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I like to share this few frames i extracted from JFK the movie.

This few frames showing Rosemary Willis running and following the presidential limousine on Elm street.

Amos Euins sitting on a white concrete structure clapping his hands.

rmwstableoriginal1.gif

It needs maybe a minute or two to load this GIF cause it's almost 10 Mb huge.

This also an attempt to divert from the latest discussions back to the JFK research.

I hope thats OK.

Thank you

Martin

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I like to share this few frames i extracted from JFK the movie.

This few frames showing Rosemary Willis running and following the presidential limousine on Elm street.

Amos Euins sitting on a white concrete structure clapping his hands.

rmwstableoriginal1.gif

It needs maybe a minute or two to load this GIF cause it's almost 10 Mb huge.

This also an attempt to divert from the latest discussions back to the JFK research.

I hope thats OK.

Thank you

Martin

Any discussion that highlights Rosemary Willis is more than OK.

She's the most important witness in the case, imo.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=2394

http://www.history-matters.com/archive/jfk...Vol12_0006a.htm

Who shot JFK in the throat?

Black Dog Man. How do we know? Because Rosemary Willis describes him as

a "conspicuous" person who managed to "disappear the next instant" right after

JFK was shot in the throat; and because according to the HSCA's analysis of

the Willis 5 photo there was a "very distinct straight-line feature" near the region

of BDM's hands.

How can anyone put an innocent spin on that?

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http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=2394

http://www.history-matters.com/archive/jfk...Vol12_0006a.htm

Who shot JFK in the throat?

Black Dog Man. How do we know? Because Rosemary Willis describes him as

a "conspicuous" person who managed to "disappear the next instant" right after

JFK was shot in the throat; and because according to the HSCA's analysis of

the Willis 5 photo there was a "very distinct straight-line feature" near the region

of BDM's hands.

How can anyone put an innocent spin on that?

Excellent take Cliff.

Rosemary made one of the most important witness report before the HSCA.

Martin

Edited by Martin Hinrichs
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http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=2394

http://www.history-matters.com/archive/jfk...Vol12_0006a.htm

Who shot JFK in the throat?

Black Dog Man. How do we know? Because Rosemary Willis describes him as

a "conspicuous" person who managed to "disappear the next instant" right after

JFK was shot in the throat; and because according to the HSCA's analysis of

the Willis 5 photo there was a "very distinct straight-line feature" near the region

of BDM's hands.

How can anyone put an innocent spin on that?

Excellent take Cliff.

Rosemary made on of the most important witness report before the HSCA.

Martin

Along with her dad Phil Willis and her sister Linda, Rosemary answers

a lot of questions.

From the HSCA report:

Ms. Willis...gave no information on the direction or location of the shots, but stated

that her father became upset when the policemen in the area appeared to run away

from where he thought the shots came from; that is, they were running away from

the grassy knoll.

Many have tried to spin this statement into something innocent. Like Wikipedia:

Rosemary was also documented in the HSCA report that her father, military veteran Phillip Willis, became upset when the Dallas policemen, sheriffs, and detectives --who first quickly ran onto the grassy knoll where he thought the shots came from-- then the authorities ran away from the grassy knoll.

What nonsense! Since when does a good Texan like Phil Willis get upset when

the sheriff's posse rides out after the bad guys?

Seems to me Rosemary Willis wanted to tell the world that guys dressed like

cops shot Kennedy.

Edited by Cliff Varnell
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