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Offline Tim Nickerson

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #10 on: May 28, 2018, 09:53:44 PM »
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        Humes Rejected the SBT ...

Did not.

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #10 on: May 28, 2018, 09:53:44 PM »

Offline Howard Gee

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #11 on: May 28, 2018, 10:24:54 PM »
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Howard,

Why are you limiting the challenge to Kooks only? I think that you may be overusing that term. Not all CTs are Kooks.

You're right, Tim.

The challenge isn't limited to Kooks only.

Anyone can participate.

In fact, everyone is encouraged to explain what happened to the bullet that entered JFK's throat. Obviously, the drooling kooks need assistance.

Here, I'll go first.

JFK was hit in the throat by an ice bullet which vanished when it melted.

Offline Jim Brunsman

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #12 on: May 28, 2018, 11:04:30 PM »
  Once again, Mr. Gee acts like an infantile troll. Not impressed. Ask yourself why you are obsessed with this when you can't begin to answer my questions about the case. Are you such a forensic expert that you can be such a douche on this question? I honestly admitted I don't know what happened but I accept the comment from a Dallas doctor that the bullet ranged downward in the chest and did not exit the body. But I am not a ballistics expert and there are much more important issues to explore

What about the back wound? Why is that any different? The autopsy witnesses reported Humes was frustrated that there was no lane of exit for the back wound and could feel the end of it with his finger. Explain, Mr. Troll, how this bullet could be any threat to Governor Connally. But try to do it using your own brain instead of the programming installed by the cover up commissions...

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
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Offline Joe Elliott

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #13 on: May 28, 2018, 11:15:40 PM »

Question:

If the ?Back of the Neck? and the ?Front of the Neck? wounds were not caused by the same bullet, do people who do not accept the SBT look at this as just an incredible coincidence? Two different bullets caused wounds whose locations suggest that they were caused by the same bullet?

Offline John Iacoletti

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #14 on: May 28, 2018, 11:54:51 PM »
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The CKs absolutely love to insist that JFK's back wound and throat wound are unrelated. They insist that JFK's throat wound was an entrance wound.

Just one little problem for the Kooks: ask them what happened to the bullet that supposedly entered JFK's throat from the front - and they get a glazed over look on their faces and sit there mouths agape, stuttering and drooling.

So here's the challenge, drooling Kooks - explain what happened to the bullet that you insist entered JFK's throat from the front.

Sorry, rehashing for the billionth time why you think CE399 wounding both JFK and the Governor is an impossibilty, or any other subterfuge or diversion to avoid explaining what happened to the bullet that you insist entered JFK's throat from the front isn't an acceptable response.

Time to man up, Kooks.

And if you want to observe a blatant double-standard, ask Howard to explain what happened to the "first missed shot" that he believes in and watch him stutter and drool.

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #14 on: May 28, 2018, 11:54:51 PM »

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #15 on: May 28, 2018, 11:57:32 PM »
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Even through the z312 shot fragmented, as a result of hitting bone, the skull, at near muzzle velocity, the fragments had no problem going all the way through the skull. One fragment cracked the windshield, another dented the windshield frame while a third flew on another 80 yards and nicked Mr. Tague.

You can demonstrate anything you want if you just assume in advance that the things that you want to believe are true.

Offline Bill Brown

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #16 on: May 29, 2018, 01:30:44 AM »
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Question:

If the ?Back of the Neck? and the ?Front of the Neck? wounds were not caused by the same bullet, do people who do not accept the SBT look at this as just an incredible coincidence? Two different bullets caused wounds whose locations suggest that they were caused by the same bullet?

Good point.

This doesn't even take into account the fact that Kennedy and Connally are seen reacting simultaneously (or at least close to it).

To believe Kennedy and Connally were hit by two different bullets, you must believe that they were hit at almost the exact same time and the bullets that hit each man caused wounds in the two that align with each other as if they came from one bullet.

