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Ash Grimes

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  1. Was Oswald the Lone JFK Gunman? By Juan A. Lozano May 25, 2007 7:51AM New testing on the type of ammunition used in the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy raises questions about whether Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone, according to a study by researchers at Texas A&M University. Lead research Cliff Spiegelman stressed, however, that the research doesn't necessarily support conspiracy theorists who for decades have doubted Oswald was the lone gunman. "We're not saying there was a conspiracy. All we're saying is the evidence that was presented as a slam dunk for a single shoo
  2. Ash, The Jefferies film is important only because it allowed LNers like Gerald Posner to step into an evidentiary trap. According to Posner, the Jefferies film shows JFK's jacket in the "precise" location required by the SBT. In Jefferies, the jacket rode up over the top of the shirt collar. But in the Towner film -- taken within a few seconds of the shooting -- the shirt collar is clearly visible. http://www.jfk-online.com/Towner.mpg Ergo, the jacket dropped, and by Posner's own analysis the SBT is debunked. The JFK cover-up has destroyed itself over this issue, mark my words. I
  3. Thanks for that insight, Mr. White - I've been confused before regarding that, I've heard both Bloom & JCS before.
  4. While yes, I do believe this is a very interesting piece of footage and I'm glad we have it, and it certainly suggests that there are people who have footage or photographs that have not yet come forward even now - I don't think it's nearly as important as some people are making it out to be. At the end of the day, photos and video from nearly 45 years ago can be open to interpretation as a result of the poor quality.
  5. I'm Ash, I'm nineteen, I currently live in Houston, Texas where I'm going to school for my degree in history. After I graduate, I plan on moving to Boston, preferably working in a museum. I'd like to join the forum as history fascinates me, and I feel more at home doing research than I do with anything else in my life.
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