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Re: Autopsy proves SBT impossible
« Reply #250 on: May 22, 2018, 01:18:48 PM »
Walters.

"Mr. Decker:

I was standing on Main Street in front of the Criminal Courts Building the morning of November 22, 1963 and observed the Presidential procession pass by. Just after it had turned the corner and a very short time later I heard what was shots, 3 in number."
This is not a statement of Sheriff Decker. Decker was riding in the left rear seat of the lead car in the motorcade, which was driven by Chief Curry.

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« Reply #251 on: May 22, 2018, 01:37:11 PM »
Decker.

“At about that time of the conversation there were two shots that I heard. There were three shots fired but I do not recall hearing one of them.”

https://catalog.archives.gov/id/7460464

Seems Decker knew there were at least three shots.

No, Decker knew there was two shots. Seems someone told him there was three shots.  Decker reiterates he heard just two shots. The only way he would know there was supposedly three shots is by someone telling him there were three.

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« Reply #252 on: May 22, 2018, 01:58:39 PM »
No, Decker knew there was two shots. Seems someone told him there was three shots.  Decker reiterates he heard just two shots. The only way he would know there was supposedly three shots is by someone telling him there were three.

Agreed, but obviously he believed that there were three shots, otherwise he wouldn't have said it.

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« Reply #253 on: May 22, 2018, 08:27:05 PM »
Witness testimony is evidence. Courts use witnesss all the time. 20+ witnesses independently reporting consistent observations of an event is pretty reliable.

So there was a shot from the grassy knoll?

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The most unreliable conclusions are those based on expert testimony that conflicts with actual witnesses.

No, you are totally wrong! The most unreliable conclusions are those based on not verified witness accounts!

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I did.  Tague and Greer and the zfilm.

Tague only guesses, when he was hit.

First off, no bullets have been proven to be anything except maybe that the Magic Bullet wasn't so magic. But if you believe the Magic Bullet smashed thru bones and caused 7 wounds then showed up on the wrong gurney with no trace of blood, bone or tissue in swimming pool condition, then you truly believe in magic.

"When you have excluded the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth." (Arthur Conan Doyle)

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And at least one of the bullets was frangible.

Claim, that is not backed up by evidence, noted.

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You'll have to ask Zapruder why he didn't include the windshield in the shot.


So you admit, that you made your claim on inferior data? That would be really pathetic!

But just for your information: The windshield of the limousine was included in Frame No. 312, at least in the versions I have on my computer. Here's Frame No. 312 from the MPI frameset:



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The downward angle (yaw) from the overpass would have cleared the windshield giving the sniper unobstructed access to JFK's head at Z313 to blow out a fist sized hole in the right occipital region of JFK's skull as witnessed by many of the medical staff at Parkland.

That's another claim you present without any evidence supporting it. I think it is okay, if I use Hitchen's razor.

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It is unknown which direction the shot went thru the windshield because the windshield was inexplicably removed from the limo and promptly displayed in a museum as authentic. Right. The limo was then scrubbed clean of evidence and recommissioned into service for another 13 years, instead of preserved as crucial evidence in the most infamous crime of the century.

You can find out on your own, just take a look at the following fotograph and the part of the windshield, where the bullet hit, should easily be identified:



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The shot thru the windshield might have been the throat shot which was clearly an entrance wound that a Parkland doctor altered via a tracheotomy to portray it as an exit wound, which he performed on a dead person. At what point does any of this stink to you?

What's the base for that claim (again posted without evidence!)?
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Re: Autopsy proves SBT impossible
« Reply #254 on: May 23, 2018, 05:58:50 AM »
So there was a shot from the grassy knoll?
No. Where is the evidence of a shot from the GK?

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No, you are totally wrong! The most unreliable conclusions are those based on not verified witness accounts!
Experience and clinical trials show that witnesses are generally accurate in observing salient details of an event.
A salient detail is a detail that most witnesses of the event recalled.  See: Loftus.  Experts who provide opinions that do not fit with well corroborated witness accounts are invariably wrong. I can give you many examples.

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Tague only guesses, when he was hit.
Not really. He figured it out. He knew it was not the first shot and he knew that it was not the last shot. And he recalled hearing exactly three shots. 

