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Offline Izraul Hidashi

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Re: Dal Tex Roof Shooter
« Reply #30 on: July 04, 2020, 04:08:09 PM »
Yes. It is imperative to get the correct building. Which is why I don't understand people can't. People obviously don't know how to pay attention to details. The reflection of the roof shooter shows him standing on a building with square windows. Does the records building have square windows? It also shows a lighter color strip that goes around the roof. The records building is white with long windows that start in the middle. So the shooter wasn't on the records building.

Like you said. It's imperative to get it right!

Offline Steve Barber

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Re: Dal Tex Roof Shooter
« Reply #31 on: July 04, 2020, 05:26:25 PM »
Yes. It is imperative to get the correct building. Which is why I don't understand people can't. People obviously don't know how to pay attention to details. The reflection of the roof shooter shows him standing on a building with square windows. Does the records building have square windows? It also shows a lighter color strip that goes around the roof. The records building is white with long windows that start in the middle. So the shooter wasn't on the records building.

Like you said. It's imperative to get it right!

Sorry, but that image is not a gunman. 

Offline Christer Jacobsson

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Re: Dal Tex Roof Shooter
« Reply #32 on: July 04, 2020, 07:10:45 PM »
So what's visible in these three combined film frames if it's not a shooter ?
Rgds,
Christer

Offline Steve Barber

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Re: Dal Tex Roof Shooter
« Reply #33 on: July 05, 2020, 02:36:45 AM »
So what's visible in these three combined film frames if it's not a shooter ? : https://photos.app.goo.gl/i7vy3NVBf6J4bWrk8

Rgds,
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  You just insulted my intelligence with such a ridiculous, idiotic blob of nothing that you claim shows a "gunman". 

   People like you simply cannot--and are not-taken seriously.   I can just see this in a courtroom!  Everyone in the room would burst out in laughter, and the judge would throw the case out!   

 Please don't try this stuff on people.  It's nothing but insulting and childish.

Offline Christer Jacobsson

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Re: Dal Tex Roof Shooter
« Reply #34 on: July 05, 2020, 03:51:26 PM »
I like you too Mr. Barber.  :)

Kind Regards,
Christer

Offline Chris Bristow

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Re: Dal Tex Roof Shooter
« Reply #35 on: July 09, 2020, 02:40:13 AM »
I need to elaborate my point about the path of light(image of the shooter) from the DalTex roof or the records building. It is absolutely impossible for light from those rooftops to enter the camera in frames like Z485. If the image was due to the film cartridge being tuned over the shooter would appear upside down in the image. The ghost images in the margin are artifacts of the zoom lens and are made from the frames before and after whatever frame you are looking at. If in addition to the frames before and after the frame in question there is any image overlay onto  the other half of the film stock(Two 8mm strips side by side on 16mm stock which allows you to turn over the cartridge and access the other half the negative strip) it would still violate the next two basic optical principles.
 The second impossible feature is the image never moves from its location below the sprocket hole. This is the 2nd impossible feature because ALL stationary objects must move across the screen or off the screen as the camera pans. It is absolutely impossible for Dal Tex to move across the screen and then disappear and have the shooter image remain still as Zapruder panned right.
 the 3rd impossible factor is the image remains focused regardless of the content of the frame. Take frame 485, the image is very blurred yet the shooter is focused. Frames 484 and 486 are also blurred so there is no way for the bleed over of the zoom lens to cause a focused image in 485.
  A very basic rule of optics regarding reflections is that the angle of incidence is equal to the angle of reflection. Just like a pool ball will bounce off at the same angle it strikes at. This basic rule is used to map out the path of light rays and predict what will enter the lens and what won't. Light from the Dal Tex building is 70 degrees away from being able to enter the lens at frame 485. That makes it impossible. If it is a zoom artifact from the other 8mm strip next to it the image would have to be upside down but more importantly it would still contradict the 2nd and 3rd principles. Mapping the path of the light rays also demonstrates that it is impossible for the shooter image to remain in the same location throughout the film.
  I am not a LN'er and believe there is strong circumstantial evidence that puts the official story in serious doubt. But the subject also has a ton of conspiracy proofs that do not hold up. This is a conspiracy theory that is provably and measurably wrong and should be thrown on the trash heap.
EDIT: One point I forgot. The limo was on Zapruder's right but the shooter is pointing the rifle to Zapruder's left the entire time. The shooters gun is not pointing anywhere near the limo!
 
« Last Edit: July 09, 2020, 04:06:03 AM by Chris Bristow »

 

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