What prevented Dulles & Angleton from destroying the Zapruder film? in JFK Assassination Debate Posted yesterday at 11:37 AM · Edited yesterday at 11:43 AM by Paul Bacon clarity 9 hours ago, Ron Bulman said: I think so too. Horne I believe is the one who mentioned frames cut out for "debris removal". The extent of the explosion Brugioni saw, what splattered Hargis and the other motorcycle cop and the driver of the follow up car? I have to wonder what else they might have shown in terms of head movement. If I remember correctly Horne also mentioned removal of these frames speeding up the perceived back and to the left sequence. Indeed Ron. Doug also suggested the Z film was shot at 48 fps. All kinds of data: head movement, exit debris, reactions of other occupants, limo speed, shot sequence, etc. could have been removed and still present a coherent film. And to Jeremy, there were (3) copies (possibly 4) and one original already in existance by Friday afternoon. Pretty hard to make a case that the film was accidentally destroyed when there are already four or five copies floating about.