posted on Jan, 24 2006 @ 08:43 AM
Originally posted by Excitable_Boy
It wasn't Jean Hill and probably not Beverly Oliver either. If I knew her name, I would use her name in the theory!!
If its the lady in the red coat on the left side of frame 310 then its Jean Hill as I previously asked.
Her testimony is readily available all over the net. She already has a name and is famous as "the woman in red"
You may also like to examine how little she moves during the Zapruder film and yet she speaks of being very animated during her statements. One JFK
author and serious researcher stated that she looked very much like a wax dummy during the film. Especially when compared to someone say like the
Green man's hand movements during the Zapruder film.
The testimony's spoke of seing Jackie and Johns attention drawn towards a little dog between them on the seat and she was ridiculed and laughed at by
people worldwide for that statement. It wasn't until 25 years later that it was revealed that Jackie had in fact been given a lamb chop sock puppet
that was in the car.
Mrs Hill also said she ranup the grassy knoll straight after the shooting, almost knocking over one of the motorcycle escorts. This is not seen in any
film or photo. In fact in the Bond pictures, I think 5 and 7 off the top of my head, showed she was standing and then sitting next to Mary Moorman for
at east a minute after the assassination. I may have got the bond photo number a tad wrong, its 1 am here and I am tired. Anyhows its two out of the
Bond Photos.They number 4 to 9.
Once again, either Mrs Hill is wrong, which she wasn't about Lambchoppie apparently, a point used to discredit her testimony, or the photos and films
lied. She spoke during the WC of being ridiculed about thedog/sock puppet. She made quite a few statements over the yeas that did vary in points as
time went on. Jean Hill died just a few years ago.
Yes yahhh a witness that was called to the Warren Commission. Funnily enough, Mary Moorman who was standing next to her and took the polaroid, the
famous photo which was used during the Warren Commission, was not called.
[edit on 24-1-2006 by Mayet]