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Offline Tim Nickerson

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For anyone who might be interested, I have decided to stop selling my book Hasty Judgment: Why the JFK Case Is Not Closed and to make it available free of charge online in PDF format. The book is my reply to Gerald Posner's book Case Closed. The book includes the transcript of my interview with an NSA photographic technician regarding the backyard rifle photos. Here's the link to the book:

https://miketgriffith.com/files/hastyjudgmentbook.pdf





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For anyone who might be interested, I have decided to stop selling my book Hasty Judgment: Why the JFK Case Is Not Closed and to make it available free of charge online in PDF format. The book is my reply to Gerald Posner's book Case Closed. The book includes the transcript of my interview with an NSA photographic technician regarding the backyard rifle photos. Here's the link to the book:

https://miketgriffith.com/files/hastyjudgmentbook.pdf

How have you determined that more fragments were recovered from Governor Connally's wrist alone than are missing from CE 399?

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Carl Day didnít photograph the alleged print, or cover it with cellophane like he did with the others, even though he had time to do so. He was told to turn over all the evidence to Vince Drain, but didnít turn this over or even notify Drain of its existence. Day claimed that there were still traces left on the rifle. Latona didnít learn of the existence of this print until Nov. 29 when it arrived on an index card, sent separately from anything else. Latona found no traces of the print or even any indication that the area had been processed. Hoover claimed that 5 spots on the lift were matched to ďpitsĒ on the rifle, but all we have is a smudge with lines drawn on it, nor is there any documentation or report from who did the match and how it was done. Or even any communication with Day as to exactly where the lift was taken to see if they were ďmatchingĒ to the same spot. Drain told Henry Hurt that he didnít think it was legitimate.
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For anyone who might be interested, I have decided to stop selling my book Hasty Judgment: Why the JFK Case Is Not Closed and to make it available free of charge online in PDF format. The book is my reply to Gerald Posner's book Case Closed. The book includes the transcript of my interview with an NSA photographic technician regarding the backyard rifle photos. Here's the link to the book:

https://miketgriffith.com/files/hastyjudgmentbook.pdf

Canning didn't have to assume that Connally was positioned so far to the left that his right shoulder was practically in the middle of the jump seat. The ITEK film and photographic analysis determined that Connally was positioned as far as that to the left. Canning just went with the ITEK numbers.

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Itek analyzed Z frames 183 and 186, and gave an over 4-inch range on how inboard Connally was from Kennedy.
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Offline Tim Nickerson

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Carl Day didnít photograph the alleged print, or cover it with cellophane like he did with the others, even though he had time to do so. He was told to turn over all the evidence to Vince Drain, but didnít turn this over or even notify Drain if itís existence. Day claimed that there were still traces left on the rifle. Latona didnít learn of the existence of this print until No. 29 when it was arrived on and index card, sent separately from anything else. Latina found no traces of the print or even any indication that the area had been processed. Hoover claimed that 5 spots on the lift were matched to ďpitsĒ on the rifle, but all we have is a smudge with lines drawn on it, nor is there any documentation as to who did the match and how it was done. Or even any communication with Day as to exactly where the lift was taken to see if they were ďmatchingĒ to the same spot. Drain told Henry Hurt that he didnít think it was legitimate.

Drain told Larry Sneed that he believed Carl Day was an honest man.

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Drain told Larry Sneed that he believed Carl Day was an honest man.

I donít see how that changes anything.

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Item analyzed Z frames 183 and 186, and gave an over 4-inch range on how inboard Connally was from Kennedy.

They considered Frames 183 and 186 to be an excellent stereo pair. However, they also utilized stereo pairs from 183-187, and 189-193. They determined that Connally was inboard of Kennedy 6.4"+/-2.2". So, Canning had every right to place Connally 8.6 inches inboard of Kennedy if he chose to.

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I donít see how that changes anything.

How could Drain think that the palm print wasn't legitimate while at the same time believing that Carl Day wouldn't lie?

Offline Tim Nickerson

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For anyone who might be interested, I have decided to stop selling my book Hasty Judgment: Why the JFK Case Is Not Closed and to make it available free of charge online in PDF format. The book is my reply to Gerald Posner's book Case Closed. The book includes the transcript of my interview with an NSA photographic technician regarding the backyard rifle photos. Here's the link to the book:

https://miketgriffith.com/files/hastyjudgmentbook.pdf

No magic-bullet alignment theory needs to explain how bullets coming from the alleged sniper's nest could have caused the damage that was done to the limousine's windshield. Damage to the windshield and chrome piece was from fragment strikes from the head shot. You are falsely assuming that a deformed and fragmenting bullet will take a straight path through a human head.


 

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