Who actually still believes that their wasn't a conspiracy to kill President Kennedy? If anyone does, could they please tell me how you can believe
these things(without just throwing McAdams site at me). I got these from a conspiracy website. I put them all on here even though some are
1) The motorcade route through Dallas was accidentally set up to bring JFK, traveling at an extremely slow speed, within rifle range of LHO at the
TSBD, the only time in recorded history that a major political figure was assassinated by someone who was unaided by others, not an insider and did
not need to stalk his victim. Dallas SAIC Forrest Sorrels did this, accidentally, in direct violation of the strict Secret Service presidential
motorcade security protocol.
2) LHO did not adequately plan for an escape prior to the attempt, since he left a considerable amount of money in Irving and his pistol at his Oak
Cliff room. The money could have been used to leave Dallas immediately and the pistol may have been needed to escape the TSBD, had the security forces
reacted properly. The failure to take the pistol is unfathomable since his only other weapon, the rifle, contained a maximum of 4 rounds of
3) CE 139, the rifle, was transported by LHO to the TSBD, in a paper bag that showed no signs of any gun oil nor any evidence that the rifle had ever
been inside it, despite bouncing around on the back seat of Buell Frazier's car all the way from Irving and while the bag was allegedly recovered on
the 6th floor of the TSBD, it shows up in no police or media photographs or newsreel films where it was allegedly found.
4) Buell Frazier and Linnie Mae Randle, the only two people to see that package, were both wrong in their estimates about the length of the bag that
5) All of the eyewitnesses who claimed to see one or more armed men in the 6th floor window of the TSBD before 12:15PM are wrong, since Oswald was
seen elsewhere at that time.
6) Since Bonnie Ray Williams testified that he was eating his fried chicken and soda lunch on the 6th floor until at least 12:15PM (WC III, 168-175),
we must believe that between 12:15PM and 12:30PM, LHO went from the 1st floor, where he was observed, to the 6th floor, unseen by anyone, retrieved
his rifle, lined up his targets, fired 3 shots, and, within a maximum of 90 seconds, wiped the gun clean of prints, sprinted across the floor, hid the
rifle, ran down 4 flights of stairs past another employee who didn't see nor hear him, found some change, bought, opened and started to drink a Coke,
and was confronted by Officer Marrion Baker, without appearing nervous nor winded. While escaping he managed to run past at least 2 people who did not
7) The numerous witnesses (including 10 Dallas Sheriff's Deputies) who, through the use of one or more of their senses, believed that some shots came
from places other than the 6th floor of the TSBD, are all incorrect.
8) The reaction of JFK's head immediately after the impact of the fatal bullet is caused by "neuromuscular spasm" rather than Newton's Laws of
Motion and it is normal that the rest of his body did not react to this spasm. Yet, this spasm was so intense that it more than overcame the momentum
from the bullet.
9) The debris from JFK's head, including the "Harper Fragment", went back and to the left for reasons that overruled Newton's Laws of Momentum. If
we conclude that the HSCA findings are accurate, all this debris came from an exit wound in the right front of Kennedy's head, yet went to the left
rear of his position. If the "jet effect" theory, used to explain Kennedy's rearward head movement is correct, the debris which shot out of the
right front of his head, somehow splattered the DPD motorcycle cops to the left rear of the limousine instead of the Connallys and Secret Service
agents in front of JFK.
10) Oswald achieved 2 hits in three shots, and the one shot that missed, missed by at least 30 feet high and 21 feet to the right of his target. He
achieved this while using a rifle with a misaligned scope that needed two metal shims, was mounted for a left-handed shooter and judged inaccurate at
15 yards, and possessing a firing pin so rusted that experts were later afraid to dry fire it.
11) He fired these 3 shots in 5.6 seconds.
12) He obtained this accuracy despite no evidence of ever practicing with the rifle (or ANY bolt-action rifle), owning any of the equipment necessary
to maintain it, nor leaving any record of ever buying any ammunition to have practiced with.
13) Those people who saw someone believed to be Oswald, under highly visible circumstances, when he was documented to be elsewhere, are incorrect
about either when it occurred or what they saw, and that these sightings could not possibly be an attempt by anyone to impersonate, and incriminate,
14) The 3 law enforcement officers who identified the rifle they found as a "7.65mm Mauser" in sworn statements they made, were all mistaken and the
5 reports that had descriptions of the rifle originally found but were missing from the files turned over to the Commission, were of no importance.
