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Offline Royell Storing

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Re: Headshot bullet
« Reply #10 on: January 23, 2019, 05:24:45 PM »
That's possible....  But it seems more likely that JFK was hit by a custom bullet.....( not custom caliber)

It seems to me that the bullet disintegrated and dissolved inside JFK's skull.   One substance that immediately comes to mind is mercury...however a projectile filled with water might also have caused the massive damage.....

     I do Not believe the Hickey AR-15 issue has thoroughly been researched and discussed in general or specifically on this Forum.  The AR-15 is usually immediately dismissed as out-of-hand. The discussion on another thread on this forum regarding the smell of gun powder inside Dealey Plaza would easily be explained by the AR-15 having been fired and then put in motion inside the Queen Mary as it traveled down Elm St and then onto the Stemmons Fwy On-Ramp. The only other option explaining gun powder being smelled: (1) around the TSBD, (2) down Elm St, (3) in the parking lot behind the picket fence, and (4) on  the railroad bridge running across the Stemmons Fwy On-Ramp = Many shooters. I believe that the gun powder odor being smelled by the DPD cop positioned on that railroad bridge, (which is a good distance from Dealey Plaza), would point toward the gunpowder odor following along with the JFK Motorcade = The Queen Mary. The Hickey issue with the gunpowder odor also in mind merits being completely fleshed out.
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Re: Headshot bullet
« Reply #11 on: January 23, 2019, 10:21:24 PM »
     I do Not believe the Hickey AR-15 issue has thoroughly been researched and discussed in general or specifically on this Forum.  The AR-15 is usually immediately dismissed as out-of-hand. The discussion on another thread on this forum regarding the smell of gun powder inside Dealey Plaza would easily be explained by the AR-15 having been fired and then put in motion inside the Queen Mary as it traveled down Elm St and then onto the Stemmons Fwy On-Ramp. The only other option explaining gun powder being smelled: (1) around the TSBD, (2) down Elm St, (3) in the parking lot behind the picket fence, and (4) on  the railroad bridge running across the Stemmons Fwy On-Ramp = Many shooters. I believe that the gun powder odor being smelled by the DPD cop positioned on that railroad bridge, (which is a good distance from Dealey Plaza), would point toward the gunpowder odor following along with the JFK Motorcade = The Queen Mary. The Hickey issue with the gunpowder odor also in mind merits being completely fleshed out.

Nobody on Elm street would have smelled the gunsmoke if the shots had been fired from six stories up and 150 feet to the rear of the Lincoln....

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Re: Headshot bullet
« Reply #12 on: January 23, 2019, 10:43:39 PM »
Nobody on Elm street would have smelled the gunsmoke if the shots had been fired from six stories up and 150 feet to the rear of the Lincoln....

      Based on the direction of the wind, smelling gunsmoke down on Elm St would Not happen. Sen Yarborough smelling gunsmoke while traveling down Elm inside LBJ's Car, (directly behind the Queen Mary) is compelling.

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Re: Headshot bullet
« Reply #13 on: January 24, 2019, 01:18:42 PM »
      Based on the direction of the wind, smelling gunsmoke down on Elm St would Not happen. Sen Yarborough smelling gunsmoke while traveling down Elm inside LBJ's Car, (directly behind the Queen Mary) is compelling.
The barrel gases were escaping the muzzle at 1000 fps in the direction of "down Elm St.".  The wind was a minor factor compared to that.

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Re: Headshot bullet
« Reply #14 on: January 24, 2019, 03:12:41 PM »
The barrel gases were escaping the muzzle at 1000 fps in the direction of "down Elm St.".  The wind was a minor factor compared to that.

     When 3 shots are fired from the TSBD into-the-wind from a height of 6 stories, and a gunpowder odor is smelled all the way down Elm St close to the Triple Underpass, in addition to being smelled at the Railroad Overpass which extends across the Stemmons Fwy On-Ramp, that gunpowder odor is Not emanating from the TSBD.
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Re: Headshot bullet
« Reply #15 on: January 24, 2019, 05:08:04 PM »
     I do Not believe the Hickey AR-15 issue has thoroughly been researched and discussed in general or specifically on this Forum.  The AR-15 is usually immediately dismissed as out-of-hand. The discussion on another thread on this forum regarding the smell of gun powder inside Dealey Plaza would easily be explained by the AR-15 having been fired and then put in motion inside the Queen Mary as it traveled down Elm St and then onto the Stemmons Fwy On-Ramp. The only other option explaining gun powder being smelled: (1) around the TSBD, (2) down Elm St, (3) in the parking lot behind the picket fence, and (4) on  the railroad bridge running across the Stemmons Fwy On-Ramp = Many shooters. I believe that the gun powder odor being smelled by the DPD cop positioned on that railroad bridge, (which is a good distance from Dealey Plaza), would point toward the gunpowder odor following along with the JFK Motorcade = The Queen Mary. The Hickey issue with the gunpowder odor also in mind merits being completely fleshed out.
There's been a book.
There's been lawsuits.
There's been a movie.
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Re: Headshot bullet
« Reply #16 on: January 24, 2019, 07:37:50 PM »
There's been a book.
There's been lawsuits.
There's been a movie.
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    Not sure how you would consider "A Book", "A Movie", or "Lawsuits" as qualifying as DISCUSSION on the AR-15 issue. The Book and Movie are 1 sided Presentations, while the law suits pertain to The Law.

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Re: Headshot bullet
« Reply #17 on: January 24, 2019, 11:42:25 PM »
     When 3 shots are fired from the TSBD into-the-wind from a height of 6 stories, and a gunpowder odor is smelled all the way down Elm St close to the Triple Underpass, in addition to being smelled at the Railroad Overpass which extends across the Stemmons Fwy On-Ramp, that gunpowder odor is Not emanating from the TSBD.
You may be right. What do you base that on?  Many people on Elm St. said they smelled a gunpowder smell.  They were some distance from any gun, regardless of where you think it was.  Barrel gases are moving pretty fast when they leave the muzzle and they are rather concentrated.

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Re: Headshot bullet
« Reply #18 on: January 25, 2019, 12:07:46 AM »
You may be right. What do you base that on?  Many people on Elm St. said they smelled a gunpowder smell.  They were some distance from any gun, regardless of where you think it was.  Barrel gases are moving pretty fast when they leave the muzzle and they are rather concentrated.

Barrel gases are moving pretty fast when they leave the muzzle and they are rather concentrated.

Yes you're right...BUT they are hot gases.......They cool and shrink and dissipate rapidly and they are not a solid so they don't travel far ......

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Offline Royell Storing

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Re: Headshot bullet
« Reply #19 on: January 25, 2019, 12:43:19 AM »
You may be right. What do you base that on?  Many people on Elm St. said they smelled a gunpowder smell.  They were some distance from any gun, regardless of where you think it was.  Barrel gases are moving pretty fast when they leave the muzzle and they are rather concentrated.

     How far were these people from the AR-15 that was inside the Queen Mary as it traveled down Elm St? Plus, SA Hickey had the AR-15 raised UP in the back seat while the car was in Motion.
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« Reply #19 on: January 25, 2019, 12:43:19 AM »