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Online Martin Weidmann

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Re: A straight line
« Reply #30 on: February 05, 2018, 09:12:47 AM »
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It's a nice one, isn't it. Tom Dillard snapped it at Love Field.





So, now you have to move Kennedy further to the side of the car to make it work?

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« Reply #31 on: February 05, 2018, 09:17:49 AM »
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It is indeed Jerry. Rotate Connally 30 degrees to the right and move Kennedy's right arm inboard and down and you'll have their relative positions at the time of the single bullet strike. It's an awesome photo. Why haven't I seen it before?

Tim,

You don't have a clue about the relative positions of Kennedy and Connally at the time of the shooting. All you are doing is shifting them around to a point where you think the SBT would work. In other words, you are manipulating the evidence to fit a predetermined conclusion.
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Re: A straight line
« Reply #32 on: February 05, 2018, 09:27:26 AM »
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Tim,

You don't have a clue about the relative positions of Kennedy and Connally. All you are doing is shifting them around to a point where you think the SBT would work. In other words, you are manipulation the "facts" to fit a predetermined conclusion.



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You don't have a clue about the relative positions of Kennedy and Connally

The Zapruder film with a reasonable amount of accuracy gives us the relative positions of Kennedy and Connally.

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All you are doing is shifting them around to a point where you think the SBT would work. In other words, you are manipulation the "facts" to fit a predetermined conclusion.

You must be joking, Tim's scientific methodology is precisely how you solve problems, you deal with the parameters and you match it against the known evidence.



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Online Martin Weidmann

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Re: A straight line
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The Zapruder film with a reasonable amount of accuracy gives us the relative positions of Kennedy and Connally.

You must be joking, Tim's scientific methodology is precisely how you solve problems, you deal with the parameters and you match it against the known evidence.

JohnM

Tim's scientific methodology is precisely how you solve problems, you deal with the parameters and you make it match it against the known evidence.

There, I fixed it for you

Now what about that straight line from the 6th floor window to the limo? You can place the limo anywhere you like in the center lane, so why don't you give it a try?


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Re: A straight line
« Reply #34 on: February 05, 2018, 09:36:43 AM »
Perhaps Mr Mytton with his excellence in providing doctored photos could mark on the copy of the autopsy sheet where he thinks the bullet that he believes entered at the place marked 14 cos below the mastoid, exited JFK's body.

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Perhaps Mr Mytton with his excellence in providing doctored photos could mark on the copy of the autopsy sheet where he thinks the bullet that he believes entered at the place marked 14 cos below the mastoid, exited JFK's body.







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Re: A straight line
« Reply #36 on: February 05, 2018, 03:43:47 PM »
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JohnM

So you agree that the entrance hole shown on the autopsy sheet is much lower than the alleged exit hole in the throat.

Seems we are making progress.

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« Reply #37 on: February 05, 2018, 03:45:39 PM »
John F Kennedy - The Autopsy

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« Reply #38 on: February 05, 2018, 04:41:08 PM »
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Unfortunately, every single trajectory shown has the bullet passing front to back through JFK's neck on a route that would have to pass through JFK's cervical vertebrae.

66 posts in less than a day on this thread. I know why the CT's are here; once again, why do LN's put so much effort into "winning" debates on this forum?




The bullet did not strike the spinal column, if that's what you're claiming with "pass through JFK's cervical vertebrae".

The bullet passed to the immediate right of the spinal column. I believe it passed between the transverse processes of C7 and T1. Baden thought pressure from the missile channel caused the T1 right transverse process to suffer a non-displaced fracture.



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This rote thing got Bob all the way through Grade Six. Not only that, he was the highest in his class.

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Re: A straight line
« Reply #39 on: February 05, 2018, 04:58:18 PM »


Here is the Attorney General, in a taped phone call, telling LBJ they don't have the photo of JFK's right lung. The one Humes testified was taken. Note this is 3+ years after the WCR and he's telling the POTUS that one photo could "show the course and direction the bullet that entered the lower part of the neck and exited the front part."

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Date: 1-21-67 12:00 Noon

Time: 7 mins 25 secs at the end of a 8 mins 31 secs conversation

Phone Conversation between Acting Attorney General Ramsey Clark and President Lyndon Johnson
Re: Autopsy Photos

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"That is, there may be a photo missing. Dr. Humes, Commander and Naval doctor, testified before the Warren Commission that this one photo made of the highest portion of the right lung."

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"It could be contended that that photo could show the course and direction the bullet that entered the lower part of the neck and exited the front part."

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"We are left with one specific problem. Dr. Humes did testify before the Warren Commission there was such a photo [that] we don't have."


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