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"When you have excluded the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth." (Arthur Conan Doyle)
The problems occur when you fail to consider all the remaining possibilities or when you exclude something as impossible when it isn't. Besides, this is not the legal test for circumstantial evidence. Conan Doyle was not a lawyer.

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You can find out on your own, just take a look at the following fotograph and the part of the windshield, where the bullet hit, should easily be identified:



This is a good photograph showing the back of the sunvisors.  The windshield frame around the mirror was damaged by a fragment striking it.  The visor was struck as well, as can be seen in this photo. The impact of that bullet fragment actually caused the visor to move. Guess where it is seen to move in the zfilm!

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Re: Autopsy proves SBT impossible
« Reply #255 on: May 23, 2018, 06:41:06 AM »
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First off, no bullets have been proven to be anything except maybe that the Magic Bullet wasn't so magic. But if you believe the Magic Bullet smashed thru bones and caused 7 wounds then showed up on the wrong gurney with no trace of blood, bone or tissue in swimming pool condition, then you truly believe in magic.
"When you have excluded the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth." (Arthur Conan Doyle)

Who has excluded the impossible? I'm still waiting for a LNer to demonstrate the trajectory and body positions of JFK and Connally that makes it work. Where is your evidence that this was even possible? I can't prove it wasn't possible because that would be proving a negative. It's up to you to at least show that it was possible, so you can exclude the impossible, otherwise, you're stuck with improbable.

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And at least one of the bullets was frangible.
Claim, that is not backed up by evidence, noted.

I could post frames of the fireball blasting out of JFK's right temple and the top right side of his head but I'm sure you have some obfuscation for it, so I won't bother. So why did you think the magic bullet crashed thru bones and came out looking so pristine?

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So you admit, that you made your claim on inferior data? That would be really pathetic!

Go ahead and draw the red line on Z312 yourself. What angle do you get when you just clear the windshield, providing it did? My graphics weren't intended to be a photogrammetric analysis but don't let me stop you:

1) Using Google Maps, go to a satellite view of the overpass and measure the distance from the overpass to JFK's head at Z312.
2) Find out the height of the overpass at the point where the trajectory angle lines up with JFK's head orientation at Z312.
3) Assume the limo was tipped down 5 degrees on its path down Elm.
4) Use some geometry to see if the bullet cleared the windshield before striking JFK's head. (IMO the knoll shot was the frangible bullet)
5) Exclude the impossible and see what's left.

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But just for your information: The windshield of the limousine was included in Frame No. 312, at least in the versions I have on my computer. Here's Frame No. 312 from the MPI frameset:

Yes, my frame was cropped. I was being facetious. Here's a stabilized novelty 3D version I made a few years ago using full frames. You will need red/blue anaglyph glasses for the 3D effect. Maximize the viewer. You can see Zapruder's camera shake, which includes some involuntary jiggles caused by the gunshots.


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The downward angle (yaw) from the overpass would have cleared the windshield giving the sniper unobstructed access to JFK's head at Z313 to blow out a fist sized hole in the right occipital region of JFK's skull as witnessed by many of the medical staff at Parkland.

That's another claim you present without any evidence supporting it. I think it is okay, if I use Hitchen's razor.

I'm merely proposing that if the head shot came from the front, to have cleared the windshield, then it must have came from the overpass. Simple as that. Never claimed that's how it happened, only that it was possible. See the difference?

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You can find out on your own, just take a look at the following fotograph and the part of the windshield, where the bullet hit, should easily be identified:

I have no idea if that is the same windshield that was removed from the limo or whether there is a straight thru bullet hole in the windshield or what direction the bullet was heading. That photo is pretty useless as evidence.

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The shot thru the windshield might have been the throat shot which was clearly an entrance wound that a Parkland doctor altered via a tracheotomy to portray it as an exit wound, which he performed on a dead person. At what point does any of this stink to you?

What's the base for that claim (again posted without evidence!)?

