Abraham Zapruder's Jennifer Juniors occupied the fifth and sixth floors of the Dal-Tex Building in 1963.
He'd been business partners with George de Mohrenschildt's wife Jeanne.
Jim Braden-Brading was in the Dal-Tex Building. Jimmy Files says Chuck Nicoletti was as well.
The trajectory from the Dal-Tex is favorable for the occipital shot—and the Tague miss.
How convenient that Zapruder filmed the event.
And delivered his 8mm film to C.D. Jackson of Life, Ike's psy-ops guy who'd been working for CIA since 1948.
And the film was run through two NPIC events over the weekend involving the Kodak Rochester Hawkeye Works.
Robert Harris suggests a suppressed weapon fired two shots from the Dal-Tex with the limo at the corner of Houston and Elm which hit the street, necessitating the turn being edited from the three major surviving films.
Dal-Tex, DeMohrenschildt, C.D. Jackson.
Nice, nice, very nice.
So many mechanics in the same device.