Message from discussion Mcadams "error" of omission
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From: Robert Harris <bobharri...@yahoo.com>
Subject: Mcadams "error" of omission
Date: 7 Oct 2012 11:15:55 -0400
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Earlier this year I challenged mcadams re: his statement in his book
that Mrs. Connally didn't realize that her husband was hit at frame 223.
That much was true enough, since he basically usurped that fact from my
posts going back to 1995:-) But John's explanation omitted the fact that
she stated quite clearly that it was the next shot, fired after she
looked back at the President and before the fatal head explosion that
she mistakenly believed, wounded her husband.
John's "reply" was that my theory was not popular enough for him to have
to address the issue. Setting aside the many millions of views on my
Youtube presentations, his argument fails because it is not my theory
that demands an explanation. It is Mrs. Connally's statement.
I'm sure he would like to tell us that she was simply mistaken, but the
problem is, that she reacted to that shot by spinning around to her
husband and then pulling him back to her - exactly as she testified.
And that reaction began at frame 291, a third of a second after frame
285 and in perfect unison with every other surviving passenger in the
limousine. John also claims that I am the only one who can see these
reactions, and refused to reply when I pointed out that numerous other
nutters have tried to argue they were caused by a backfire, a siren, or
the limo rapidly decelerating.
These are the reactions that John claims are a figment of my imagination:
And this brief presentation explains them in more detail:
Reactions like that are only seen immediately following 285 and 313.
None of the early shots were loud enough to startle anyone and only one
was loud enough to be heard at all.
Oswald did not fire all the shots.