Originally posted by lonegurkha
Great thread as always RA. I think that the movement of JFK's head to the left and back proves by the physics alone that the shot had to come from the knoll. The momentum of the bullet would impart the witnessed head movement if the shot came from the knoll.
Originally posted by Nucleardiver
Not to mention that it would have been impossible for Oswald to fire 3 shots in 5 seconds from his 6.5 mm Carcano Model 91/38 bolt-action rifle. Oswald did obtain the score of "sharpshooter" while in the Marines in 1956. However to make such extraordinary shots at a moving target in that short of a time frame would be of astronomical odds. Even world reknown marksmen have called the shots impossible.
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Originally posted by expat2368
All very interesting, but it does not address anything but what happened at the scene.
The real question is who was behind it.
The answer to that is LBJ and GHWB.
I appreciate the amount of work going into this thread but come on guys just let the JFK thing go already...
Do you still see 3 people there? You could just as easy manipulate and color in the photo to show an elephant if that's what you were trying to find.
This is not true, there are many experiments that recreate this motion identically.