posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 05:03 PM
I have long believed that Kennedy was shot by more than one shooter, and the head shot came from the triple underpass. If you look at how the plaza
is laid out, if the shooter was set up on the opposite side from the grassy knoll, on the overpass, the first shot would be the toughest, and the
target would be coming closer to make the last shot the easiest. This would explain the crease in the top of the windshield, the hole in the
windshield (probably causing the throat wound), and finally the head shot. If you had a shooter on the knoll, he would only have to fire once,
misdirect everyone into looking there, and the triple underpass shooter could easily scoot away. Plus, he would have good cover, since everyone would
be focused on the motorcade, looking away from where he was set up. After the headshot, people would be running to the grassy knoll, all attention
would be focused away from where he was and he could easily escape.
Just my two cents.