Shane wrote:Charles Nicholetti (Dal Tex building). My question here is, I have heard there was a shooter on the third floor, but wasn't there also a shell found on the roof of the building by a man working on the tile up there?
Perhaps Malcolm Wallace in the Depository window with David Morales as his spotter. Wallace's fingerprint was found on a box in the Depository. Morales, in my opinion, is the "black man" witnesses claimed to have seen pacing in front of the window prior to the motorcade arriving.
James Files on the Grassy Knoll positioned by the tree. I wanted to follow up on a comment discounting Files as a shooter because he was a chauffeur. This was apparently a pretty important role in the Mafia. Al Capone was once a chauffeur.
And then I have received information the French assassin (Lucien Sarti) was a shooter as well. But if Sarti was gunned down, why does Files protect him...if he was in fact stationed on the fence line?
I have heard enough about Richard Cain to believe he was involved...as a shooter, I don't know.
My belief is that the shots were coordinated and each time Kennedy was hit the next shooter's sequenced bullet hit Connally.
I have heard the scenarios for where the shooters were in building surrounding Dealy Plaza, I feel confident Files was under the tree, and I have also heard the witness account of another team of shooters along the fence line, too.
What I would like verified is, did Tosh Plumlee say he heard a shot come from behind him? I have watched both "I Shot JFK" and "The Grassy Knoll" and I just can't remember him saying that. I'm certain I missed it because others on this forum said they heard him state this.
Finally, Penny, you mention Jack Binion, Becky Binion Behnem, and Benny Behnem. I have never heard these names associated with being assassins. I'm interested. Would you please elaborate on their role.
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