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #16 on: May 29, 2018, 01:30:44 AM »

Offline Zeon Mason

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #17 on: May 29, 2018, 03:16:52 AM »
ALL the 3 bullet are amazing bullets.

1st bullet: WC theorizes was fired at closest range to JFK limo, MISSES the ENTIRE limo. That bullet disappeared, never has been found.

2nd bullet: CE 399. Truly a remarkable bullet able to remain almost impervious to a whole lot of different forces applied to the FMJ outer shell, from being deflected by elastic human tissue and muscle, to being b slowed by liquid lung tissue, then squeezed and deflected again by rib bones, and then finally shattering wrist bones while "Tumbling end over end" and entering JCs upper wrist BACKWARDS???, ( causing the jagged wound).

3rd bullet: The head shot Z312-313 bullet. This bullet exploded into at least 6 sizeable fragments of which one is said to have exited from JFK skull and flown over the front seat to the left of Greers head, and flew acrross the green to strike curb near Tague.  The explosion seen in Z film at Z313 from this bullet only lasted 1/18th of a second then evaporated instanteously into the air BEFORE the left hand motorcycle rider, HARGIS, gets spalttered with force he thought was like being hit by "concrete" debris.??


no. 3 bullet is even more amazing considering the orientation of JFKs head at the time of impact is leaning leftward and turned approx 45 degree left, such that if the HSCA diagram for bullet entry and exit (from SE 6th story TSBD), is correct it could only be a very small tangential area of the upper right rear part of the JFK skull, and one has to question an MC FMJ bullet shattering so dramatically into 6 pieces plus leaving trail of fine fragments in brain, from impacting tangentially such a small area of a rigid bone spherical shell.

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #17 on: May 29, 2018, 03:16:52 AM »

Offline Howard Gee

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #18 on: May 29, 2018, 03:32:16 AM »
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And if you want to observe a blatant double-standard, ask Howard to explain what happened to the "first missed shot" that he believes in and watch him stutter and drool.

Watch this, John. I won't stutter or drool, instead I'll offer a reasonable plausible explanation.

The missed shot probably hit concrete and might have fragmented making it even more difficult to find or recover.

Even if it didn't fragment, there's a huge difference in trying to recover a bullet that could have gone anywhere in or around Dealey Plaza after missing the limo compared to a bullet that supposedly entered JFK's throat.

Of course a common sense distinction like that is lost on the drooling Kooks.

But I digress, this thread is about the droolers explaining what happened to the bullet that supposedly entered JFK's throat, not about what happened to the missed shot or the viability of the SBT.

So John, the ball is back in your court.

If you believe that JFK's throat wound was an entrance wound it's incumbent on you to offer a plausible explanation of what happened to that bullet if you want to be taken seriously and not dismissed as a drooling kook.

As I suspected it would, this thread is well on the way to becoming a debate about the SBT. That is not the purpose of this thread.

Nope, this thread was intended to give the drooling kooks an opportunity to explain where the bullet that supposedly entered JFK's throat went.

So far the droolers haven't been able to do that.

Until they can offer an explanation of where the bullet they insist entered JFK's throat went, they must be regarded as just a bunch of kooks by any reasonable person.

CHALLENGE STILL ON. STEP TO THE PLATE KOOKS.

Offline Joe Elliott

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #19 on: May 29, 2018, 05:04:36 AM »

All the CTers are dodging it, so I will ask it again:


Question:

If the ?Back of the Neck? and the ?Front of the Neck? wounds were not caused by the same bullet, do people who do not accept the SBT look at this as just an incredible coincidence? Two different bullets caused wounds whose locations suggest that they were caused by the same bullet?



Does anyone want to step up and say ?Yes, that was a bit of a coincidence. Yes, the conspirators really caught a break there.? Or claim ?No, there was no coincidence. The shooters probably just used magnetic bullets?. [/i]

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Re: The Truly Magical Bullet
« Reply #19 on: May 29, 2018, 05:04:36 AM »

 

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