I'm just speculating on the motives behind the many inexplicable actions taken by some of the doctors at Parkland. They were either more brainless than JFK at the time, or they were conspirators. I just don't see much grey area here or gray matter for that matter. And what is mind? No matter. What is matter? Never mind.
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Re: Autopsy proves SBT impossible
« Reply #256 on: May 23, 2018, 11:04:23 PM »
Altgens who was standing 15 feet away was very certain there was not a shot after the head shot.

Hill, Moorman, and Brehm said there was at least one shot after the head shot.  Any particular reason to prefer Altgens?

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« Reply #257 on: May 24, 2018, 07:39:31 AM »
Hill, Moorman, and Brehm said there was at least one shot after the head shot.  Any particular reason to prefer Altgens?


Altgens is the only witness who was actually asked about it and also the general belief by the bulk of the eyewitnesses that was there was not a shot after the head shot.

Brehm shouldn't be in this list of witnesses. He originally told the press there was but two shots. Later changes to three with the second shot still being the head shot.

Hill's testimony is hard to rectify with anything. Basically she stated the first two shots account for all the wounds followed by three to four more shots.

Moorman mentions just two shots and then describes Jackie climbing on the car. She then adds a total number of three to four shots. Moorman then goes from stating three to four shots to stating there was two to three shots which is unusual for an eyewitness to reduce the number.


Brehm---------- originally describes just two shots. Later he states a third shot.

Charles Brehm
Dallas Times Herald 11/22/63

"The witness Brehm was shaking uncontrollably as he further described the shooting. "The first shot must not have been too solid, because he just slumped. Then on the second shot he seemed to fall back." Brehm seemed to think the shots came from in front of or beside the President. He explained the President did not slump forward as if he would have after being shot from the rear. The book depository building stands in the rear of the President's location at the time of the shooting."




Brehm later adds a shot in a radio interview Brehm, a former U.S. soldier, gave to NBC:

“I happened to be about fifteen feet away from the President when the first shot hit him. There is some discussion now as to whether there was one or two shots that hit him, but the first shot rang out and I was positive when I saw the look on his face and saw him grab his chest and saw the reaction of his wife that he had been shot and just at that time, which was probably a few seconds later the second shot rang out and he just absolutely went down into the seat of the car.

There was a third shot that went and by that time I had grabbed my little five year old boy who was with me and ran away from the scene of the thing. But the only thing that I did witness and something I’m sorry I did witness very honestly was the look on his face when that shot hit, and the look again on him and his wife’s face when the shots started to ring out. And it was very obviously that he was hit.

The first two shots that were heard. The first one hit the president—there was no doubt whatsoever–because his face winced and he grabbed himself and he slumped down. I do believe without any doubt that the second one hit him because he had an immediate reaction with that second shot. I do know there was a third shot but as I said by that time I had grabbed my boy and started to go. I did not witness Governor Connally’s being hit.”


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Hill---------  First two shots cause all the wounds. Three or four shots after the car accelerates.

Sheriffs Affidavit 11/22

Just as the President looked up toward us two shots rang out and I saw the President grab his chest and fall forward across Jackie’s lap and she fell across his back ad said "My God he has been shot." There was instant pause between the first two shots an the motorcade seemingly halted for an instant and three or four more shots rang out and the motorcade sped away

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Moorman--------- two shots account for all the wounds. Moorman changes from three or four shots to two or three shots. First two shots is all she describes causing all the wounds.

Sheriffs affidavit 11/22

Jean Hill and I were standing on the grass by the park on Elm Street between the underpass and the corner of Elm & Houston. I had a Polaroid Camera [sic] with me and was intending to take pictures of President Kennedy and the motorcade. As the motorcade started toward me I took two pictures. As President Kennedy was opposite me I took a picture of him. As I snapped the picture of President Kennedy, I heard a shot ring out. President Kennedy kind of slumped over. Then I heard another shot ring out and Mrs. Kennedy jumped up in the car and said, "My God he had been shot." When I heard these shots ring out, I fell to the ground to keep from being hit myself. I heard three or four shots in all. After the pictures I took were developed, the Picture [sic] of President Kennedy showed him slumped over. When the pictures were developed, they came out real light. These pictures have been turned over to Officers [sic] investigating this incident.

