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Offline Jorn Frending

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Apart from the bullet which caused the wound to Taque it has also been reported that one bullet hit the manhole cover and that another one hit the other side of the street in the grass ...

But how come that that a bullet would hit Kennedy or miss the entire limo all together rather than hit something else WITHIN THE LIMO?

(The damage to the window frame, though, could hardly be a richochet from the headwound since it would have lost all its momentum when hitting Kennedy and had no "hard surface" to "bounce against" to go upwards to hit the window frame with such power to bend the chromed metal)

So LNs will have to DENY the additional shots and the CTs will have to be very careful when explaining this IF CTs GENERALLY believe in those extra missed shots ...

(Since everybody was looking up at the Daltex TSBD corner after the 2nd shot, see Altgens 6, and nobody saw a single muzzleblast nor gunsmoke, out of three, most likely no shots came from the SN window anyway but we would still have to explain those completely missed shots)

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Re: Several bullets "missed the limo", a problem to both LNīS and CTīS ...
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2016, 04:32:31 PM »
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Apart from the bullet which caused the wound to Taque it has also been reported that one bullet hit the manhole cover and that another one hit the other side of the street in the grass ...

But how come that that a bullet would hit Kennedy or miss the entire limo all together rather than hit something else WITHIN THE LIMO?

(The damage to the window frame, though, could hardly be a richochet from the headwound since it would have lost all its momentum when hitting Kennedy and had no "hard surface" to "bounce against" to go upwards to hit the window frame with such power to bend the chromed metal)

So LNs will have to DENY the additional shots and the CTs will have to be very careful when explaining this IF CTs GENERALLY believe in those extra missed shots ...

(Since everybody was looking up at the Daltex TSBD corner after the 2nd shot, see Altgens 6, and nobody saw a single muzzleblast nor gunsmoke, out of three, most likely no shots came from the SN window anyway but we would still have to explain those completely missed shots)



(The damage to the window frame, though, could hardly be a richochet from the headwound since it would have lost all its momentum when hitting Kennedy and had no "hard surface" to "bounce against" to go upwards to hit the window frame with such power to bend the chromed metal)

EXCELLENT OBSERVATION!!,  Jorn......  I've always thought that the dent on the chrome above the rear view mirror was created by a big slow moving bullet with little penterating power....

That dent is exactly what would be expected from a 45 acp bullet.  It is this dent that has lead me to believe that there was a silencer equipped gun employed that day.......

Without going into a lot of detail .....I do know that the CIA had built several silencer equipped 30 caliber m-1 carbines  which were re-barreled to fire the 45 caliber ACP cartridge.

The 45 ACP had a subsonic muzzle velocity ( around 900 f/p/s) so  it was only necessary to silence the muzzle blast........

Men who fired the silenced carbine reported that it was so quiet that the only sound audible was the click of the bolt .

P.S. JFK's head wound is just what would be expected if he was hit by a 45 caliber dum dum bullet.
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Re: Several bullets "missed the limo", a problem to both LNīS and CTīS ...
« Reply #2 on: December 27, 2016, 04:51:41 PM »
John,

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So LNs will have to DENY the additional shots and the CTs will have to be very careful when explaining this IF CTs GENERALLY believe in those extra missed shots ...


I've always said that the greatest evidence of conspiracy lies in the number of shots that missed. Not the number that hit, but the number that missed. If more than one shot missed, you have at least four shots, irrespective of the direction they were traveling or where they hit.

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Re: Several bullets "missed the limo", a problem to both LNīS and CTīS ...
« Reply #3 on: December 27, 2016, 05:36:17 PM »
Mary Ferrell Chronologies, Volume 4 - November 22, 1963
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Re: Several bullets "missed the limo", a problem to both LNīS and CTīS ...
« Reply #4 on: December 27, 2016, 05:53:53 PM »
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Apart from the bullet which caused the wound to Taque it has also been reported that one bullet hit the manhole cover and that another one hit the other side of the street in the grass ...

But how come that that a bullet would hit Kennedy or miss the entire limo all together rather than hit something else WITHIN THE LIMO?

(The damage to the window frame, though, could hardly be a richochet from the headwound since it would have lost all its momentum when hitting Kennedy and had no "hard surface" to "bounce against" to go upwards to hit the window frame with such power to bend the chromed metal)

So LNs will have to DENY the additional shots and the CTs will have to be very careful when explaining this IF CTs GENERALLY believe in those extra missed shots ...

(Since everybody was looking up at the Daltex TSBD corner after the 2nd shot, see Altgens 6, and nobody saw a single muzzleblast nor gunsmoke, out of three, most likely no shots came from the SN window anyway but we would still have to explain those completely missed shots)





                                                   - FOCUS ON THE SPECIFIC AREAS THAT ATTRACTED THE ATTENTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT -

                
          (1) Remember that JFK's Limo was traveling DOWNHILL on Elm St. Is it a Fact  that a head wound richochet would have to travel "Upwards" in order to strike the windshield frame?

          (2) Completely agree as to the Importance of the Manhole Cover and that Entire Immediate Area. Investigators were photographed intently examining the manhole cover/area immediately after the assassination. Also, film footage shot from the sniper's nest shortly after it had been discovered, Clearly displays a gaggle of at least 6 "gentlemen", (probably Investigators/CSI),  clustered around the manhole cover/area. These "gentlemen" Immediately appeared at the manhole cover/area, once Dealey Plaza was Sealed Off/Secured by Law Enforcement.    

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Re: Several bullets "missed the limo", a problem to both LNīS and CTīS ...
« Reply #5 on: December 27, 2016, 06:18:06 PM »
dum(b)dum(b)

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Re: Several bullets "missed the limo", a problem to both LNīS and CTīS ...
« Reply #6 on: December 27, 2016, 07:31:50 PM »
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(The damage to the window frame, though, could hardly be a richochet from the headwound since it would have lost all its momentum when hitting Kennedy and had no "hard surface" to "bounce against" to go upwards to hit the window frame with such power to bend the chromed metal)


The fragment never had to richochet. And it did have enough momentum to cause the damage that it did to the chrome piece.