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Offline Marjan Rynkiewicz

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Re: Bronson saw Hickey shoot JFK.
« Reply #56 on: March 05, 2024, 08:12:34 AM »
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Weissman in his report shows a small blowup of the 2019  91983 & 91985.
91984 (& all of the other even numbered frames) is only a repeat of 91983 so that the 12 fps Bronson film runs at 24 fps for modern viewers. But in some of the Museum's other Bronson films every second frame is duplicated, i think this is based on converting 16 fps to 24 fps (which is a mystery) (care needed).
Anyhow, the small blow-ups of 91983 & 91985 in the report are too blurry to show a head jerk i think.

Weissman says that Z305.0 equals 91973.0. If so, & if Z runs at 18.3 fps & B runs at 12 fps, & if Hickey fires at Z312.0, then Z312.0 corresponds to 91981.59.
We see Hickey with his bum back down on his hi-seat (sitting on 2 leather cases) holding his AR15 at 50 deg in  UYB09 (2017 copy of film) which is  91985 (2019 copy of film)(this part of 91985 is shown in Weissman's report).
So, Hickey has from 91981.59 to 91983 to 91985 to fall from his ¾ standing pozzy down to his ½ standing/sitting pozzy.
This is say 1.41 Bronson frames (the even numbers are only repeats), to fall down a half head vertically, plus fall back a small distance horizontally. Two Bronson frames is say 2/12ths of a second.
Not impossible.

He was only doing his job, it was rotten luck.

Weissman's report pdf.   https://topekatornado.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/the-Bronson-Kennedy-assasination-film-investigation-Report.v2.1.pdf
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Re: Bronson saw Hickey shoot JFK.
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Re: Bronson saw Hickey shoot JFK.
« Reply #57 on: March 07, 2024, 03:11:52 AM »
The Weissman report gifted us a low-res copy of frame 6 (of 26 frames) of the Museum's 2019 scan of the Bronson film. The Museum call frame 6 frame DPX91973 (which i call 91973 for short).
Before the Weissman report we had Robin Unger's 20 copies of the Museum's 2017 scan. Six of the 26 frames are missing, hence 20. So, 91973 is the same frame as Unger's frame 5 (which i call UYB05), koz Unger has somehow missed frame 2 of 26.
Here below is my scan of Weissman's 91973, which i have called 91973pdf (koz i got it by making a screenprint of each page of Weissman's pdf report).
As i said 91973pdf is not as good as 91973 (which the Museum will not make public).
Anyhow, for what it is worth, here below on the left is 91973pdf.

And on the right i show Robin Unger's frame UYB05A from his copy of the Museum's 2017 scan. He probly did screenprints from the Museum's 2017 youtube (the Museum deleted their youtube in 201?). Nowadays i think that we can if we like make krappy  screenprints from the Museum's krappy copy of the Bronson film seen on their website. I wish we had full access to the 26  2019 frames.

Nextly i will make a magnification of Hickey in 91973pdf & compare it to a magnification of Hickey in (the poorer quality) UYB05.


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Re: Bronson saw Hickey shoot JFK.
« Reply #58 on: March 07, 2024, 11:16:09 PM »
Here below is my screenprint (that i will now call) 91973Bpdf, it is a magnification of a part of my full frame 91973pdf (i will now call the full frame 91973Apdf).
Later i will call further magnifications C & D & E etc.
I have rotated the frame by3.6deg to make Elms St horizontal.
The blue line shows approx the needed traject of Hickey's shot at Z312.
However, 91973 (& UYB05)(& B06) is at Z305.0 (according to Weissman), ie 7 Z-frames before Z312.
And, 91973 is 0.2 sec after Hickey's first shot at B02.36 (based on the AR15 firing at 400 rpm).
So, in 91973 we should see Hickey holding the AR15 at about the level of the blue line.
We don’t see the AR15, but, we see Hickey's hand(s) (a pale blob) out in front of him, at near the blue line.
I used to think that the pale blobs in front of Hickey in the Bronson frames were SSA Bennett's face, but thanx to 91973 i now see that the blob(s) is Hickeys hand(s).
We karnt see Hickey's head very well, hence we karnt tell whether he has risen from his seated pozzy.
Hickey must be looking away from the camera, else we would be able to see Hickey's pale face (we can see the pale faces of the other occupants).
So, 91973 confirms that Hickey was holding the AR15 at a high elevation during that period.
It was rotten luck, he was just doing his job.


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Re: Bronson saw Hickey shoot JFK.
« Reply #59 on: March 08, 2024, 12:45:12 AM »
Here is 91973Dpdf, it is a magnified version of 91973pdf.
U can see Hickey's hand(s) high up out in front of him.
We karnt see the AR15.
The barrel of the AR15 is hidden by McIntyre standing on the running board.
The butt of the AR15 is hidden by Hickey (he is right-handed i reckon)(& he is half turned to his right).
We karnt see (the left side of) Hickey's face koz he is half turned to his right (we see the back of his head).
We can see the pale left sides of faces of other occupants.
We karnt see McIntyre's face koz he is looking at the AR15, we see the back of his head.
Later after Z313 Bronson shows McIntyre's face, koz McIntyre is then looking at JFK (to see Hickey's damage).


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Re: Bronson saw Hickey shoot JFK.
« Reply #60 on: March 10, 2024, 04:48:41 AM »
Here are 18 blowups of Robin Unger's 20 frames.
Frames UYB01 & UYB20 are not shown -- too blurry.
The Museum have 26 frames (B01 to B26) in their Bronson Elm St sequence, but Unger has missed copying 6 of their frames (copied from the Museum's 2017 youtube)(now deleted).
Anyhow, we can see Hickey's hand(s) in most of the frames.
And we can see the AR15 in some of them.
But Hickey & his hand & the AR15 are hidden by gawkers in some frames.

