John Hunt Posted January 14, 2006 Share Posted January 14, 2006 The Mystery of the 7:30 Bullet by John Hunt Introduction In 2004 I petitioned the National Archives and Records Administration for access to most of the Kennedy assassination artifacts related to the conveyance of evidence to the FBI Laboratory. After a lengthy struggle, and literally hours before I was due to set off for the National Archives (NARA), I won an important battle. Steven Tilley, then Director of the JFK Collection, finally granted most of my requests. I, a non-scientist, would be allowed access to the historic artifacts because NARA deemed my proposed examination to be, to use their term, "unique" in the history of the JFK case. For reasons beyond the scope of this essay, I was literally stunned by NARA's unexpected last-minute acquiescence. I was also elated. With a wide smile I slipped the two magnifying glasses I would use in tandem into my already-packed luggage. 1- I traveled to NARA for my fifth extended stay and so it came to pass that on July 30, 2004, I conducted an examination that had never before been performed in the JFK case; I attempted to track the JFK ballistic evidence through time via its chain of custody as marked on the evidence itself. What I found startled me. Read the rest here: http://www.jfklancer.com/hunt/mystery.html Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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