Death Deception, (The Framing of Lee Harvey Oswald), Part VI.
By S.r. “Dusty” Rohde
© November, 2016
*AUTHOR’S NOTE: In this Article, I want to address some of the Assassination myths with greater emphasis. I will also take a look at the number of shots fired that can actually be accounted for through the evidence and there are some surprises found there.
The first area I would like to show you is related to the fraudulent “entry” wound that was misrepresented by J.J. Humes. In Article II of this series is an image with JFK’s jacket overlain on JFK’s body. This image demonstrated the true entry wound to JFK’s back. If I take the same jacket, and same image of JFK and apply the hole in the jacket over Humes alleged “entry” wound, watch what happens (See Below).
What you can see in the previous image is that if I position the jacket bullet hole over J.J. Humes alleged “entry” wound, the collar of the jacket is very close to the bottom of JFK’s ears.This is what gave rise to the Assassination fairy tale commonly referred to as “The Bunched Jacket”, which was a necessary ruse to give plausibility to J.J. Humes fraudulent wound representation. This “bunched jacket” didn’t happen, as the true entry wound matches the lowest wound on JFK’s back as shown previously. (See below)
Okay, the “bunched jacket” myth is toast; let’s examine the evidence related to the “Single Bullet Theory”, the “Pristine” and or “Magic” bullet and John Connally. Most people are already aware that Arlen Specter was the creator of the Single Bullet Theory or as I prefer, the Single Bullshit Theory.
If the bullet hitting JFK’s back fragmented into five pieces (as noted in previous articles), there would be no “Pristine” bullet to exit JFK and hit John Connally. (See next image).
Obviously, none of these five individual fragments could be considered a “Pristine” bullet. Thus, if the bullet striking JFK in the back fragmented into five pieces the “Pristine” bullet doesn’t exist.
Then let’s imagine someone might want to claim that one of these fragments hit John Connally (to continue the SBT hoax). If in fact the bullet to the back fragmented in five pieces, there would be a problem with this new theory. (See next image).
The red line represents a bullet fragment trajectory from the true back wound of JFK and exiting the neck. Here again, it is very obvious, that at this trajectory, it would be impossible for this fragment to have hit John Connally, (who’s seat was approximately 6 inches lower than JFK’s). Also make note, that this fragment would not have punctured the lung, as this trajectory is well above the lung. In this instance, the SBT is toast as no fragment of this bullet would have hit Connally, end of story.
Now, there is a very strong case for a frontal shot to JFK’s throat which I won’t get into too deeply at the moment. I will simply point out that a frontal bullet to JFK also could not possibly hit John Connally. (See next image)
This bullet trajectory indicated by the red arrow (previous image) obviously wouldn’t hit Connally as he was seated in front of JFK and this bullet is going in the opposite direction, so… no “Pristine” bullet, no SBT. Note however, that this bullet would be slightly farther above the lung than the previous fragment trajectory and in the general direction of the bullet fragments in JFK’s back.
In Richard Lipsey’s testimony, he suggested that maybe the bullet hitting the back of the head, entered the “strip” and exited JFK’s neck. This didn’t happen, but just for the sake of argument I’ll demonstrate. The “strip” that Lipsey is referring to is shown again in this image (See below).
Now take a look at the following image showing the possible trajectory (See next image).
Any bullet entering the back of JFK’s head at this extreme angle (in the “strip”), and exiting the neck could in no way hit John Connally. I placed the bullet trajectory at the lowest point in the area of the “strip” to show the minimum degree of angle. Raising the trajectory to the highest point would only increase the angle of trajectory. This bullet would have likely hit JFK in one of his legs or at the very least the limo. There is zero evidence to support this assertion.
There was no “Pristine” bullet, no “Magic” bullet and no truthfulness in the Single Bullet Theory. John F. Kennedy and John Connally were hit by two distinctively separate bullets. Yet, even though this is easily proven, disinfo assets and assassination shills love to drag this up time after time. So let me clarify this in John Connally’s and Nellie Connally’s own words. All of the quotes from this point are taken from the November 25th, 1966 issue of Life Magazine. The article is based upon Connally’s thorough examination of multiple Zapruder film frames and related observations.
