Frenchy wrote:? Ken
Phil Dragoo wrote:Christoph
3. Did the bang-makers on the 6th floor really shoot or only impersonate?
Consider whether a shooter in the southwest sixth hit Connally--it was a right-to-left trajectory.
Phil Dragoo wrote:Count the possible rear shots: Kennedy's back 5-3/4 down from the shirt collar, 5-3/8 down from the jacket collar, to the right of midline, coursing down, probed for two inches, did not transit;
Phil Dragoo wrote:Kennedy's back of head--a split second before the shot to his right temple;
Tague, missed, shot number four from the rear;
Windshield trim, shot number five.
And from the front: throat--the size of a .22 per John Ritchson: http://www.assassinationresearch.com/v3n2/v3n2ritchson1.pdf;
Phil Dragoo wrote:To Kennedy's right temple--by Jimmy Files--with his Remington XP-100 and a mercury round causing the galaxy of artifacts high in the Right/Left skull X-ray, causing the occipital avuncular wound exuding cerebellar tissue witnessed by forty people in Dealey Plaza, at Parkland, at Bethesda;
Let's say bullet, singular! More decisive is, that the Brehm fragment flew in the trajectory from James Files to the left rear and that motorcyclist Hargis was hit by hard "things".Phil Dragoo wrote:Other bullets retrieved from the grass on the south side of Elm by agents.
You have my say, Phil, you have my say!Phil Dragoo wrote:Oswald's magic bullets outperform Russian and Chinese Multiple Re-entry Vehicle (MIRV) ICBMs, able to perform more aerobatics than the U.S. Navy Blue Angels or the U.S. Airforce Thunderbirds.
It's suspicious on itself, how much they "investigated" the TSBD with it's pre-placed weapons and "overlooked" the DalTex! I wonder whether policeman Mooney or Decker shot the firecracker impersonator bangs themselves ....Phil Dragoo wrote:Also, there may have been a shooter in the Dal-Tex Building.
Phil Dragoo wrote:And was there not also found evidence of a sabot in a casing found on the roof of the County Records Building in the '70's. I saw it in Marrs:
Marrs writes on 317:
Dean Morgan of Lewisville (a suburb of Dallas) told Texas researchers
that in 1975 his father was working on air-conditioning equipment on the
roof of the Dallas County Records Building located just catercorner from
the Texas School Book Depository. The Records Building's west side faces
onto Dealey Plaza and there is a waist-high parapet along the edge of its
According to Morgan, his father discovered a 30.06-caliber shell casing lying
under a lip of roofing tar at the base of the roof's parapet on the side facing
Dealey Plaza while searching for water leaks.
The shell casing is dated 1953 and marks indicate it was manufactured at
the Twin Cities Arsenal. One side has been pitted by exposure to the
weather, indicating it lay on the roof for a long time. The casing, which remains
in Morgan's possession, has an odd crimp around its neck.
Rifle experts have explained to Morgan that this is evidence that a sabot
may have been used to fire ammunition from a 30.06 rifle. A sabot is a plastic
sleeve that allows a larger-caliber weapon to fire a smaller-caliber slug.
The results of using a lighter-weight slug include increased velocity producing
more accuracy and greater striking power. And the smaller slug exhibits
the ballistics of the weapon it was originally fired from, rather than, in this
case, the 30.06, as the sabot engages the 30.06's rifling.98
Phil Dragoo wrote:But, yes, the role of the bangmakers was primarily to finger the patsy--the first shot was described as a firecracker--and that medium velocity toy gun had the distinctive Wiley Coyote Acme Fireworks sound.
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