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I believe that the figures in red and blue seen in the Zapruder film that are thought to be Mary Moorman and Jean Hill are not those people, but two others, and that they were carrying covert weapons, and that both shot at the president, and the one firing last was the one who hit him with the fatal shot. More on this on my website - www.robsdataservices.co.uk. I would be interested to know if anybody has good reason to agree, and/or who has seen subtle differences in the clothing, height, hairstyle, etc of these figures in film clips or photographs of the scene, especially before and after
Hello, I wish to communicate with others about the JFK assassination. My own theory is that the figures who were thought to be Jean Hill and Mary Moorman are not those people, but two others who both had covert weapons, and who both shot at the president, and that one of them, probably the one who fired last, hit him with the fatal shot. There is more about this on my website - http://www.robsdataservices.co.uk. One of the things that follow from this is that the people pretending to be Jean Hill and Mary Moorman must have been 'replaced' by the real Jean Hill and Mary Moorman in the a
I don’t think anyone fired a shot at the presidential limousine as it passed the Grassy Knoll. If someone did, then they missed and the shot went into the grass in the grassy area between Elm Street and Main Street. The best evidence on this is Mary Moorman’s Polaroid. To demonstrate this I will use the Parkland Doctor’s description of the Kennedy head wound. This was attested to by 40 medical people at Parkland Hospital. The head wound was caused by a shot that struck President Kennedy’s right temple and exited in the rear of his head in the occipital region. The firing angle
Where did Jean Hill say she was when the assassination occurred? Mary Moorman has always been consistent in her testimony on where she was at in Dealey Plaza at the time of the assassination. Jean Hill and Mary Moorman’s statements began to diverge after the first day. Initially their statements at the Sheriff’s Office gave roughly the same location, down Elm Street in front of the Grassy Knoll / Monument area. Jean Hill said in her Voluntary Statement at the Sheriff’s Office on November 22, 1963 “Mary and I were wanting to take some pictures of the President so we purposely