Thomas H. Purvis Posted July 28, 2005 Share Posted July 28, 2005 (edited) Most are of course aware of the somewhat confusion of Mr. Abraham Zapruder when reviewing frames of his film and testifying before the WC. And, if one fully examines this testimony, they leave with the impression that Mr. Zapruder was under the mistaken opinion that the road sign between his position and JFK did not fully block from view JFK's reaction to the first shot. On 3/16/64, the autopsy surgeons appeared before the WC to testify. No doubt, the news media was gathered for this event. Too bad some of them were not hanging around Dealy Plaza on this day, as Mr. Robert West was contacted by SS Agent John Joe Howlett and informed that more information was needed in regards to certain aspects of Dealy Plaza. This information request centered ONLY on data as reference the Dealy Plaza signs. Mr. West was directed to physically measure the signs, to include the exact diameter of the posts which held the signs. In addition, the height of the sign as well as placement location of the sign posts in relationship to the concrete curb of Elm St. was also requested. Edited July 28, 2005 by Thomas H. Purvis Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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