posted on Mar, 19 2013 @ 05:05 PM
I personally haven't seen anything that would indicate that Jackie was a shooter. I think she was probably very close to getting shot though. If
you consider the stray that hit the curb on the south side of the road, a complete miss like that indicates that the element of error was large.
Additionally, the shot in JFK's back was probably well off target for that sort of range. When I shoot 100 yds with a scoped rifle, I expect to keep
every shot well inside a one-inch circle. Even with a moving target, if I can manage to get the crosshairs on my intended point of impact, I can
still keep the error within just over an inch. On the assumption that the target was his head, the back shot was well low. I'm guessing it was shot
from a suppressed rifle with a special load round that was subsonic for noise control and the dipchit that was shooting didn't accont for the extra
drop. He probably sighted in at the range with factory rounds and didn't adjust for the slower rounds that he took to the party, so his shot dropped
low. That would make sense for that timeframe, because suppressors were a relatively new thing and they would have known to keep the round subsonic,
but didn't account for the extra details.