Did A Shot from the Grassy Knoll Kill the President?

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Re: Did A Shot from the Grassy Knoll Kill the President?

Postby Slav » Mon Oct 29, 2018 9:12 pm

http://jfkmurdersolved.com/coast.htm


Punch in ZACK Shelton in the search bar and you will have a lot of reading
Who shot JFK - Files, Nicoletti,Roselli, Jack Lawrence, Frank Sturgis, Roscoe White, and others
Who shot MLK- police officer Frank Strausser.
Who shot RFK - Thane Caesar
All Cia hired assasins
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Re: Did A Shot from the Grassy Knoll Kill the President?

Postby Slav » Tue Oct 30, 2018 7:44 am

Who shot JFK - Files, Nicoletti,Roselli, Jack Lawrence, Frank Sturgis, Roscoe White, and others
Who shot MLK- police officer Frank Strausser.
Who shot RFK - Thane Caesar
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Re: Did A Shot from the Grassy Knoll Kill the President?

Postby Chris Reiss » Thu Nov 01, 2018 5:20 am

Hi Dan, and welcome! (I'm also new here.)

You may find this recent post persuasive. My claim is the motion of the 5 other people in Kennedy's car are caused, and can only be caused, by an explosive shell from the direction of the grassy knoll.

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Re: Did A Shot from the Grassy Knoll Kill the President?

Postby Bob Lilly » Sat Nov 24, 2018 5:03 pm

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It is hard to see the very quick muzzle flash in Nix film as many have told me. This still captures muzzle flash of kill shot showing diagonal trail from top left of frame towards Kennedy.. You can see a piece of his head and other debris shot off just after this. Note the dad of family who protected his kid and the lady (Hill?) on other side at moment of impact just like they testified. Zapruder and his secretary on wall in background. The field of fire from the right opens as Kennedy passes Stemmons Freeway sign in Zappruder film. He may have taken incoming on throat at this time from behind wall/behind fence as he was looking and waving to right then grabs at his throat and looks ahead and then a bit to wife. The field of fire is now open to the fence on grazzy knoll,, maybe 20-30 feet from corner of fence,.
It makes sense that the shot came from knoll fence as Mrs Kennedy's head would be in line of fire from left side and even from the wall on right. Kennedy's head at the time was looking slightly to left. The bullet struck him on the side of right temple and went just inside right side of skull exiting out the back right.
The Fireball weapon may have been used.
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Re: Did A Shot from the Grassy Knoll Kill the President?

Postby Jim Carney » Sun Aug 25, 2019 12:02 am

Hello Everyone,
I too am new to this forum. I was 18 at the time JFK was killed and I was horrified by it all. I watched live on TV Ruby shooting Oswald. My background on the JFK assassination is that I have read many books on the subject, maybe 20, and at least half of them say Oswald was the lone gunman. The one thing that Oswald said in the police station, “I’m just a patsy”, told me he didn’t kill JFK. Who says that?
My take on it is Carlos Marcello and Santo Trafficante conspired to kill the president and the fatal shot was fired accidentally by a Secret Service Agent riding the car behind the Presidents limo. No one book has ever convinced me that the author had the big picture. But two books put it together for me; “Mafia Kingfish” by John H. Davis and “JFK – The Smoking Gun” by Colin McLaren. Mafia Kingfish gives you a very good understanding of Carlos Marcello and why he did it and Smoking Gun explains the final shot.
As a side note, I have seen what happens to a watermelon that was shot with an AR15, small entry hole, explosive exit wound, and the watermelon slowly rolls backwards.
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Re: Did A Shot from the Grassy Knoll Kill the President?

Postby JDB4JFK » Tue Aug 27, 2019 3:08 pm

Hello Jim and welcome. I'm glad you're still interested in the case, but unfortunately your reading and believing in the wrong books. Unfortunately in this case there is a lot of disinformation out there for a Lehman that hasn't researched in all the proper areas, to mislead you and confuse you. To believe in the two books you mentioned would mean you believe that the "MAFIA" and "THE SECRET SERVICE" run our country today and that is simply not true. Meaning you believe that the mafia and secret service had the power to kill Kennedy and the power to clean it up, and blame it on someone else. When I say that it means you believe that those two identities controlled the media, FBI, CIA, Military, Dallas police force, President, Congress, and Senate!!!

