Friday, 22 November 2013

Connelly Describing His Wound in JFK Murder - AFTER Kennedy Had Been Hit the First Time (Four Shots)


Texas Governor John Connelly describing his wounding in the JFK assassination. Of significance, notice that John Connally is NOT bent over for several seconds AFTER we see him emerge from behind the sign. John Connally was shot in the back AFTER President Kennedy was shot in the back/neck.



Remember the official story has JFK shot through the neck, with the first round, simultaneous to Connolly being hit. Yet we have Connolly indicating he was still unhurt after already hearing the first shot. The Zapruder film confirms this account rather than the official narrative.

So we have one shot to JFK's neck, one into the road, one to Connolly and one more to JFK's head. That is 4. The sound recording also shows that there were at least 4, maybe up to 7 shots. If there were more than 3 shots, then there must have been more than one shooter.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, November 22nd, 2013.]

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