and stopping the stopwatch.

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Re: JFK Assassination Film: Proof of Tampering? Opinion
« Reply #12 on: August 16, 2018, 03:39:32 AM »
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James,

The frame count is the same, up until I stop the Zfilm, at which time the Nix film ends. Hmm!!!

The perspective does not explain the speed in which Jackie slides back into the rear seat from (z411-z417) or 6/18.3 = .327seconds.

Use a stopwatch and let .327seconds expire.

.327seconds is faster than you can say "click click" or the mimicking of starting and stopping the stopwatch.
Sorry Chris D. I was replying to Chris Bristow's assessment of perspective differences for Jackie on the trunk. I have not looked at your observation, but I will later.  :)

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Re: JFK Assassination Film: Proof of Tampering? Opinion
« Reply #13 on: August 16, 2018, 06:33:58 PM »
I understand.
I'll make it easier on the eyes.
Jackie stabilized.
She turns away from Clint, her head facing towards the front of the limo, she plants her left hand/arm down, her movement stops ( stopwatch- click click) before she slides back into her seat in record time. 
Try recreating this in a static vehicle with a stopwatch (click click).

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Re: JFK Assassination Film: Proof of Tampering? Opinion
« Reply #14 on: August 16, 2018, 07:43:09 PM »
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I understand.
I'll make it easier on the eyes.
Jackie stabilized.
She turns away from Clint, her head facing towards the front of the limo, she plants her left hand/arm down, her movement stops ( stopwatch- click click) before she slides back into her seat in record time. 
Try recreating this in a static vehicle with a stopwatch (click click).


     As mentioned on page 1 of this thread, Jackie is also working around the body of her husband who has fallen across the back seat of the Limo. Plus, if you have seen pics of the JFK Limo back/bench seat after the shooting, there is blood all over this specific area of the back seat. The amount of blood in that area was such that it spilled down off the seat onto the floor board. Jackie's skirt should have been extremely soaked/stained with blood as she came into direct contact with this section of the rear bench seat. Her skirt does Not display anything close to this degree of staining when she leaves AF1 and gets into the ambulance at Andrews Air Force Base.
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Re: JFK Assassination Film: Proof of Tampering? Opinion
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