FBI Interview 11/23

MARY ANN MOORMAN, 2832 Ripplewood, telephone number DA 1-9390, advises that she and a friend named JEAN HILL, 9402 Bluff Creek, Dallas, Texas, watched the President KENNEDY parade from the grassy area in the parkway between Main and Elm Streets, and at approximately 12:25 p.mp, as well as she recalls, she took a photograph of the procession as it proceeded toward her. She took this photgraph with a polaroid camera, and the photograph showed the police motorcycle escort preceding the President's car. In the background of this photograph she said the Texas School Book Depository Building was visible.

She took a second photograph of the President as his automobile passed her, and just as she snapped the the picture, she heard what she at first thought was a firecracker and very shortly thereafter heard another similar sound which she later determined to have been gunfire. She knows that she heard two shots and possibly a third shot. She recalls seeing the president "sort of jump" and start to slump sideways in the seat, and seems to recall President KENNEDY's wife scream, "My God, he's been shot"!




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There are a few more witnesses who state there was a shot after the head shot. All the wounds to both men are still accounted for with the first two shots, either by describing the second shot as the head shot or the action of the car after the headshot.


Marilyn Willis ------------ Second shot a Red Halo

Marilyn Willis (FBI Report on 6-19-64) "...when the motorcade passed on Elm Street in front of where she was standing she heard a noise that sounded like a firecracker or a backfire. A few seconds later she stated she heard another report and saw the top of President Kennedy's head "blow off and ringed by a red halo." She stated she believes she heard another shot following this."

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James Jarman-----------  Two shots and then the car accelerates

11/23

He said that he heard a shot and then saw President KENNEDY
move his right hand up to his head. After an elapse of three
or four seconds, he heard a second shot and then the vehicle
bearing President KENNEDY speeded up and he was unable to
observe any more about the presidential vehicle.
He said a
third shot was heard- by-him closely following the second shot
possibly within/second or two afterward. He said these shots
sounded to him to be too loud to have been anywhere outside the
TSBD building.



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« Reply #258 on: May 24, 2018, 06:13:36 PM »

Altgens is the only witness who was actually asked about it and also the general belief by the bulk of the eyewitnesses that was there was not a shot after the head shot.

Brehm shouldn't be in this list of witnesses. He originally told the press there was but two shots. Later changes to three with the second shot still being the head shot.

Hill's testimony is hard to rectify with anything. Basically she stated the first two shots account for all the wounds followed by three to four more shots.

Moorman mentions just two shots and then describes Jackie climbing on the car. She then adds a total number of three to four shots. Moorman then goes from stating three to four shots to stating there was two to three shots which is unusual for an eyewitness to reduce the number.


Brehm---------- originally describes just two shots. Later he states a third shot.

Charles Brehm
Dallas Times Herald 11/22/63

"The witness Brehm was shaking uncontrollably as he further described the shooting. "The first shot must not have been too solid, because he just slumped. Then on the second shot he seemed to fall back." Brehm seemed to think the shots came from in front of or beside the President. He explained the President did not slump forward as if he would have after being shot from the rear. The book depository building stands in the rear of the President's location at the time of the shooting."




Brehm later adds a shot in a radio interview Brehm, a former U.S. soldier, gave to NBC:

“I happened to be about fifteen feet away from the President when the first shot hit him. There is some discussion now as to whether there was one or two shots that hit him, but the first shot rang out and I was positive when I saw the look on his face and saw him grab his chest and saw the reaction of his wife that he had been shot and just at that time, which was probably a few seconds later the second shot rang out and he just absolutely went down into the seat of the car.

There was a third shot that went and by that time I had grabbed my little five year old boy who was with me and ran away from the scene of the thing. But the only thing that I did witness and something I’m sorry I did witness very honestly was the look on his face when that shot hit, and the look again on him and his wife’s face when the shots started to ring out. And it was very obviously that he was hit.

The first two shots that were heard. The first one hit the president—there was no doubt whatsoever–because his face winced and he grabbed himself and he slumped down. I do believe without any doubt that the second one hit him because he had an immediate reaction with that second shot. I do know there was a third shot but as I said by that time I had grabbed my boy and started to go. I did not witness Governor Connally’s being hit.”


