I failed to proof read my post before placing it on the forum. Heres the corrected copy:
Hi. I'm Joel Peralez from Houston, Texas via the South Padre Island area where I was born and raised until the age of 21, whereupon I attended and graduated from The University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas.
I've considered all the theories over the years, including the late Sherry Fiester's blood splatter analysis and the direction of the fatal shot from the area of the southern most area of the triple underpass, but I couldn't square the credible conclusions regarding the blood splatter analysis with the fact that a witness was located in the triple underpass area at the time of the assassination, cut in the face by a piece of concrete struck by a stray bullet, but evidently failed to hear a rifle shot nearby! Why, I asked myself.
Then, last night, the thought occurred to me that if a silencer was on the rifle used by the shooter in the triple underpass area, that would explain why the nearby witness failed to hear a nearby rifle shot. I then googled "silencer 1963", and discovered that silencers were available that year, but ONLY TO THE US MILITARY. I came across an article on silencers and the jfk murder i'd like to share with the forum. I will update and post the article shortly. In the meantime, Google the info as indicated above and the article should appear.
None of the commentators that I have heard or read about, including the house select committee on assassination considered the use of a silencer. It would explain so much. I.e., rifle shots made from the grassy knoll and the school book depository were distanctions, while the real killer made the fatal head shot from the triple underpass -as sherry fiester concluded in her fine analysis- employing a SILENCER as part of the murder weapon.