posted on Oct, 7 2010 @ 08:24 AM
because when the third shot was fired I
Originally posted by shasta9600
Great research and breakdown of the frames.
It would be too much of a coincidence for me to believe that a "random reflection" would be move into position and aim directly at the front of
Kennedy's head as impact takes place, then the "reflection" recoils,....all while Greer's body positioning and motions are in perfect sequence with
these. That's no reflection from the guy's head.
Bill Cooper was right. Greer shot Kennedy inside the car.
Even though Jackie was not looking when the shot from inside the car was fired, it makes me wonder how she couldn't have been in on the conspiracy and
coverup. That shot was fired from less than 10 feet away from her.
Connally was turning to his left during Greer's last turn to shoot Kennedy and saw the gun in his hand before he could pull the gun back down.
CONCLUSIVE CORROBORATION from the man who knew exactly what happened. OOPS!!!
Governor CONNALLY. Well, first, again I assume the bullet was traveling faster than the sound. I was hit by the bullet prior to the time the sound
reached me, and I was in either a state of shock or the impact was such that the sound didn't even register on me, but I was never conscious of
hearing the second shot at all.
Obviously, at least the major wound that I took in the shoulder through the chest couldn't have been anything but the second shot. Obviously, it
couldn't have been the third, because when the third shot was fired I was in a reclining position, and heard it, saw it and the effects of it,
rather--I didn't see it, I saw the effects of it--so it obviously could not have been the third, and couldn't have been the first, in my judgment.
Connally said he saw the third shot and quickly corrected himself but the film and his reaction proves he saw Greer's gun before he pulled it down. He
freaked in horror and hit the floor.
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