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I actually doubt that it was Oswald that shot Tippet
Originally posted by TheBlueSoldier
I recently saw a documentary on the Discovery Channel. It used current tech to disprove many of the conspiracy theories related to the JFK assassination. A team of scientists even recreated the entire "magic bullet" scenario with just one bulllet, and the wounds were almost exactly identical to the wounds in the real tragedy.
The "badgeman" conspiracy was also disproven. The documentary interviewed many video analysts that compared the proportions of the human figure to other things in the photo, and they also recreated the photo with actors and the same model camera. Their conclusion was that the badgeman was much too small and much too high up to be an actual person. The so called assassin was dismissed as just a regualr bush distorted by film.
Call me crazy, but I agree with them. The scientists in this documentary had much more evidence, education, and technology to tackle this consipracy than other self-proclaimed consipracy theorists. Their info was extraordinary and every step they took was backed up by eyewitness accounts, actual evidence, and many other scientists putting their professions on the line by agreeing with the conclusion. They even recreated the "magic bullet" theory with just an ordinary bullet. The two bullets also were identical before and after the shooting, which was astonishing.
I honestly think that John F. Kennedy was assassinated by one self-acting gunman, which (if you look at America's presidential history) has happened many times.