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Good Day.... What "Lady Bird" JOHNSON remembered hearing during the attack....

"It sounded like a shot. The sound seemed to me to come from a building

on the right above my shoulder.

A moment passed, and then two more shots rang out in rapid succession."

("A White House Diary" by "Lady Bird" JOHNSON, 1970)

Don Roberdeau

U.S.S. John F. Kennedy, CV-67, "Big John" Plank Walker

Sooner, or later, the Truth emerges Clearly

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"How did it happen they ("they"?!!) hit Connally?"

- LBJ, despite the multitude of "lone nut" statements the previous 7 days, during a 29NOV63 phone conversation with his longtime friend, longtime neighbor, & soon-to-be-appointed-by-LBJ-"for-life" F.B.I. Director, JOHN EDGAR "Edna" HOOVER

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Good Day.... What "Lady Bird" JOHNSON remembered hearing during the attack....

"It sounded like a shot. The sound seemed to me to come from a building

on the right above my shoulder.

A moment passed, and then two more shots rang out in rapid succession."

("A White House Diary" by "Lady Bird" JOHNSON, 1970)

The Posners and Posnerites all miss this, Don. Posner's theory holds that there was a missed shot, a single bullet theory shot three and a half seconds later, a five second delay, and then the head shot at 313. They ignore that this is in direct disagreement with over two-thirds of the witnesses, who said the last two shots were right on top of each other. I guess ignorance is bliss.

Posner and his faithful also miss that the majority of witnesses along Elm, who heard three shots, also said that the first shot came when the limo was adjacent to the Thornton Freeway sign, 30 feet or more past the limo's location at 160, where Posner claimed the first shot rang out. For this reason, I believe the first shot came around Zapruder frame 190, when Kennedy's arm movements indicate he was probably first hit. Thus, there was no first shot miss.

The earwitnesses are a neglected area of research. I've written a lot about them on an upcoming update of my seminar.

Edited by Pat Speer
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