Let me ask you this question, where do you think the last four Presidents of the USA, PRIOR TO TRUMP, were employed at???

A. SECRET SERVICE
B. MAFIA
C. CIA
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Re: Did A Shot from the Grassy Knoll Kill the President?

Postby Jim Carney » Wed Aug 28, 2019 10:41 pm

I didn’t mean to mislead you but I have probably been investigating the “event” for better than 30 years. I have read numerous books on the subject. Most all of them say that LHO did it alone and I just never bought that which kept me looking and reading.
Things you need to understand that at the time of the assassination LBJ and J Edgar Hoover were connected to the mob. The mob controlled J Edgar Hoover. The Secret Service were too busy covering up the fact that a SS Agent fired the fatal head shot accidently and I suspect that the CIA was in such disarray by the firing of it’s head.
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Re: Did A Shot from the Grassy Knoll Kill the President?

Postby Phil Dragoo » Thu Aug 29, 2019 11:12 pm

The consortium of interests insured the job would be done for maximum effectiveness.

Military, intelligence, financial, criminal facets present.

To accentuate one above the others might be to fall prey to the fallacy of the excluded middle, the both-and rather than the either-or.

James Files presents a compelling testament to a shot from the fence on the Grassy Knoll.

Sherry Fiester, Doug Weldon, Anthony DeFiore and others argue convincingly for a shot from the South Knoll.

Although Humes failed before Gunn in the challenge of locating the occipital entry, David Mantik has concluded three head shots.

1) Occipital; 2) Right Forehead; 3) Right Temple.

His book presents his interpretation of the extant AP and lateral skull x-rays as well as a lengthy commentary on the Harper Fragment.

We have discussed a radio communications network which coordinated a volley coinciding with the braking or stopping of the limousine.

Greer can be seen on Zapruder looking back until 318 at which point the motion blur suggests acceleration.

What prompted Greer's counterintuitive action--was it the Walkie Talkie Man stepping into Elm with right fist raised in the sign Column Halt.

There is a panoply of participation from the military-intelligence-criminal Files to the CIA officers who may have been at Houston and Elm, to Hunt and Phillips' admissions, to Prouty and Krulak's outing of Lansdale, the strange confluence at Dal-Tex where a shot from the roof could be conflated with one from Depository 6W.

From the tactical picture up the organizational pyramid Hoover, Johnson, were followed to the grave by Hoffa, Giancana, Roselli, Harvey, Nicoletti, DeMohrenschildt, Sullivan, Morales and so many more.

Nixon was ousted when Helms set McCord on an op to put the inconvenient temporary resident of the Oval Office in the spotlight of ONI spook Woodward.

Ford named Rocky to whitewash CIA and GHWB to sanitize the HSCA witness list.

As CIA told Lopez and Hardway, "You'll be gone. We'll still be here."

In Chris Carter's X-Files depiction of the Cigarette-Smoking Man we see a short rifle in the Elm sewer.

We are reminded of the 1942 DeLisle .45 cal. sentry removal tool, as silent as a desktop stapler.

1942 was the year British-trained Czechs took out Heydrich in a road-curve crossfire.

And the year Stephen Kinzer in The Brothers puts Allen Dulles in Switzerland amassing caches of sniper rifles and silencers.

The false defector was surely under Angleton's thumb while Ruby acted out of fear of his mob superiors--

--and LeMay returned from a secret location in Canada to oversee a military autopsy.

As Kurt Vonnegut wrote in Cat's Cradle:

Nice, nice, very nice
So many people in the same device

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Did A Shot from the Grassy Knoll Kill the President?

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Fri Aug 30, 2019 6:00 am

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Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

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Researchers for our benefits in approximately 500 words.

Analysis, reading, re-reading, reviewing, and studying what is written here and following up with your
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