And we see SSA Bennett in one frame. Bennett was sitting on the right in the back seat, tucked hard against the side of Queen Mary, & turned half right, to see around past the 2 SSAs (Ready & Landis) standing on the running board on that rhs. But, when Hickey fired, Bennett got whiplash turning to his left (& we catch a glimpse of Bennett's face at Z329.4).

The Museum's 2019 copies are much clearer than their 2017 copies, & much clearer than Unger's 2017 copies (ie the blow-ups shown here), but the Museum wont make their 2019 frames public.
Anyhow, as can be seen, Hickey has his hand(s) well up & out, so, he must be holding the AR15 (even tho it is not easily seen in most of the frames).
Hickey fired at least 4 shots, from about Z300 (wounded Tague) to Z312 (the headshot).
It was rotten luck, he was just doing his job.



 

 

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Re: Bronson saw Hickey shoot JFK.
« Reply #61 on: March 11, 2024, 05:23:28 AM »
Here we can see Hickey's hand(s) & the AR15 in screenprints of 91985pdf (that i took from Weissman's pdf report).
These are similar to frames B12 & UYB09. These frames are at same time as Z314.2.



Here in the 2 pix below i have painted out Weissman's red circle so that we can see more clearly.
Weissman said that the blurry dark AR15 sticking up at 50deg is an artifact, ie not real. Nope, it is real.
Hickey fired his last shot at say Z312.0, & the below frame was at say Z314.2.
So, Hickey had say 0.12 sec to drop the AR15 from near horizontal at Z312 to this here 50deg at Z314.2, as he accidentally fell back down onto his high perch, after attempting to stand.
Not impossible.



 

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Re: Bronson saw Hickey shoot JFK.
« Reply #62 on: March 12, 2024, 02:56:10 AM »
Here are 3 ways of holding an AR15.
If Hickey held at the magazine as per (d) (the right hand pix) then that would elevate the AR15 a few inches higher than his left hand in the pix in my earlier posting, in which case it would help to explain how Hickey's shots cleared the windshield of Queen Mary even tho Hickey's hand(s) were no higher than the windshield.
Its a pity that Hickey didnt have his trigger finger safely clear of the trigger as per the guy in the three pix.

Hickey of course was not yet set to fire at the time of his auto burst, he was (1) swinging the AR15 high up over O'Donnell's head, (2) while turning to his right, (3) while trying to rize higher to stand, (4) while placing his right foot up on the seat (to help turn right), or (5) while shimmying over to his right to the center of Queen Mary (where he could find more space for his feet to stand & turn right).



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Re: Bronson saw Hickey shoot JFK.
« Reply #63 on: March 14, 2024, 08:04:46 AM »
The JFK headshot explosion is at Bronson frame  B12  UYB09   91985 (as can be seen below).
And this frame is i reckon at Z314.15 (ie this Bronson frame is a bit later than the Zapruder Z313).
This here Z314.15 accords with Weissman's estimate that the Bronson footfall & the Zapruder footfall (of a lady wearing white shoes) synchronise at Z305.00 (as can be seen in the table below).
Researchers have somehow failed to see the obvious explosion in UYB09.
UYB09 is from Robyn Unger's gallery. It is his homemade scan of the Museum's 2017 youtube (the Museum have deleted the youtube)(today we can view a very inferior useless footage on their website).
But Weissman had full access to the Museum's superior 2019 scan (their 2019 number for frame B12 & frame UYB09 is 91985), & Weissman also had the film itself in his hands for direct scrutiny.
So, Weissman had no excuse for failing to see the explosion.
And he failed to see a lot of things (why???).


 


B   UYB                 Z               Z           Z            Z         2019
01   01               296.2250 296.7250 297.2250 297.3750 91963
02   02A missing 297.7500 298.2500   298.7500 298.9000 91965
03   02               299.2750 299.7750 300.2750 300.4250 91967
04   03               300.8000 301.3000 301.8000 301.9500 91969
05   04               302.3250 302.8250 303.3250 303.4750 91971
06   05               303.8500 304.3500 304.8500 305.0000 91973
07   06A missing 305.3750 305.8750   306.3750 306.5250 91975
08   06               306.9000 307.4000 307.9000 308.0500 91977
09   07               308.4250 308.9250 309.4250 309.5750 91979
10   08A missing 309.9500 310.4500   310.9500 311.1000 91981
11   08                311.4750 311.9750 312.4750 312.6250 91983
12   09 headshot 313.0000 313.5000 314.0000 314.1500 91985
13   10               314.5250 315.0250 315.5250 315.6750 91987
14   11               316.0500 316.5500 317.0500 317.2000 91989
15   12A missing 317.5750 318.0750   318.5750 318.7250 91991
16   12               319.1000 319.6000 320.1000 320.2500 91993
17   13               320.6250 321.1250 321.6250 321.7750 91995
18   14               322.1500 322.6500 323.1500 323.3000 91997
19   15A missing 323.6750 324.1750   324.6750 324.8250 91999
20   15B missing 325.2000 325.7000   326.2000 326.3500 92001
21   15               326.7250 327.2250 327.7250 327.8750 92003
22   16               328.2500 328.7500 329.2500 329.4000 92005
23   17               329.7750 330.2750 330.7750 330.9250 92007
24   18               331.3000 331.8000 332.3000 332.4500 92009
25   19               332.8250 333.3250 333.8250 333.9750 92011
26   20               334.3500 334.8500 335.3500 335.5000 92013
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