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Re: The original interview with Jean Hill
« Reply #10 on: November 23, 2018, 10:13:17 AM »
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Re: The original interview with Jean Hill
« Reply #11 on: November 23, 2018, 11:40:14 AM »
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Very concise. She was a liar of the highest order.

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Re: The original interview with Jean Hill
« Reply #12 on: November 23, 2018, 02:49:14 PM »
No disputing that her testimony changed.  The question becomes was IF it was there right from the beginning?   Was she being paid to muddy the waters and inject false witness statements?  Or did she like the limelight and eventually sought more fame?   What was Nellie Connally's excuse other than to protect her husband's career?

We could do the same sort of test with Nellie Connally.  Did she never see her husband's wounds in the many years that she lived with the man?   She was in the car right next to him!   He ended up with a "baseball sized" gaping wound to the chest and due to her quick thinking, she covered the hole in his chest so he could breathe as he had a collapsed lung, otherwise he would have died.   Looking at her and his (Connally's)  movements in the car, her testimony is absolutely false.  Her head can be seen ducking down by the President's feet and his head can be seen in the corner behind driver Greer.  Totally in contradiction to what she said took place and him ending up "face up" in her lap!  It even looks like he may have even looked back at the President to see his condition!

We know from initial televised radio report that he was conscious in the room at Parkland Hospital shortly after the assassination (see original post) and issued 2 statements from that room at the same time that the President was dead.  That too me is a bigger issue when someone within the vehicle, mere feet away can stretch the truth so far that it becomes unbelievable and negates reality.   

Furthermore, if they got to see the Zapruder film in order to form their opinions, they had a distinct advantage over Jean Hill who didn't have that luxury - unless of course you want to make a claim that she was an insider and paid to feed false tesimony - or simply feared for her life.   The more confusion she can create with false statements, the less reliance you have on what anyone says at the scene as being true, dis-spelling all conspiracy theories and total reliance on the WC LN report.
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Re: The original interview with Jean Hill
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No disputing that her testimony changed.  The question becomes was IF it was there right from the beginning?   Was she being paid to muddy the waters and inject false witness statements?  Or did she like the limelight and eventually sought more fame?   What was Nellie Connally's excuse other than to protect her husband's career?

We could do the same sort of test with Nellie Connally.  Did she never see her husband's wounds in the many years that she lived with the man?   She was in the car right next to him!   He ended up with a "baseball sized" gaping wound to the chest and due to her quick thinking, she covered the hole in his chest so he could breathe as he had a collapsed lung, otherwise he would have died.   Looking at her and his (Connally's)  movements in the car, her testimony is absolutely false.  Her head can be seen ducking down by the President's feet and his head can be seen in the corner behind driver Greer.  Totally in contradiction to what she said took place and him ending up "face up" in her lap!  It even looks like he may have even looked back at the President to see his condition!

We know from initial televised radio report that he was conscious in the room at Parkland Hospital shortly after the assassination (see original post) and issued 2 statements from that room at the same time that the President was dead.  That too me is a bigger issue when someone within the vehicle, mere feet away can stretch the truth so far that it becomes unbelievable and negates reality.   

Furthermore, if they got to see the Zapruder film in order to form their opinions, they had a distinct advantage over Jean Hill who didn't have that luxury - unless of course you want to make a claim that she was an insider and paid to feed false tesimony - or simply feared for her life.   The more confusion she can create with false statements, the less reliance you have on what anyone says at the scene as being true, dis-spelling all conspiracy theories and total reliance on the WC LN report.

    Regardless of the what the memory of an assassination eyewitness may have Initially remembered, their having seen assassination films and photos after-the-fact DID shape those same recollections. This is true with the main players inside Dealey Plaza, as well as the Parkland Professionals that treated JFK. The SS and other Strong Arms knew this and quickly went to work on those eyewitnesses that challenged the Official Narrative being continually fed to the masses by the Fake News Media. 

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Re: The original interview with Jean Hill
« Reply #14 on: November 23, 2018, 06:22:10 PM »
Royell, I couldn't have said it better myself.   The longer the delay, the better the outcome for those concerned.   Memories become foggier and testimony changes over time.  Jean Hill and Nellie Connally are both good examples of this process of some of the closest witnesses.   

Certainly never having called upon Jacqueline Kennedy also to give her account was extremely important.  She watched the whole thing unfold and was the best witness - never interviewed for good reason.   She did say publicly, they killed him and that it's not Jack!  Those were her only real statements made soon after.  I believe she could tell you when and how many shots actually occurred on that day.   Something she wouldn't be asked or answer.   

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