Maybe someone else in the far lands has stumbled upon this, however I haven't seen it in my digging as of yet, so I will post it for ATS to discern.
Okay, so what I believe happened, all things considered, is that the SS passenger driver turned and shot JFK in the neck, in a fluid motion handed the
Gun to Governor Connally, who puts it away. The Governor then turns awkwardly to glance back to the same side he stashed the gun.
The Billboard conveniently hides the passenger SS man, who if you notice, casually turns back to the front when he realizes he hit his target. Why
else would SS be called off from next to the car if it wasn't their fear of exposing the perps inside the car?
Did you take notice of the motion of the Governor? Mrs. Kennedy actually glances at him as JFK is holding his neck.
Can you believe they were asked to stand down? Did you see the utter confusion and frustration? Do you not think if they were by the car, and had
full vision, they could confirm or deny such claims? Probably.
Also, you must keep in mind Connally's relationship with LBJ, the future President of the United States.
At the 1960 Democratic convention in Los Angeles, Connally led the weakened forces which rallied behind Senator Lyndon Johnson. He claimed that
John F. Kennedy, if nominated and elected, would be unable to serve as president for a full term because of Addison's disease and dependence on
cortisone. Kennedy, however, had wrapped up the needed delegates for nomination before the convention even opened. Johnson went on to seek the vice
presidency on Kennedy's ticket
So in closing, allow me to reiterate my theory, the powers that be created the plan to off the president Using Governor Connally, and the passenger SS
agent, who fired the original shot (possibly to assure his head remained still for the fatal blow).
Any thoughts ATS? I haven't really dipped too deep into the JFK conspiracy to date, however I am surprised how much damning evidence is out
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