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.45 shell found in Dealey Plaza?


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#1 Lee Forman

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Posted 19 July 2005 - 08:53 PM

In Dealey Plaza, I was recently informed by one of the individuals selling assassination related tours and materials, that within the past 3 years a .45 caliber shell was discovered by a tourist, behind the fence, in roughly the location of the GKS. Does anyone have any additional information on this matter?

This is not to be confused with the 2 Remington .222 caliber shells found by John Rademacher in 1987 - neither of these were found in the parking lot area.

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Posted 19 July 2005 - 10:36 PM

Wasn't this the bullet Files took credit for? I think it had teeth marks on it, which Files claimed was because he held it in his teeth while loading the weapon - but it could never be matched to his dental records because he'd had some work done since then, or something like that.

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Posted 20 July 2005 - 02:04 AM

Wasn't this the bullet Files took credit for? I think it had teeth marks on it, which Files claimed was because he held it in his teeth while loading the weapon - but it could never be matched to his dental records because he'd had some work done since then, or something like that.

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Hi Nic.

No - that was the Remington .222, which was not found behind the fence. If it will load, attached is the graphic done by John Rademacher, who discovered 2 .222 caliber shells while digging around the Plaza.

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Posted 20 July 2005 - 02:10 AM

Wasn't this the bullet Files took credit for? I think it had teeth marks on it, which Files claimed was because he held it in his teeth while loading the weapon - but it could never be matched to his dental records because he'd had some work done since then, or something like that.

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Hi Nic.

No - that was the Remington .222, which was not found behind the fence. If it will load, attached is the graphic done by John Rademacher, who discovered 2 .222 caliber shells while digging around the Plaza.

Happy Birthday?

- lee

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Ah, okay, I see what you meant, my mistake. ;)

And thank you.. :D




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