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Online Marjan Rynkiewicz

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Re: Did Hickey fire the fatal shot?
« Reply #10 on: February 11, 2021, 02:00:41 PM »
Obviously, if Hickey accidentally shot JFK in the head this would have happened in front of the crowds of people stood a few feet away. The noise would have been very loud. The SS follow up car was very close to the limo so many people would have had a perfect view of the whole thing. Not one person in the crowd, stood only a few feet away, reported seeing Hickey shoot JFK in the head. Hickey would have been stood up really high, he would have been very noticeable. The AR-15 is a big gun, dozens of people would have had a very clear view of it pointing at JFK as the vehicles passed by and, as I say, the noise would have been really loud.
Dozens of people, stood only a few feet away, would have witnessed this incident.
But none did.
Because it never happened.
We know that it happened. We have proof. JFK died.

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Re: Did Hickey fire the fatal shot?
« Reply #11 on: February 11, 2021, 09:49:29 PM »
We know that it happened. We have proof. JFK died.

JFK died, but that doesn't mean that Hickey shot him.

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Re: Did Hickey fire the fatal shot?
« Reply #12 on: February 12, 2021, 12:34:55 AM »
JFK died, but that doesn't mean that Hickey shot him.
The remaining questions that i have re Hickey's shot are.........
did it make the hole in the glass windscreen, &
did it make the dents in the windscreen frame, &
did it injure Tague.
I will have a look throo old threads, but i doubt that these will be resolved to my satisfaction.

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Re: Did Hickey fire the fatal shot?
« Reply #13 on: February 12, 2021, 12:38:33 AM »
The remaining questions that i have re Hickey's shot are.........
did it make the hole in the glass windscreen, &
did it make the dents in the windscreen frame, &
did it injure Tague.
I will have a look throo old threads, but i doubt that these will be resolved to my satisfaction.

I could save you a lot of time and frustration.....  Hickey DID NOT shoot JFK......   But knock yourself out, and examine this aspect with open eyes.

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Re: Did Hickey fire the fatal shot?
« Reply #14 on: February 12, 2021, 01:36:09 AM »
I could save you a lot of time and frustration.....  Hickey DID NOT shoot JFK......   But knock yourself out, and examine this aspect with open eyes.
Further to my reply #6. I agree that the Bronson freeze frame 09/52 showing Hickey holding the AR15 up at 45deg was at Z313.  But in another thread Kenneth S Weissman  has explained that the 2017 copies of the Bronson film have artifacts (& are very blurry). Ken wrote a report that included a much superior 2019 copy of 09/52 which showed that the AR15 sticking up at 45deg in the 2017 copy is 100% artifact (ie due to digital compression). The 6th Floor Museum wont allow the public access to the 2019 copy. Ken had to destroy his copy after he had finished his report.
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Re: Did Hickey fire the fatal shot?
« Reply #15 on: February 12, 2021, 02:13:20 AM »
Further to my reply #6. I now reckon that the Bronson freeze frame showing Hickey holding the AR15 up at 45deg was at least 9 frames ie 0.5 sec before Z313, which gives Hickey just enuff time to stand up a little & then fire as the QM brakes. That braking is critical. Not only does the jerk cause the shot, but it adds frames & time for Hickey to begin to stand. I estimate that the Bronson freeze frame is 10ft before Z313, but the slowing & almost stopping adds frames & time, hell it could give much more than 9 frames & 0.5 sec.  It depends on where Zapruder was standing. We know that at Z313 Zapruder was at exactly 90deg to JFK's limo, & that 90deg line passed  along the glass divider that is located in front of Connally, in which case JFK was say 6ft to the rear of the 90deg line when Z313 happened. If Zapruder was standing on the extreme eastern end of the white concrete pedestal or whatever it is that we can see in Bronson then the 90deg line passes throo the front of the limo in Bronson at about the windshield, which means the limo has say 10ft to go before it & JFK are at exactly Z313. But Hickey deniers reckon that Bronson is exactly Z313 -- nope.

"Hickey deniers"  ;D

How do you explain that no-one saw Hickey shoot the President when it was done in front of dozens of witnesses stood only a few feet away?

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Re: Did Hickey fire the fatal shot?
« Reply #16 on: February 12, 2021, 02:54:54 AM »
"Hickey deniers"  ;D

How do you explain that no-one saw Hickey shoot the President when it was done in front of dozens of witnesses stood only a few feet away?
There were lots of witnesses who saw Hickey or someone with guns or shooting & standing & falling etc etc. Its well covered in the articles & footage that i have been reading this week in this forum.  And i suspect that the Agents concerned have naturally watered down what they heard & saw & knew. But i need to find out more about the bullet hole in the windshield. There is a microscopic chance that Oswald fired his 3rd shot at the same time as Hickey, if Oswald did indeed fire 3 shots.  But on Oswald's angle if that shot went throo the windshield then it would have hit the limo's bonnet-hood.  Still thinking & reading.

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Re: Did Hickey fire the fatal shot?
« Reply #17 on: February 12, 2021, 02:58:02 AM »
There were lots of witnesses who saw Hickey or someone with guns or shooting & standing & falling etc etc. Its well covered in the articles & footage that i have been reading this week in this forum.  And i suspect that the Agents concerned have naturally watered down what they heard & saw & knew. But i need to find out more about the bullet hole in the windshield. There is a microscopic chance that Oswald fired his 3rd shot at the same time as Hickey, if Oswald did indeed fire 3 shots.  But on Oswald's angle if that shot went throo the windshield then it would have hit the limo's bonnet-hood.  Still thinking & reading.

Name one witness who saw Hickey shoot JFK

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Re: Did Hickey fire the fatal shot?
« Reply #18 on: February 12, 2021, 03:34:34 AM »
Name one witness who saw Hickey shoot JFK
https://www.jfkassassinationforum.com/index.php/topic,2162.msg59599.html#msg59599
Reply #66 links  to a 44:44 short free version of the longer footage.
Reply #61 mentions 11 witnesses.

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Re: Did Hickey fire the fatal shot?
« Reply #19 on: February 12, 2021, 08:25:59 PM »
https://www.jfkassassinationforum.com/index.php/topic,2162.msg59599.html#msg59599
Reply #66 links  to a 44:44 short free version of the longer footage.
Reply #61 mentions 11 witnesses.

Yeah Marjan,

everyone knows Hickey picked the AR-15 up.
That's not what I'm asking.
I'm asking you to give the name of any witness who saw Hickey shoot JFK

What you think happened must have taken place in front of dozens of witnesses.
So name one who saw Hickey actually shoot JFK.
If you can't find one you must start to ask yourself some serious questions

 

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