Saturday, 2 November 2013

Proof JFK Hit in the Back Not Neck - Single Gunman Theory Debunked (RECAP)





[The position of the bullet hole seen in the shirt and jacket (top two pictures) clearly rules out scenario offered by the official story as described in the picture directly above.]

Thirty-three years ago, Gerald R. Ford took pen in hand and changed - ever so slightly - the Warren Commission's key sentence on the place where a bullet entered John F. Kennedy's body when he was killed in Dallas.

The effect of Ford's change was to strengthen the commission's conclusion that a single bullet passed through Kennedy and severely wounded Texas Gov. John Connally - a crucial element in its finding that Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole gunman.
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''This is the most significant lie in the whole Warren Commission report,'' said Robert D. Morningstar, a computer systems specialist in New York City who said he has studied the assassination since it occurred and written an Internet book about it.

The effect of Ford's editing, Morningstar said, was to suggest that a bullet struck Kennedy in the neck, ''raising the wound two or three inches. Without that alteration, they could never have hoodwinked the public as to the true number of assassins.''

If the bullet had hit Kennedy in the back, it could not have struck Connolly in the way the commission said it did, he said.

http://whatreallyhappened.com/RANCHO/POLITICS/JFK/ford.html

Apologists for the official, lone gunman story have claimed that JFK's shirt and jacket were "bunched up" so that the hole, although appearing in the back, actually lined up with the neck. This claim has been disproven (see here). On this evidence alone it can be concluded that Oswald could not have been solely responsible for the assassination.


[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, November 2nd, 2013.]

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