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3 hours ago, Sean Coleman said:

Great info Don, as insightful, educational and colourful as ever!

Read your Rosemary Willis item too, they tie in together quite well - two 10 year old girls helping solving the JFKA? Whatever next….

Toni Glover JFK assassination

JFK assassination: Questions that won't go away

By Owen Amos BBC News, Washington DC

25    ctober 2017

Toni got to the Dealey Plaza early and found a "perfect" spot to watch the president's parade.  "He came by, he smiled and waved," she says. "Jackie smiled and waved - she was on my side. "He turned the corner.  I thought, 'I'm going to follow this car until it disappears because it's the president - I'm going to watch every second I can.'  And then his head exploded.  It just exploded. "She told her mother that someone had thrown fireworks into the car. "But really, I knew different," she adds.Now, 54 years later, Dr Toni Glover is an associate professor at the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania.

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Girl  in  Blue  remembers  JFK assassination

The Citizens’ Voice By David Singleton (Staff Writer) / Published: November 22, 2013

Now an associate professor of English at the University of Scranton, Toni Glover, Ph.D., still struggles with the raw horror of what she witnessed.

"It was not an assassination. It was not a fatal shot," Glover, 61, said in an interview at her Hill Section home. "It was a gory, gruesome murder that we all stood there and watched."

"I went there with this magical thinking that just a wave and a smile would change my life forever, and he did indeed look up and smile and wave and it took my breath away ⦠I was just floating on air. I was in the ether somewhere, and I had tunnel vision on the car.

"So I just kept watching the car as it went down the street and his head exploded."

Fatal gunshot

As a native Texan, Glover said she knows what a gunshot sounds like.

She is certain she heard two in Dealey Plaza. She can't be sure about a third.

After Kennedy's limo passed her perch and turned left onto Elm in front of the book depository, Glover said there was a noise people in the crowd acknowledged by turning their heads. It was a bang, she said, but it could have been a motorcycle or car backfiring.

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As 50th Anniversary Of JFK Assassination Approaches, Local Witness Reflects

November 20, 2013 at 6:26 pm

Filed Under:CBS 3, Dallas, JFK Assassination, Local Witness, Pat Ciarrocchi, Toni Glover, TX

“It was perfect.

“They looked up. I was way up in the air, screaming and yelling. You couldn’t miss me. And smiled and waved,” Glover said.

I was just so thrilled. and then, he turned the corner, and his head exploded.

Graphic, yes.

And seared.

“The image of him waving and the image of him dying are burned of course,” she said.”

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On 1/2/2022 at 3:16 PM, John Butler said:

I have been listening to this and it is very, very interesting.  Glad to hear Bart Kamp say the figures in Dilliard are pasted into the photo.  I Always thought that.  I will finnish later after a few brief comments.  Howard Brennan's position in front of the TSBD is an issue of non-importance.  He simply could have turned slightly to keep up with the motorcade.  

I have a problem with finding Amos Euins in Dealey Plaza before and during the JFKA.  The two best sources are Dorman and Zapruder.  After the JFKA there are many photos of Amos.

I don't see Amos in these two films.  He has been identified here as:

amos-euins-not-in-Bell.jpg

This is a Bell frame I believe.  If you have a hard time seeing the white arrow, I put a large red arrow to identify the person.  That person is not Amos Euins.  Euins had a jacket, and dark trousers or blue jeans on that day.  Person pointed to by the arrows did not have a jacket on that day.  He has a pink shirt and light colored trousers.  You can see these light trousers through the retaining wall. 

This can be seen in Dorman and Zapruder with this individual is standing in the same place.  Notice in the above Bell frame that the person in pink is standing near a lady with a blue raincoat.  You can see the same thing in Dorman and Zapruder below.  He is a white teenager rather than a black teenager.

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Nowhere in Dorman or Zapruder can I find a 15 year-old black teenager.  He is not in Bell either.  I can't find him in Hughes either.  Where is he?

Amos Euins is not a credible witness based on whether the shooter was a bald white guy or bald black quy.  I believe his step-father or father said you can't believe anything that boy says.  Where is he in Dealey Plaza at the time of the JFKA?

 

Euins is in the Darnell film where he said he was.

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