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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-06-2017, 02:36 PM
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Yes, I too recall that.

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I heard that to wonted to be sure all parties were dead before it was opened. There was a show a couple weeks ago where there was a crew of investigators going over every thing called the lost bullet and it showed how lee Harveys first shot hit a signal pole in front of him and went wild and hit the curb across the street. even had a marine core sniper do the shooting with the same type gun with laizer attached the same type car with riders for Kennedy and the connely every thing laid out. Very interesting show.

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There was a book published many years ago, called Mortal Error. Author stated that possible a secret service agent, sitting on the trunk of the following car, picked up what was an M-16 and in the process of turning around to look over his shoulder, squeezed off a shot that cleared the windshield of the car he was in, and hit Kennedy in the back of the head. gypsyman

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There was a book published many years ago, called Mortal Error. Author stated that possible a secret service agent, sitting on the trunk of the following car, picked up what was an M-16 and in the process of turning around to look over his shoulder, squeezed off a shot that cleared the windshield of the car he was in, and hit Kennedy in the back of the head. gypsyman
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Most of the controversial BS about that shooting is produced to make money not tell the truth.

If you want to know a lot more examine the actual evidence. The evidence is all on line.
BTW the Dallas police caught the moron Oswald in 88 minutes.
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Not 3 times from the M-16. Only the shot that hit his head. In the book, Oswalds shot that went thru the throat probably would have killed him anyway. Jesse Ventura did a show that re-created the shooting. Didn't hit squat. Of course, he could be just a bad shot! gypsyman

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so, two shots heard, then the SS man turns and accidentally lets one go?

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