In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Saintly Oswald <fatoldcr...
> I think the wind whispered me a question, so I'll answer. At present, and
> since the information must be gleaned and my mind is not calcified, this
> may change, I think the following sequence is a fair guess:
> 1. The first hit is from DC Man on JFK (behind the sign).
Ah yes, your bridge shooter, who fires a shot from his rifle from only
about thirty feet away from Skinny and at least six of his co-workers, but
none of them hear a shot from anywhere near that close to them. And
Skinny said the first shot came from way up Elm Street. He said it
several times in several different years. Immediately after the last shot
is fired, Skinny and at least three others run right past DC as he is
walking onto the bridge with his rifle and his walkie-talkie, because, as
continues to be entertaining to me to continue pointing out, it is
impossible in an absolute sense for DC to reach the point at which he is
photographed by Cabluck with his walkie-talkie, and his rifle *already*
resting against the railing, unless he is already walking out onto the
bridge as Skinny et al are passing him going the opposite direction. Yet
although the rifle is in full view as DC is carrying it, Skinny et al
never notice anyone with a rifle on the bridge.
I, uh, "wonder" why this could be?
Perhaps because there was no rifle to see?
Just a thought.
> 2. Next, somebody from behind, I'll call him "Oswald," gets JFK in the
> back Z224).
That might work. Of course, it is plain as the sun in the sky on a
cloudless day that both Connally and JFK jerk violently starting at Z226.
Also Connally said he heard the first shot, turned to his right, then was
in the process of turning around to his left to look at JFK, but only got
far enough in the turn to be facing more or less straight forward, and
that it was exactly then that he felt himself to be hit in the back. He
said this year after year after year, and decade after decade after
decade. And quite interestingly, the film does indeed show him turning
his head to the right at around Z165, shows his head continuously turned
to the right all the way to where he disappears behind the sign, and still
shows his head turned to the right in the first frames after he emerges
from behind the sign. And not once does he drink from his soda bottle.
Almost exactly at Z226 his head suddenly turns to facing almost straight
forward, and that's exactly where he jerks violently.
His statements match what is seen in the film to absolute perfection.
How did he do that? Did he watch the film first and then decide what to
Inquiring minds want to know.
> 3. John Connally shoots JFK (Z287). I now think he was not startled by the
> shot so much as beginning his planned routine at the hearing of the shot.
[Explosive sounds of extreme mirth.]
Yep, I thought we would be going there as soon as I first saw you a few
days ago claim that you can, uh, "see" him holding a gun. But I thought
you said you "see" him putting it *in* his pocket, not withdrawing it
*from* his pocket. Shall I quote you verbatim saying exactly that from
one of your previous articles? And how is he shooting JFK, may I ask,
when he has his hat in one hand and his soda bottle in the other? My,
your scenario just keeps changing and changing and changing. Also why do
we not see JFK exhibit anything that looks even remotely like a reaction
to being shot again at this point?
> 4. Greer shoots Connally (Z289).
With both of his hands on the steering wheel? That's a neat trick. Also
how are you figuring that trajectory? The entrance in Connally's back was
almost exactly at the bottom of his right armpit. The exit was about two
inches to the left of his right nipple. In other words, the bullet exited
farther to the left in his body than the entrance. If Greer is shooting
Connally at Z289, in the position Connally is in at that moment the bullet
would exit farther to the *right* in his body. You then have to have the
bullet make a sharp turn downward to hit his right wrist, and then make
another sharp turn downward and to the left (i.e. somewhat back toward
Greer) to go into Connally's left thigh. This bullet must have been at
least a thousand times more magical than the wildest claim ever made by
any CT worldwide, in any language or any other form of communication,
about the LNers' single bullet, since that one never changes direction
significantly at all.
> 5. Greer shoots JFK (Z304).
With both of his hands still on the steering wheel? Amazing. How did he
do it? And why do we still see nothing that looks even remotely like a
reaction from JFK to being shot a third time?
> 6. Jackie fiddles with JFK's back brace. Hey, that's what it looks like
> 7. I still don't understand the big head shot,
When that's the easiest shot of all to understand? Perish the thought.
> but I'll say that comes
> from "Oswald." There may be 2 shots involved there. (Z313).
Oh? Where does the other shot come from? Skinny's grassy knoll shooter
who is nowhere even remotely close to DC?
> 8. Greer shoots at JFK again (Z318)
Oh lordy, and with both his hands *still* on the steering wheel?
> 9. Bridge Man shoots Connally's wrist and JFK (Z322).
Oh, that's the wrist shot. Hmm. At that point Nellie is already pulling
her husband down. His right wrist at this point is quite low in the car.
How are you getting the bullet to his wrist without it going through Greer
and the driver's seat? Or maybe Greer was shot, and he just kept driving
and driving and driving. And those bad people at Parkland didn't even
treat him. For shame.
> 10. I think Bridge Man puts another shot through the windshield, but I
> don't know what happens to it (Z330).
No, that's the one that hit Tague.
> I think that's enough for now.