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Z. frame # 393


Ed O'Hagan
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That's JFK on the floor of the limousine following the head shot. Sam Holland stated that's precisely what he saw. But who can afford to accept that he was absolutely correct.? Even if Sam had sworn to it on a stack of bibles, he would have been told that he had been seeing things, since the Zapruder film showed he was completely mistaken. Additionally, Sam could not have been correct since many there are who know for certain that the head shot was fired from the GK , and therefore it would have been impossible for JFK to have been thrown forward by the impact of the bullet...... On and on it would go, and indeed it has, but in the end what it comes down to is that if Sam Holland was correct, then the vast majority of JFK assassination thinking has been well and truly not alone pointless, but unfortunately also well- off- the- mark to boot.

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Another beautiful job of capturing an image Ed ... the clarity ... the detail ... simply amazing! By the way ... what is it???

you do understand the term *research* correct? And, you know FULL well what that image is. In case you haven't got the message, there are some on this board and many other places that don't believe the alleged in-camera Zapruder film fully demonstrates what happend on Elm Street that day...

May the Lone Nuts conceed gracefully, that includes you!

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Another beautiful job of capturing an image Ed ... the clarity ... the detail ... simply amazing! By the way ... what is it???

you do understand the term *research* correct? And, you know FULL well what that image is. In case you haven't got the message, there are some on this board and many other places that don't believe the alleged in-camera Zapruder film fully demonstrates what happend on Elm Street that day...

May the Lone Nuts conceed gracefully, that includes you!

393 is a great frame for having a look at that two tone (blue and white?) 1956 Chevrolet Bel Aire passing through Dealey, going the other direction. Same car as parked in Walker's driveway a few months before?

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Another beautiful job of capturing an image Ed ... the clarity ... the detail ... simply amazing! By the way ... what is it???

you do understand the term *research* correct? And, you know FULL well what that image is. In case you haven't got the message, there are some on this board and many other places that don't believe the alleged in-camera Zapruder film fully demonstrates what happend on Elm Street that day...

May the Lone Nuts conceed gracefully, that includes you!

393 is a great frame for having a look at that two tone (blue and white?) 1956 Chevrolet Bel Aire passing through Dealey, going the other direction. Same car as parked in Walker's driveway a few months before?

Except!

To an extremely high degree of certainty, the automobile in the Z-film is a 1955 Chevrolet "Bel Aire", and to an absolute certainty, the Chevrolet parked at the Walker home (of which photographic evidence exists) is a 1957 Chevrolet .

http://www.chooseyouritem.com/classics/fil...000/127307.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/57_Chevy

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