Jump to content
The Education Forum

Muchmore and Nix Films


Shanet Clark
 Share

Recommended Posts

MEMBERS OF ED FORUM

DO You think the Muchmore and Nix films are suspicious in that they cut to a similar moment from a similar angle?

Muchmore is very similar to Nix for a few frames, but in those few frames I see a very slow braking to a halt.

Al Currier gave a figure of Five MPH and Don Roberdeau holds at ten MPH.

I see that a Heavy Limousine will coast down that DP grade at 15-20, or more in cold weather.

The Muchmore and Nix films show a halting, braking sequence to cap an ambush of triangulated volleys.

Am I correct to say the Nix film shows the headshot as a white flash at the back of JFK's head?

Is the consensus that a front to back shot that killed john kennedy captured in these films?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Shanet Clark Posted Today, 02:13 AM

  MEMBERS OF ED FORUM

DO You think the Muchmore and Nix films are suspicious in that they cut to a similar moment from a similar angle?

Muchmore is very similar to Nix for a few frames, but in those few frames I see a very slow braking to a halt.

Al Currier gave a figure of Five MPH and Don Roberdeau holds at ten MPH.

I see that a Heavy Limousine will coast down that DP grade at 15-20, or more in cold weather.

The Muchmore and Nix films show a halting, braking sequence to cap an ambush of triangulated volleys.

Am I correct to say the Nix film shows the headshot as a white flash at the back of JFK's head?

Is the consensus that a front to back shot that killed john kennedy captured in these films?

Shanet, in my opinion your final sentence notes the key evidence, available from these films.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Is the consensus that a front to back shot that killed john kennedy captured in these films?

I believe these films are authentic but that they fail to demonstrate that the shot came from in front of the President. I must acknowledge, however, that I am in the minority on this one.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Please sign in to comment

You will be able to leave a comment after signing in



Sign In Now
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...