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Steven Kossor

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  1. Good news. I just watched David Mantik's presentation from a few weeks ago at the FoFF and his analysis of three head shots clearly comports with the analyses that have been published here by several others. The head shot sequence of forehead-temple-occiput matches the sequence several of us have discussed, and can accommodate the "head turn" evidence I focused on some time ago (the hole at the back of JFK's head must have been "pointing" toward the driver's side taillight in order for gore to have exited the hold and landed onto the driver's side taillight area and Officer Hargis). The tim
  2. Thanks so much John. I haven't written a book about the JFK assassination, but I've been studying it for 40 years and have read just about everyone else's books, and have had wonderful opportunities to converse with Doug Horne (I gave him the concept of "dissociation" and explained how it may account for Humes' "oral utterance" about the "surgery of the head area" during the autopsy and he credited me for this in his published presentation for the Future of Freedom Foundation in 2014, so that was appreciated). I digitized the audio cassettes that Doug retained from the ARRB testimony session
  3. The JFK assassination wasn't "an accident of history" as it's been portrayed so conscientiously by the MSM to have been. It was a planned "regime change" that advanced the financial and political interests of those who followed in its wake. I think we can all agree on that much. It follows then, that the plan for JFK's assassination would be meticulously created. That it went off the rails and came within a hair's breadth of exposure is well documented in the seemingly incongruous details of the historical record, but the plan itself was certainly not so chaotic and disorganized. It would
  4. I stood on the pedestal a few years ago and shot video myself. It was plainly obvious that, as a skilled cameraman, Zapruder was capable of tracking the limo in the center of the frame (panning down while panning to the right) and that the motion captured in the Z film shows no such panning (it actually looks alot like the camera was mounted on a tripod and just panned left-to-right without any downward motion), but that's an artifact of film editing. Don't forget, the Jamison installation in Dallas where the Zfilm was printed was advertising itself as "The Hollywood of the Midwest" or somet
  5. So glad to have stimulated thought about "what really happened" in DP on 11/22/63. There is a good deal of evidence that remains "laying in plain sight" that will help clarify things, I'm sure. The idea of a movie being *intentionally* used to replace peoples' memories of events is one of the most startling realizations about the depth of deception that was an integral part of the assassination of JFK. The Z film was screened several times in John Connally's hospital room before he made any public comments about "what happened" and was used by the SS as a training tool as well. The fact th
  6. After reading a few reviews of Thompson's Last Second in Dallas, and carefully reading the book myaelf, my eternal question will be: “How did blood and gore exhaust from the right rear of JFK’s head onto the left rear (driver’s side) corner of the limo and onto officer Hargis who was riding slightly behind that position, unless the hole in the back of JFK’s head was “pointing” toward the left rear of the limo at the time he was shot in the head from the right front?” A corollary question is “Why doesn’t ANY picture or movie of JFK’s killing show him looking at the Grassy Knoll (“pointing” th
  7. After reading a few reviews of Thompson's Last Second in Dallas, and carefully reading the book myself, my eternal question will be: “How did blood and gore exhaust from the right rear of JFK’s head onto the left rear (driver’s side) corner of the limo and onto officer Hargis who was riding slightly behind that position, unless the hole in the back of JFK’s head was “pointing” toward the left rear of the limo at the time he was shot in the head from the right front?” A corollary question is “Why doesn’t ANY picture or movie of JFK’s killing show him looking at the Grassy Knoll (“pointing” th
  8. Looking at something through a tube enhances understanding of the space being examined, but just that. It's a triumph if you're satisfied with that view and a contribution if you're not.
  9. We shouldn't forget that Lifton's observations about body and film alteration predate Horne's by more than 20 years, that Lifton introduced Horne to the alteration evidence before he became associated with the ARRB, and that Lifton conferred regularly with Horne throughout the ARRB proceedings to share information and insights. I've met both men and shared ideas with them over several years, and their contributions are undoubtedly of vital importance in understanding what happened and why, but each deserves credit for his contributions. I am dismayed that the conversation about the orientati
  10. It's turning out that Zapruder's film wasn't the only piece of visual evidence that was altered in a relatively short span of time in this case, right? The call went out through the media at the time, calling all citizens to deliver their movies and other media to the Dallas PD so they could be used for the investigation into JFK's murder and lots of people complied. The Zapruder film itself was processed at "the Hollywood of the Midwest" (Jamison's) in Dallas which had state-of-the-art film production/editing facilities on-site there. In Zapruder's interview on TV on the afternoon/evening
  11. In Last Second in Dallas, Thompson gives a startling history of how the audio recordings currently available as "DPD police radio recordings" were composites created from the original media (that no longer exist), leaving several recordings and transcripts of varying integrity behind. Suffice it to say that there is currently no recording that could be called "the soundtrack of the Zapruder film," although enhanced versions have reportedly been created that align with the apparent gunshot visuals that exist on the extant version of the Zapruder film (which itself may not look exactly as it di
  12. Finished reading Thompson's Last Second in Dallas. Lots of information focused on the DPD recordings and how the recordings available today came into existence (they are composites) and needed to be subjected to extremely rigorous analysis by exceptionally skilled professionals in order to be useful as evidence. Thompson's book provides a wealth of information about those who have used the recordings to reveal the truth -- and documents the apparently intentional, nefarious efforts of some "eminent" authorities to conceal it. But the question looming for me is: where was the microphone that
  13. I just searched for and found the phrase "Check it" in the DPD Channel 1 audio recording but I was not able to detect any sound or apparent fingerprint of a gunshot within 3-4 secords of that phrase in the recording I listened to. According to Thompson's Last Second in Dallas, the first shot occurred about 3 seconds after that phrase appears on the recording. Either my audio equipment isn't as sophisticated as I wish it was, or the fidelity of the audio recording I have of the DPD Channel 1 isn't high enough. In any case, I'll keep looking and listening as this process continues. Best wish
  14. Thanks so much! I've been collecting versions of the DPD audio recordings for the past couple of years and am especially interested in ones prior to 12:00 noon. If you can help me find any of those, I'd sincerely appreciate it! Of all the evidence resources, those seem to be among the harder-to-fake pieces (not like the visual record) since editing of audio content almost always leaves a particular "fingerprint" in the wave form. The AF1 tapes are among the best examples of that; with "pops" occurring where the ends of the spliced tape overlapped and "voids" where the ends of the spliced t
  15. Mark, you're most welcome! Where did you get the dictabelt transcript that you used in your 7/17/2020 release of Motorcade 63?
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