First Quote: “Experts have proved that the murder weapon could not be fired any faster than once every 2.3 seconds”
Second Quote: “The governor identified certain frames as ones during which he believed he had been hit. The moment he selected was at most 1.3 seconds after the earliest moment when Kennedy, according to the Commission (WC), could have been hit”.
Third Quote: “Experts have proved that the murder weapon could not be fired any faster than once every 2.3 seconds, …Oswald could not have had time to fire at both Kennedy and Connally. There would have to be a second assassin”.
John Connally stated emphatically the remainder of his life that he was not hit by the bullet that hit JFK.
Mrs. Connally expressed the experience with even more clarity. “I heard…a frightening noise, and it came from the right…I turned over my right shoulder…and saw the President as he had both hands to his neck…He made no utterance, no cry. Then, very soon, there was the second shot that hit John.
John Connally goes on to explain “I had turned to the right (upon hearing the shot) when the limousine was behind the sign (Stemmons). Now I’m turning back again (to the left). I know I made that turn to the left before I was hit”.
“My recollection of that time gap, the distinct separation between the shot that hit the President and the impact of the one that hit me, is as clear today as it was then”…John Connally.
Once again, two separate and distinct bullets, which matches existing evidence. In the Connally’s closing words, I submit the following. John Connally, “They talk about the ‘one bullet or two-bullet theory’, he continued, as far as I’m concerned, there is no ‘theory’. There is my absolute knowledge and Nellie’s too, that one bullet caused the President’s first wound, and that an entirely separate shot struck me”. Nellie Connally, “No one will ever convince me otherwise”. Meaning again, no “SBT”.
While I’m on the subject of John Connally’s wound, I want to share Warren Exhibit CE689 which displays the approximate bullet trajectory that hit John Connally. (See next image).
There is little doubt that the bullet that struck John Conally from behind did in fact originate from the sixth floor of the TSBD, due to the verifiable trajectory.
At this point, I think it would be as good a time as any to count how many shots were fired. I’m going to start in reverse order.
- The frontal head shot to JFK, origins…South Knoll.
- The shot to the back of JFK’s head, origins…Dal-Tex Building.
- The shot to John Connally’s back, origins…Texas School Book Depository.
- The shot to JFK’s back, origins, … the Dal-Tex building.
We are already at four shots fired, meaning more than three, meaning more than one shooter. So far, only one shot is fairly certain to have come from the TSBD. This presents an interesting problem. There were three empty shell casings in the TSBD; so far only one shell is accounted for. Two more shots from the TSBD would bring the total number of shots to six. If you insisted that a shot “missed” per the WC report, this would make 7 shots. Add another shot from the Grassy Knoll, and its 8 shots, a frontal throat shot would make it 9 shots, and this is beginning to sound a bit ridiculous! Obviously, at least to me, something isn’t right about this number of shots. In past posts by individuals in the JFK research community forums, I’ve seen people claim there were 9 shots, 10 shots, a dozen shots. When I saw these posts, I’d think to myself “idiot’s”…and ignored the posts. If these high numbers of shot’s didn’t happen (and I’m sure they didn’t) what’s really going on?
For the last three or four years, the circumstances related to the 3 shell casing have bothered me. I tried to ignore this, but every time I’d see the images of the shell casings on the sixth floor of the TSBD the nagging thought that “something isn’t right” popped right back up. Every time I’d see that image, I’d find myself staring at it in frustration. The reason for the frustration in part was that two of the shell casings were fairly close together, near the sniper’s window, and one was a lot farther away. My thoughts were telling me, the location of the 3 shells shouldn’t really be this far apart. (See next image)
I mean, if you use the same type of ammo, in the same rifle, fire the three shots and eject the shells in the same manner, I would expect them all to be fairly close together, at least closer together than what is shown in the previous photo, something like what is shown in the following images (See below).
About six months ago, the thought occurred to me that for 53 years, everyone has always assumed three live rounds were fired from these shell casings. The reality is we have no actual 100 % valid proof of this. The only people who really knew were the shooter and possibly one or two accomplices. A lot of people have asked me do I think silencers were used; the answer is a “No”. There is no evidence at all to support this claim.
