Ray Mitcham Posted September 26, 2018 Share Posted September 26, 2018 (edited) 11 hours ago, Cliff Varnell said: This is the Willis 5 photo (Z202). Phil Willis stated that he took this picture while startled by a shot. SS SA Glenn Bennett is on the far right, seated facing to the right. He wasn't looking at Kennedy at the time of the first shot. And yet he accurately described the location of the back wound in contemporaneous notes; "four inches down from the right shoulder". The back shot couldn't have been the first shot unless you assert that Bennett made it all up and had a lucky guess on the back wound location. Gratuitous witness bashing in my book. Bennett admitted in his statement that he wasn't looking at the President when he heard the first "fire cracker" like shot. “At this point, I heard a noise that immediately reminded me of a fire cracker. Immediately on hearing the supposed fire cracker, looked at the boss's car. At the exact time I saw a shot that hit the boss about 4 inches down from the right shoulder.a second shot followed almost immediately and hit the right rear high of the boss's head” This could be construed as him seeing the second shot hitting JFK in the back, or that he saw the result of the first shot on JFK's shoulder, and then the second shot hitting the President in the head. Edited September 26, 2018 by Ray Mitcham Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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