15) Despite the fact that the FBI's hand-picked experts, the HSCA Firearms Panel's experts , and numerous other experts around the world could never
duplicate the shooting accuracy needed, within the time frame needed, using CE 139 in its original condition, LHO did it, under incredible pressure,
on his first and only possible attempt.
16) CE 399, the "magic bullet", did all that it was alleged to do and yet, it retained all but 1/180 of an ounce of its original weight, was
virtually pristine and totally devoid of any fabric striations or human matter. In addition, despite the fact that the first 4 people to handle the
bullet found on the stretcher could not later identify CE 399 as that bullet, it was.
17) Despite the fact that basic trigonometry does not support the possibility for CE 399 to have wounded both men, it still did.
18) The observations of the placement of the wounds as seen by the attending medical personnel at Parkland Hospital are wrong since they disagree with
the autopsy photographs and X-rays. It is therefore necessary to believe that a number of qualified doctors and nurses attempted to treat JFK while
NOT KNOWING where his most prominent wound was.
19) The autopsy face sheet, death certificate, bullet holes in JFK's jacket and shirt, and FBI report and later re-enactment photographs, while all
in agreement with each other, are incorrect in regards to the placement of the non-fatal wound. So is the autopsy report itself, since it agrees with
neither its supporting documents and physical evidence, nor the autopsy photographs and X-rays.
20) The fatal head wound entered and exited through the back of JFK's head (autopsy report CE 391) unless it exited to the right front of his head
(HSCA Medical Panel; X-rays) where it shattered his forehead to the base of the eye socket and did so without showing sufficient visible damage to be
seen in the autopsy photographs.
21) The FBI report statement that Dr. Humes initially noted that there had been, "surgery of the head area, namely in the top of the skull", is
22) All other information and conclusions derived from the original autopsy in regards to the direction of the shots is correct, despite the HSCA
review of the autopsy photographs and X-rays which concluded that the non-fatal wound placement was off by 2" and the fatal bullet entrance wound
being off by at least 4".
23) The HSCA testimony of Drs. Humes and Boswell shows them in agreement with the HSCA placement of the wounds and acknowledges their autopsy report
mistakes in this regard.
24) HSCA exhibits F-53 and F-56, head X-rays of the President, are not in conflict with any of the autopsy photographs.
25) The fatal bullet caused damage to the scalp and brain remarkably similar to the surgery performed by pathologists while performing an autopsy, and
used to recover fragments. Yet, only two of the fragments that caused them could be recovered and neither could be matched ballistically.
26) All of the witnesses who stated that they were told to remain quiet about what they knew or saw, or claimed that their actual testimony was
misrepresented in the government studies, were lying or in error, and were not coerced or pressured by the conscious efforts of investigators intent
on blaming Oswald.
27) Jack Ruby's actions after he murdered LHO, including his demeanor before and after being told that Oswald was dead, his statements to Earl Warren
and others, and his multiple requests to be taken to Washington so that he could "tell the truth" meant nothing of importance.
28) The "Secret Service" impostors found near the picket fence on the knoll by the DPD, and earlier observed there by other witnesses, had nothing
to do with the assassination or simply, never existed.
29) Despite the documented admissions of senior FBI and CIA officials that they would have suppressed any evidence uncovered that pointed to a
conspiracy, they did not do so.
30) LHO also became the first major assassin in history to use public transportation to make his getaway from the scene of the crime.
31) Despite having the opportunity, means and ability to immediately leave Dallas unhindered by police, he elected to go back to his room and
subsequently on to the Texas Theater, for no apparent reason.
32) In the end, it was more important for the Warren Commission to interview people who were acquainted with LHO when he was 12, than to interview all
of the 200 people present in Dealey Plaza during the assassination.
33) The conclusions of the ARRB military documents expert, Douglas Horne, that 2 brain examinations were done on 2 different specimens, and the use of
the examination of the wrong specimen for the record, are erroneous, despite the multitude of contradictions in recollections and FBI Special Agent
Francis O'Neill's sworn statement that the brain photographs housed in the National Archives are not that of President Kennedy.
[Edited on 26-1-2004 by maynardsthirdeye]