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Here is how Rather slides by his incorrect description, the only possible narration depicting the actual shooting of the President that the nation had that Saturday: "...Regrettably, it was not without error, in terms of what was unsaid about the movement of the President's head. A few who had tried to sell themselves as assassination experts misused that account to build themselves a false premise.
"It is gruesome even now, and always will be, to talk about this scene, but the single most dramatic piece of the film is the part where the President's head lurches slightly forward, then explodes backward. I described the forward motion of his head. I failed to mention the violent, backward reaction. This was, as some assassination buffs now argue, a major omission. But certainly not deliberate." Source webcache.googleusercontent.com...:hlbScHFPZ04J:www.acorn.net/jfkplace/09/fp.back_issues/05th_Issue/rather.html+zapruder+film+dan+ra ther&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us&client=opera&source=www.google.com