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Tim Gratz
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Needed:

(1) Respected researcher (Prof McKnight perhaps if he would agree) to explain why the SBT is necessary to preclude two shooters.

(2) A man as close to JFK's height and weight as possible.

(3) A medical doctor or pathologist (Dr Wecht comes to mind of course).

(4) A model of the human skeletal system.

(5) Photographic enlargements of the following photos: (a) CE399; (:blink: JFK's coat; and © a "bunching photo". As well as enlargements of Burkley's certificate of death and the autopsy face sheet.

(6) An excellent videographer.

Prof McKnight discuuses (briefly) the controversy over the placement of the nonfatal posterior wound and where Boswell first placed it as confirmed by Admiral Burkley.

Dr. Wecht shows on a skeletal model where C6 and C7 are.

Professor McKnight asks man to remove his suit coat. Discusses measurement of the hole in the suit coat. For dramatic effect, one could even shoot a hole in the coat either beforehand or on camera.

Man redons coat. McKnight and Wecht attempt to move coat up so the hole reaches C6.

The bunching issue is discussed with the best available photograph used by advocates of that theory.

Has any demonstration like this been performed? I suspect it would show that the suit coat would have to be bunched almost to JFK's ear for the hole to match Boswell's amended version of where the nonfatal posterior bullet hit JFK.

Final shot: large colored photo of JFK's coat.

McKnight (or whoever) (can get a bit emotional) Ladies and gentlenen, the bullet hole in the bloody coat worn by President Kennedy during that fateful motorcade proves beyond any reasonable doubt that a bullet hit President Kennedy just where the pathologist originally put it--far below the wound in his neck. This precludes any theory that that bullet exited the President's throat and went on to inflict (how many?) wounds on Governor Connally. The necessary corollary is that there were two shooters, at least, in Dealey Plaza.

With the correct participants and a carefully worded (and totally accurate script) would you agree that that could be a very powerful video to prove a conspiracy? Do any of you have any suggestions? Criticisms of the idea? How long should it run? Ten minutes or less? Thoughts? Thanks.

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Needed:

(1) Respected researcher (Prof McKnight perhaps if he would agree) to explain why the SBT is necessary to preclude two shooters.

(2) A man as close to JFK's height and weight as possible.

(3) A medical doctor or pathologist (Dr Wecht comes to mind of course).

(4) A model of the human skeletal system.

(5) Photographic enlargements of the following photos: (a) CE399; (:huh: JFK's coat; and © a "bunching photo". As well as enlargements of Burkley's certificate of death and the autopsy face sheet.

(6) An excellent videographer.

Prof McKnight discuuses (briefly) the controversy over the placement of the nonfatal posterior wound and where Boswell first placed it as confirmed by Admiral Burkley.

Dr. Wecht shows on a skeletal model where C6 and C7 are.

Professor McKnight asks man to remove his suit coat. Discusses measurement of the hole in the suit coat. For dramatic effect, one could even shoot a hole in the coat either beforehand or on camera.

Man redons coat. McKnight and Wecht attempt to move coat up so the hole reaches C6.

The bunching issue is discussed with the best available photograph used by advocates of that theory.

Has any demonstration like this been performed? I suspect it would show that the suit coat would have to be bunched almost to JFK's ear for the hole to match Boswell's amended version of where the nonfatal posterior bullet hit JFK.

Final shot: large colored photo of JFK's coat.

McKnight (or whoever) (can get a bit emotional) Ladies and gentlenen, the bullet hole in the bloody coat worn by President Kennedy during that fateful motorcade proves beyond any reasonable doubt that a bullet hit President Kennedy just where the pathologist originally put it--far below the wound in his neck. This precludes any theory that that bullet exited the President's throat and went on to inflict (how many?) wounds on Governor Connally. The necessary corollary is that there were two shooters, at least, in Dealey Plaza.

With the correct participants and a carefully worded (and totally accurate script) would you agree that that could be a very powerful video to prove a conspiracy? Do any of you have any suggestions? Criticisms of the idea? How long should it run? Ten minutes or less? Thoughts? Thanks.