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Hill---------  First two shots cause all the wounds. Three or four shots after the car accelerates.

Sheriffs Affidavit 11/22

Just as the President looked up toward us two shots rang out and I saw the President grab his chest and fall forward across Jackie’s lap and she fell across his back ad said "My God he has been shot." There was instant pause between the first two shots an the motorcade seemingly halted for an instant and three or four more shots rang out and the motorcade sped away

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Moorman--------- two shots account for all the wounds. Moorman changes from three or four shots to two or three shots. First two shots is all she describes causing all the wounds.

Sheriffs affidavit 11/22

Jean Hill and I were standing on the grass by the park on Elm Street between the underpass and the corner of Elm & Houston. I had a Polaroid Camera [sic] with me and was intending to take pictures of President Kennedy and the motorcade. As the motorcade started toward me I took two pictures. As President Kennedy was opposite me I took a picture of him. As I snapped the picture of President Kennedy, I heard a shot ring out. President Kennedy kind of slumped over. Then I heard another shot ring out and Mrs. Kennedy jumped up in the car and said, "My God he had been shot." When I heard these shots ring out, I fell to the ground to keep from being hit myself. I heard three or four shots in all. After the pictures I took were developed, the Picture [sic] of President Kennedy showed him slumped over. When the pictures were developed, they came out real light. These pictures have been turned over to Officers [sic] investigating this incident.

FBI Interview 11/23

MARY ANN MOORMAN, 2832 Ripplewood, telephone number DA 1-9390, advises that she and a friend named JEAN HILL, 9402 Bluff Creek, Dallas, Texas, watched the President KENNEDY parade from the grassy area in the parkway between Main and Elm Streets, and at approximately 12:25 p.mp, as well as she recalls, she took a photograph of the procession as it proceeded toward her. She took this photgraph with a polaroid camera, and the photograph showed the police motorcycle escort preceding the President's car. In the background of this photograph she said the Texas School Book Depository Building was visible.

She took a second photograph of the President as his automobile passed her, and just as she snapped the the picture, she heard what she at first thought was a firecracker and very shortly thereafter heard another similar sound which she later determined to have been gunfire. She knows that she heard two shots and possibly a third shot. She recalls seeing the president "sort of jump" and start to slump sideways in the seat, and seems to recall President KENNEDY's wife scream, "My God, he's been shot"!




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There are a few more witnesses who state there was a shot after the head shot. All the wounds to both men are still accounted for with the first two shots, either by describing the second shot as the head shot or the action of the car after the headshot.


Marilyn Willis ------------ Second shot a Red Halo

Marilyn Willis (FBI Report on 6-19-64) "...when the motorcade passed on Elm Street in front of where she was standing she heard a noise that sounded like a firecracker or a backfire. A few seconds later she stated she heard another report and saw the top of President Kennedy's head "blow off and ringed by a red halo." She stated she believes she heard another shot following this."

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James Jarman-----------  Two shots and then the car accelerates

11/23

He said that he heard a shot and then saw President KENNEDY
move his right hand up to his head. After an elapse of three
or four seconds, he heard a second shot and then the vehicle
bearing President KENNEDY speeded up and he was unable to
observe any more about the presidential vehicle.
He said a
third shot was heard- by-him closely following the second shot
possibly within/second or two afterward. He said these shots
sounded to him to be too loud to have been anywhere outside the
TSBD building.

The following is a GIF of 321-346.  Beginning at about 321, JFK's head accelerates forward.  Clint Hill stated that the last shot he heard was just as he was reaching the limo at about 339.  (At 313 he had just dismounted the Queen Mary and was only beginning to run).  Until 330, Connally can be seen still holding his hat in his right hand in the line of fire.  From 330-337 his hand is driven very rapidly down under the front of the seat.  Jackie, who until just prior to 343 has remained relatively cool is now beginning to flee from the car. Kellerman said a flurry of shots came into the car.  UPI's first wire reports described 3 bursts of gunfire.  Shortly thereafter, UPI quoted an SS officer as claiming it came from an automatic weapon.


