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Wednesday, November 22, 2006 

John F Kennedy Assassinated November 22, 1963 -

On November 22, 1963, when he was hardly past his first thousand days in office, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was killed by an assassin's bullets as his motorcade wound through Dallas, Texas. Kennedy was the youngest man elected President; he was the youngest to die. Fourty-three years ago today.

The only known film of the event was the Zapruder film which many still believe shows a bullet striking the President from the back and then again from the front. Two shooters.

The official Warren Commission insisted that there was only one shooter, who shot from behind Kennedy. The final shot that struck him in the Zapruder film is clearly from in front of the car as the force of the shot throws his head back.

The Zapruder film is very explicit. Warning.

Zapruder film


The direction of head flailing is something likely left best to physicists. For every reaction there's an Equal, and opposite reaction. Here's just my guess to explain why a head might snap in the direction a bullet came from-
The front tip of a bullet is pointy, so it would enter the skull without pushing the head very much, but when it fragments, and/or leaves the opposite side of the skull, the head would push back toward the entry wound to "compensate" for the bullet's mass moving quickly in the opposite direction out.
I'm sure that bullet wounds to the head have been studied to death with high speed cameras and dummies [hopefully] to confirm this.

Well I don't don't know what happened that day in Dallas, but I do know that paraffin tests showed that Oswald did not fire a gun that day, though he was alleged to have shot both the President of the US and a innocent bystander (with a pistol, allegedly while running though Dallas).

On that basis alone, the Warren Commission is wrong and Oswald must be eliminated as a suspect.

I won't even mention how a Manlicer Carcano is a notoriously poor quality rifle and physically impossible to fire 3 times in 5 seconds.

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