Okay, back to counting the number of shots fired. I’ve said before and I’ll say it again “perception” is the key to everything. That said; let’s reflect on the information in all of the articles posted to date.
There are four shots identified with their origins accounted for (1-4). Two shell casings within the blue circle (next image) are still unaccounted for from the TSBD. Four shots plus two shots would “seem” to be six shots, would it not? But all is not as it appears.
Shots “3” and “4” were combined under the SBT hoax. Under this pretense, two shots became one, which was assigned as coming from the TSBD. This single bullet was alleged to hit both Kennedy and Connally, let’s say this one (See next image).
By combining shots “3” and “4’ the total number of shots has now dropped to three shots.
1.The frontal head shot to JFK, origins…South Knoll.
2.The shot to the back of JFK’s head, origins…Dal-Tex Building.
3.“C” and “D” combined by SBT to become one shot, origins TSBD.
Now I’m going to remind you, we weren’t supposed to know about the bullet with the low trajectory coming from the Dal-Tex building. “They” went to great lengths to move the actual back of head entry point, not once but twice, in the WC hearings and HSCA hearings. This shot from the Dal-Tex building was assigned as originating from the TSBD. This process then accounts for one of the two unaccounted for TSBD shells, which gives us the following.
1. The frontal head shot to JFK, origins…South Knoll.
2.The shot to the back of JFK’s head, origins…TSBD.
3. “3” and “4” combined by SBT to become one shot, origins TSBD.
As shown in the list above, we now have two shells from the TSBD accounted for, one more to go.
Next, we weren’t supposed to know about the frontal head shot. Once again, “they” went to a lot of bother to present a false X-ray and altered autopsy image to make this shot “disappear”. This shot then becomes the “missed shot”, once again assigned to the TSBD. Hence, the second unaccounted for shell is accounted for. In changing this final shot, what is accomplished? Voila, the three shot, lone assassin, Oswald did it frame up is complete. All unaccounted TSBD shells accounted for.
- The “missed shot”, origins…TSBD.
- The shot to the back of JFK’s head, origins…TSBD.
- “3” and “4” combined by SBT to become one shot, origins TSBD.
Has the light come on yet? There was one live round fired and ejected from the Mannlicher-Carcano. This round was fired out of necessity, to provide an identifiable trajectory from the TSBD. The two remaining “unaccounted” for rounds were never fired, they had no live rounds, and they weren’t blanks and were never ejected from the rifle. These two shells were simply empty shell casings placed at the scene. This is why the two shells are so far from the single shell casing that actually was fired and ejected, two empty shell casings planted, one live round fired and ejected, (See next image).
So, how many shots were there? There are four identifiable shots that impacted people inside the limo, go by the first list of shots provided in this article, “1 through 4”.
If anyone really wants to insist that a shot “missed” per the Warren Commission’s claims, that of course would add another shot fired, meaning 5 shots, (Pssst, the “missed” shot didn’t happen). Back to 4 shots fired.
Then there is the alleged shot from the “Grassy Knoll”. Other than witness testimonies, there is very little evidence to confirm this shot happened. The only other evidence is the photos of law enforcement officials searching the grass across the street from the Grassy Knoll. Some people claim to have seen one of these men pick up a .45 caliber bullet and put it in their pocket and walk off. Did it happen? I have no idea. I don’t speak much of this allegation because there is nothing I could add to it that witnesses haven’t already done. I can neither confirm nor deny this shot happened. But, if the shot did happen this would again be a total of five shots. There is a good possibility this shot happened, even if the shot fired was a blank, as so many witnesses responded to thinking the shooter was behind the grassy knoll, as seen in the Nix film and others.
Last but not least, there is also a very strong possibility that a frontal shot happened, this also could raise the number of shots to 5.
If both of these last two shots happened, including them would bring the total number of shots fired to six. So in the final analysis, there was definitely four shots fired, a probable 5 shots fired, and a possible six shots fired in total.
In summary, the “bunched jacket” is a lie, the Single Bullet Theory is a lie, no “Pristine” bullet ever touched JFK, no “magic” bullet defying physics and no single shot hitting JFK and John Connally and NO three shots fired from the TSBD.
AUTHOR’S NOTE: Nope, not done yet, more to come.