Cliff Varnell Posted February 6, 2013 Share Posted February 6, 2013 How do you resolve this discrepancy? I don't. And I couldn't care less about it. You cared enough to put the Lowe photo into evidence. You claimed that it showed the same kind of fold JFK had in his clothing the moment he was shot in the back. Now you admit that you can't resolve the discrepancy between what you claim and what the Weaver photo shows. You've also admitted that the jacket collar dropped on Houston St. It's physically impossible for the bullet holes in the clothes to have been associated with the throat wound. You've signed off on all the relevant facts, David, to logically conclude that it was physically impossible for the bullet holes in the clothes to have been associated with the throat wound. The raw, basic facts regarding the bullet that struck President Kennedy in the upper back are the things that debunk your theory about the clothing: 1.) One bullet hole in JFK's shirt. 2.) One bullet hole in JFK's suit coat. 3.) One bullet hole in JFK's back. Which means (regardless of WHERE the holes are in the clothing): The one bullet which made the holes in the shirt and coat also had to make the one bullet in JFK's upper back. But the SBT trajectory doesn't work with a wound in the upper back. You need a wound in the back of the neck for the SBT to work. This third-grade math seems to continually elude Mr. Varnell. We can only guess as to why. Excuse me? How does the fact that there was a bullet hole in the shirt, the jacket and JFK's back equal a wound in the back of the neck? Please explain. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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