Mike Williams Posted March 2, 2011 Share Posted March 2, 2011 Viewing the extant Z-film, it doesn't seem that Kennedy is hit at 190 or even at 225, when he just emerges from behind the Stemmons sign (real or altered). It looks more like both Kennedys were spooked by a near-miss at 190 (perhaps another behind the sign?) and are reacting at 225, just before the obvious throat wound at 226. What would we expect the reaction of a seated man shot below the right shoulder to be, taking into account that he is an official on parade, concerned with holding himself erect and being reserved in his reactions? Can we compare the expected reaction to the frames where JFK is visible between 190-225? One thing I can tell you. When you are getting shot at, you really dont give a damn about being reserved. If you believe the film is a fake, why waste time on it? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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