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Offline Steve Wilson

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I am uncertain about the Landis claim, but I did notice that at one point in the Zapruder film right before the head shot Jackie Kennedy's hand went around the back of the president at about the place of the low back wound that reportedly was only a very shallow wound. And that after the head shot when she climbed out on the trunk her hand was in the same area where Landis says he found the bullet. I think Jackie was the only one who had her hand in that area. Draw your own conclusions.

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Offline Steve Wilson

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Re: How the Landis bullet possibly ended up on top of the backseat of the limo
« Reply #2 on: September 15, 2023, 04:03:16 AM »
My thought was if indeed the first shot (for whatever reason) ended up causing a very shallow back wound to the president could Jackie have somehow (likely unintentionally) dislodged it into her glove and dropped it where Landis said he found it (where the upholstered backseat met the metal of the trunk) when she began to climb out or return to the limo after the head shot?  I'm thinking Clint Hill could have been so focused on the president and Jackie he didn't notice it while he was holding on for dear life on the wild ride
to Parkland. In the above picture it would have been located near Hill's thigh.
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Re: How the Landis bullet possibly ended up on top of the backseat of the limo
« Reply #3 on: September 15, 2023, 05:06:06 AM »


http://jfk-archives.blogspot.com/2023/06/paul-landis.html

Wow, the "Oswald did it alone" machine has really gone into overdrive on this one.... Says it all, really!

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Re: How the Landis bullet possibly ended up on top of the backseat of the limo
« Reply #4 on: September 17, 2023, 12:17:17 AM »
Since imo a bullet that would have fallen out of JFKs back and be resting on the top of limo in some shallow recess would likely have fallen off due to the acceleration of the limo by Greer finally reacting and stomping in the gas pedal

And why would a bullet only penetrate very shallow into the muscle portion of JFKs back, in the first place?

Maybe a 22 cal round from some low velocity rifle , but any other typical rifle would be probably firing a bullet at 2000ft per sec velocity.

Not really sure if even if the bullet struck part of the trunk that it would slow it down enough ti cause a shallow wound in the back.

Not sure about an “ice” bullet though 🤨

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Offline Alan Hardaker

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Re: How the Landis bullet possibly ended up on top of the backseat of the limo
« Reply #5 on: September 19, 2023, 09:30:38 PM »
Another way a bullet could've ended up under Jackie is that if the head shot came from the front. After being hit for the first time JFL sort of lolled over to Jackie, his head almost on her shoulder. If the head shot came from the front, a bullet could've ejected down the back of her seat.

Just seems to be very odd how a bullet would, if we accept the lone shooter/TSBD narrative, end up on Jackie's seat. And did Mr. Landis ever mention this at the time and if he did why wasn't he called as a witness to the WC.

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Re: How the Landis bullet possibly ended up on top of the backseat of the limo
« Reply #6 on: September 21, 2023, 01:38:35 AM »

  The unexpected massive damage inflicted by the Kill Shot is alleged to be the result of a bullet fired from a Carcano rifle. This same level of damage would be expected if it was the result of a semi automatic weapon being used on 11/22/63. SA Hickey inside the Queen Mary manned a semi automatic AR-15 with "one in the barrel" only feet behind JFK. Along with the loaded AR-15, there is WC testimony regarding the smell of gunpowder at street level behind the Queen Mary. Facts is Facts.   

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« Reply #7 on: September 21, 2023, 09:08:26 AM »
  The unexpected massive damage inflicted by the Kill Shot is alleged to be the result of a bullet fired from a Carcano rifle. This same level of damage would be expected if it was the result of a semi automatic weapon being used on 11/22/63. SA Hickey inside the Queen Mary manned a semi automatic AR-15 with "one in the barrel" only feet behind JFK. Along with the loaded AR-15, there is WC testimony regarding the smell of gunpowder at street level behind the Queen Mary. Facts is Facts.   

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