posted on May, 10 2007 @ 02:20 PM
Pretty good discussion.
Some of the newest information seems to point to the original kill shot being planned to occur just as the Limo turned the corner from Houston St. to
Elm, but the Limo took too wide a turn and the shot missed. This caused the 'teams' to go to plan B. I can't speak to the probability of this
scenario, but as you know the Z-film suddenly jumps going from frame 132 to 133 and there's about 30 seconds missing.
In that 30 seconds the lead car a "rolling command car," which was an unmarked Dallas police car, driven by Chief of Police Curry and occupied by
Secret Service Agents Sorrels went past. The flanking motorcycles had already been ordered to pull back to the rear of the Limo.
In addition some people say the limo turned the corner too wide and may have even bumped into the opposite curb and had to straighten out.
There's the possibility that some of the weapons were silenced.
Though one tries to employ the simplest possible scenario, it appears that certain of the shooters were ordered to fire shots which were not designed
to hit the target but to misdirect witnesses.
There may have been a shooter in the Dallas County Records building, to the right of the TSBD, and a shooter and spotter on the roof of the Dal-Tex
building where a case was found that appeared to be a sabot, or a crimped cartridge, which could fire a round designed for a smaller caliber. Either
of those shooters may have been designated to make the actual hit, mimicking the trajectory from the TSBD or at least a shot from behind.
There was also reportedly a .45 caliber slug found in the grass across from the GN by Dallas deputy sheriff Buddy Walthers (and allegedly confiscated
by an 'FBI agent'). Some people theorize that this was the shot that people felt was fired above or inside the limo.
It may have come from the street level storm drain, or it may have been a special weapon like a Remingtion Fireball a pistol sized weapon which fires
a rifle bullet. It's possible that witnesses mistook the special bullet alleged to be used in the Fireball for a .45.
The problem with all of this is that it's just too complex. I think the majority of conspiracy theorists believe there were at least three 'hit
teams', consisting of a spotter and a shooter, and that there was a shooter on the Dal-Tex building and possibly one in either or both of the storm
drain. Some people think there was a team in the opposing pergola across the street.
I think it makes sense that they'd have a team or two behind the limo to mimic the TSBD trajectory and at least one team in the front to serve as
I think it also makes sense that they were instructed not to shoot any of the other occupants in the cars. If not, then the most logical method would
be to shoot the driver of the limo and the driver of the QM follow car. Then they could pick off JFK at their leisure.
The teams may or may not have all been aware of each others' existence.
I believe that at least some of the SS agents were in on the plot, most likely SSA Kellerman and Greer. My evidence for this is the action or inaction
of the agents during the shooting.
A SS agent is supposed to throw his body over that of the President in the event of even the hint of trouble. Thus Kellerman should have jumped in the
back seat at the first hint of trouble back before they even went behind the Stemmons Freeway sign and forced JFK to the floorboards and Greer should
have floored it.
In addition lots of SS directives were not followed, including stationing of more men on the route, mandating all windows in tall building be closed,
no turns greater than a certain angle, and maintaining of a minimal speed.
Recently there has been footage shown that seems to imply that SS agents may have been specifically ordered not to ride on the back of JFK's car and
one agent was left at the airport. Since SSA Sorrels was in charge in Dallas, it's hard to exclude him as being included.
The DPD was also in on it to some extent, because it's clear that they pulled back the motorcycles which were supposed to lead and flank the Limo.
Those planning the motorcade were also in on it, or at least complicit, because the order of the cars were non-standard. The press car was normally
near the front and it was put several cars back.
In addition the Dept of the Navy appears to be involved because they directed the initial phases of the autopsy to prevent documenting and probing of
the wound tracks. Those responsible for loading and handling the coffin also appear to have some involvement.
So it was a conspiracy at a very high level.