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Author Topic: What did SS agent Kellerman mean by, "A flurry of shells come into the car?"  (Read 3401 times)

Offline John Mytton

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When Kellerman said "flurry of shots" and "flurry of shells", he obviously meant a few fragments.

Whatever it takes...





Another Royell Storing like response, do you honestly believe that Kellerman saw the individual bullets enter the Limo? LOL!


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Online John Iacoletti

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Another Royell Storing like response, do you honestly believe that Kellerman saw the individual bullets enter the Limo? LOL!

He said what he said.

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He said what he said.




Yep, just another eyewitness.



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Very most likely under pressure to comply with the official story, Constable Seymour Weitzman started juggling his testimony...

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Mr. BALL - How many shots did you hear?
Mr. WEITZMAN - Three distinct shots.
Mr. BALL - How were they spaced?
Mr. WEITZMAN - First one, then the second two seemed to be simultaneously.
Mr. BALL - You mean the first and then there was a pause?
Mr. WEITZMAN - There was a little period in between the second and third shot.
Mr. BALL - What was the longest, between the first and second or the second and third shot; which had the longest time lapse in there?
Mr. WEITZMAN - Between the first and second shot.

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Yep, just another eyewitness.



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That's right. Just another witness who just so happens to contradict the official story.

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That's right. Just another witness who just so happens to contradict the official story.



How does Kellerman contradict the "official story"?
Kellerman barely a week later and I know how you guys prefer the earliest memories, describes hearing one sound behind the limo like a firecracker then he heard another two shots. 1+2="official story"


We were still traveling at the normal rate of speed of from 12 to 15 miles per hour when I heard a noise, similar to a firecracker, exploding in the area to the rear of the car, about 12:30 p.m.

Immediately I heard what I firmly believe was the President's voice, "My God, I'm hit!" I turned around to find out what happened when two additional shots rang out, and the President slumped into Mrs. Kennedy's lap and Governor Connally fell_to Mrs. Connally's lap. I heard Mrs. Kennedy shout, "What are they doing to you?"

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That's right. Just another witness who just so happens to contradict the official story.

 No matter what happened that day many witnesses were wrong. 

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Yes, an impossibility with bolt action... and testimony from one Special Agent refers to the shots coming in, in "very rapid succession" and another Special Agent testifies that they were coming in "quick succession."


Ct's love vague statements.  This thread proves that point once again.  Flurry is vague and very rapid succession is vague.

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Here's a good start on the meaning of flurry...
a number of things arriving or happening during the same period.
"a flurry of editorials hostile to the administration"
synonyms: spate, wave, flood, deluge, torrent, stream, tide, avalanche;

If SS agent Kellerman's testimony was taken seriously, the WC would have responded differently... Instead, they tried to lead the witness with hints and suggestions to coerce him to say he meant two shots, instead of a "flurry of shots."

And again, two does not equal flurry... and note, he used the word at least twice in his testimony...

Also, two is not a wave or a flood or a deluge or a torrent or an avalanche...


Clear lack of critical thinking skills. The issue is what Kellerman believed flurry meant not what a dictionary says it means. Are you trying to say that everyone has a clear meaning on what flurry means?

 I doubt Kellerman looked at a dictionary before he testify to find the exact meaning of the word flurry.

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Clear lack of critical thinking skills. The issue is what Kellerman believed flurry meant not what a dictionary says it means. Are you trying to say that everyone has a clear meaning on what flurry means?

 I doubt Kellerman looked at a dictionary before he testify to find the exact meaning of the word flurry.

Brian, your critical thinking skills are top notch.  Go easy on these guys.   Thumb1:

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