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Re: Autopsy proves SBT impossible
« Reply #259 on: May 24, 2018, 10:55:16 PM »
No. Where is the evidence of a shot from the GK?

The evidence are the 33 people (according to John McAdams) testifying that they heard shots from the grassy knoll. According to your interpretation of witness testimony this means, that there was a shooter at the grassy knoll!

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Experience and clinical trials show that witnesses are generally accurate in observing salient details of an event.
A salient detail is a detail that most witnesses of the event recalled.  See: Loftus

And the Warren Commission surely used multiple choice tests for their interrogations. You can't be serious, can you?

BTW, the book you quote actually supports my point of view on witness testimony, as it focusses on the fallability of such testimony. Quoting a part of the book and neglecting the rest is nothing else than quote mining!

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Experts who provide opinions that do not fit with well corroborated witness accounts are invariably wrong. I can give you many examples.

No, it is indeed vice versa! Witness testimony is actually quite unreliable, I think the Wikipedia article on eyewitness testimony  is a good starting point for your own research on that topic.

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Not really. He figured it out. He knew it was not the first shot and he knew that it was not the last shot. And he recalled hearing exactly three shots.

Really?

I would guess it was either the second or third. I wouldn’t say definitely on which one.

I believe that it was the second shot, so I heard the third shot afterwards.

That's not knowing to me, that's guessing!

Futhermore: Tague testified, that there was a fresh bullet mark on the curb.

About 12 to 15 feet right on the top of round of the curb, was the mark that very definitely was fresh, and I would say it was a mark of a bullet.

This contradicts your hypothesis, that all bullets hit Kennedy and/or Connally. Why do you exclude this part of his testimony?

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The problems occur when you fail to consider all the remaining possibilities or when you exclude something as impossible when it isn't.

Well, there is no evidence for your hypothesis of three shots that hit, but there is evidence for a shot that didn't hit. So your hypothesis seems quite impossible.

Who has excluded the impossible?

The Warren Commission (yes, they indeed got something right!).

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I'm still waiting for a LNer to demonstrate the trajectory and body positions of JFK and Connally that makes it work.


And I am still waiting for a conspiracy buff to demonstrate that the single bullet is not possible.

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Where is your evidence that this was even possible?


In contrast to conspiracy buffs, the "lone nutters" did experiments and proved, that the single bullet indeed was possible.

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I can't prove it wasn't possible because that would be proving a negative. It's up to you to at least show that it was possible, so you can exclude the impossible, otherwise, you're stuck with improbable.

That's a very lousy attempt of shifting the burden of proof and actually wrong! You cannot prove, that something doesn't exist, but you can prove, that something didn't happen.

Example: I can prove easily, that the Las Vegas Knights didn't win the Stanley Cup in 2017, because they joined the NHL for the season 2017/18.

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I could post frames of the fireball blasting out of JFK's right temple and the top right side of his head but I'm sure you have some obfuscation for it, so I won't bother.

It is new to me, that a fireball bursted out of Kennedy's head, I always thought it were brain tissue and blood.

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So why did you think the magic bullet crashed thru bones and came out looking so pristine?

Which bones were hit by the bullet?

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Go ahead and draw the red line on Z312 yourself. What angle do you get when you just clear the windshield, providing it did? My graphics weren't intended to be a photogrammetric analysis but don't let me stop you:

1) Using Google Maps, go to a satellite view of the overpass and measure the distance from the overpass to JFK's head at Z312.
2) Find out the height of the overpass at the point where the trajectory angle lines up with JFK's head orientation at Z312.
3) Assume the limo was tipped down 5 degrees on its path down Elm.
4) Use some geometry to see if the bullet cleared the windshield before striking JFK's head. (IMO the knoll shot was the frangible bullet)
5) Exclude the impossible and see what's left.

As I am well aware of the geometrical problems involved, I won't do that. Your analysis is doomed to fail, because your approach is flawed. A line drawn on a two dimensional picture does not reproduce the angle in the three dimensional environment.

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I'm merely proposing that if the head shot came from the front, to have cleared the windshield, then it must have came from the overpass. Simple as that. Never claimed that's how it happened, only that it was possible. See the difference?

OT, but nevertheless totally impossible.
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