posted on Nov, 19 2014 @ 05:41 AM
Forgive me people as I don't know how to search these boards but I have just seen a documentary by an Australian investigator together with evidence
from one of America's leading ballistics experts (now deceased - but who wrote a book on the subject called "Mortal Error").
The evidence looks crystal clear but I guess there will be many of you who will de-bunk the idea and I will be glad to hear your opinions.
The first shot missed after being deflected by a street light or traffic light indicator stanchion (I believe that this has been authenticated and
accepted as fact). Fragments from where the bullet hit, struck the President causing him to say "My God - I've been hit" (or words to that effect.
This caused the 'Governor' (who was struck by the 'magic bullet') to turn round which left his body in the direct line of Oswalds second bullet
after it went through the Presidents neck, going through the Governors chest, hand and knee. Again, I believe that this has been authenticated and
accepted as fact.
The third bullet (which killed the President) has been identified as one that 'exploded on impact' causing the serious damage that can be seen on
the video tape. This did not come from Oswalds rifle as the first and second shots came from a trajectory of 16 degree's whereas the third bullet was
on a level trajectory at street level. It has been determined that the a rifle capable of firing this type of bullet was on the floor of the car
following the President which was full of secret service agents. The Secret Service Chief later stated that it was "ready to go" meaning that it was
loaded and cocked but with the safety catch on. On hearing the first shot a secret service agent bent down and picked up the rifle. The second shot
rang out as he released the safety catch and began to stand up and turn. As he did so the car lurched and threw him off balance causing the rifle to
go off. The bullet struck the President killing him instantly.
It was accidental but was 'covered up' by the Secret Service.
There are many intriguing statements in this book and in the documentary and the one about the 6 people abreast of the second car all stated that they
saw an agent with a rifle and also smelt gun smoke. None of these were called before the Warren Commission although they had made statements to this
Has this doco been shown in the USA and been debunked?
It states that the agent responsible refused to comment sued the writers but lost his case through the statute of limitations (over 2 years had
elapsed). However, the book was then brought out in paper-back form and this time he was able to make his case which was eventually settled out of
court owing to lack of finance by the writers.
I found it quite plausible and more believable than some of these outlandish 'conspiracy theories'.
Could anyone enlighten me as to the reaction by the public?