That not only sounds like a great project for some volunteers here to conduct, along with your suggested star players, but the pièce de résistance would be to have a debate as to the merits of the production with notable LNT and CT representatives . Maybe it could be sold to, or be a joint venture, with a TV network??

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Needed:

(1) Respected researcher (Prof McKnight perhaps if he would agree) to explain why the SBT is necessary to preclude two shooters.

(2) A man as close to JFK's height and weight as possible.

(3) A medical doctor or pathologist (Dr Wecht comes to mind of course).

(4) A model of the human skeletal system.

(5) Photographic enlargements of the following photos: (a) CE399; (:huh: JFK's coat; and © a "bunching photo". As well as enlargements of Burkley's certificate of death and the autopsy face sheet.

(6) An excellent videographer.

Prof McKnight discuuses (briefly) the controversy over the placement of the nonfatal posterior wound and where Boswell first placed it as confirmed by Admiral Burkley.

Dr. Wecht shows on a skeletal model where C6 and C7 are.

Professor McKnight asks man to remove his suit coat. Discusses measurement of the hole in the suit coat. For dramatic effect, one could even shoot a hole in the coat either beforehand or on camera.

Man redons coat. McKnight and Wecht attempt to move coat up so the hole reaches C6.

The bunching issue is discussed with the best available photograph used by advocates of that theory.

Has any demonstration like this been performed? I suspect it would show that the suit coat would have to be bunched almost to JFK's ear for the hole to match Boswell's amended version of where the nonfatal posterior bullet hit JFK.

Final shot: large colored photo of JFK's coat.

McKnight (or whoever) (can get a bit emotional) Ladies and gentlenen, the bullet hole in the bloody coat worn by President Kennedy during that fateful motorcade proves beyond any reasonable doubt that a bullet hit President Kennedy just where the pathologist originally put it--far below the wound in his neck. This precludes any theory that that bullet exited the President's throat and went on to inflict (how many?) wounds on Governor Connally. The necessary corollary is that there were two shooters, at least, in Dealey Plaza.

With the correct participants and a carefully worded (and totally accurate script) would you agree that that could be a very powerful video to prove a conspiracy? Do any of you have any suggestions? Criticisms of the idea? How long should it run? Ten minutes or less? Thoughts? Thanks.

Tim, while such a demonstration would be useful, it would almost certainly be ignored by the no conspiracy faithful (including the media). In part 3 of my video series, I placed a 14 cm object at the right tip of my mastoid process to show where the autopsy measurements placed the back wound. It is clearly on the back, on the same level as the throat wound. As I am 6'4 to Kennedy's 6'0 moreover, it suggests the wound was BELOW the throat wound. Just as the HSCA pathology panel said. Even so, Bugliosi and his faithful continue to claim the left lateral autopsy photo PROVES the back wound was above the throat wound, and the measurements be damned! This is looneytunes! They readily admit this photo does not even show the back wound, but insist that they, not unlike Carson's Karnak the Magnificent, can readily tell the locations of wounds, even in photos where the wounds are not visible!

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Man redons coat. McKnight and Wecht attempt to move coat up so the hole reaches C6.

The bunching issue is discussed with the best available photograph used by advocates of that theory.

JFK wore a tucked in custom made dress shirt.

The hole in the dress shirt is 4" below the bottom of the shirt collar

and the hole in the jacket is 4 & 1/8" below the jacket collar.

The jacket was elevated 1/8" vis a vis the shirt.

In order to get both of those bullet holes to align with C7 the shirt and

the jacket had to be elevated in tandem about 3 inches.

Neat trick for a custom-made dress shirt -- which only requires a fraction

of an inch of slack.

Neat trick for the jacket -- which the Dealey Plaza films and photos show

dropping in Dealey.

You can't get a dress shirt and jacket to move the same.

You can't get 3 inches of a jacket to elevate entirely above C7 at

the base of the neck without pushing up on the jacket collar at the

base of the neck.

JFK's jacket collar was in a normal position at the base of his neck

on Elm St.

"Bunch Theory" is a scam perpetrated by frauds.

Not even Bugliosi could bring himself to defend this nonsense.

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