Pat Speer Posted April 23, 2005 Share Posted April 23, 2005 OK guys, get prepared to get pissed off, but after having read Kenneth Rahn's site about the neutron activation analysis, and concluding he was Rahng, I found myself convinced on one point that he made with the help of Larry Sturdivan, and that's that the Tague fragment most likely came from the missing lead of the bullet hitting Kennedy in the head at 313. The trajectory to the cut in the curb by Tague back to Kennedy at 313 passes right between the trajectory of the nose and tail of the bullet onto the front windshield from Kennedy, and is only a few inches higher. Sturdivan did the math and showed that the distance traveled was consistant with the drop expected of an exiting fragment. We should remember that the curb cut revealed only lead, and no copper, indicating that whatever made the cut was unjacketed and probably a fragment. Of course, this means the fatal head shot came from the TSBD, which some people refuse to accept, despite the numerous witnesses and the ballistic evidence. That doesn't mean a shot wasn't fired from elsewhere. As stated earlier on this thread, I believe the neck shot came from the Dal-Tex. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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