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Hi folks: Check out this 3D model: http://humster3d.com/2011/05/24/lincoln-continental-x-100-1961/ I got one which I intend to place on the Internet in order to determine the angles, trajectories, at the highest level of accuracy. It will be part of a full Dealey Plaza scene. However, Dmitry (the store rep) tells me that they use drawings, photos, etc. from public sources. I am afraid that the artist may have taken some liberties and shortcuts. I told him that I (with a little help from my friends) will try to get professional, precise drawings. Where can I get the most accurate drawings? I suppose from Lincoln company itself? Is that sort of thing sold in stores? TIA -Ramon
The Zapruder film is doctored to make us believe the shots only came from behind. Yes, there were back shots hitting Connally and President Kennedy. The Z film has a dark color mark on the back of Kennedy's head; a disguise. They were too stupid, desperate or lazy to use a brown color. But when he's hit in the head from the front and side, Jackie climbs onto the trunk to retrieve a bone. She was not trying to escape -- in a pink suit and crawling onto the trunk where she is in a shooter's view. That trunk in the Z film is perfectly clean with a great reflection of Jackie. Now if Kennedy was shot from the front and side, the trunk of the car would have blood and gore all over it. Maybe this never occurred to anyone. But Clint Hill is still alive. When he jumped on the back of the car, was it bloody or shiny clean? I understand there's a book out by him about his protecting Jackie. I wonder if he describes the blood, etc. I think this is one way to determine if the Zapruder film was faked or not. We know it's faked, but it would be a great way to "see" from where he was shot. I am going to look up this issue; it occurred to me this morning. Please give opinions or more info about the trunk. Kathy C