Friday, November 22, 2013

The Kennedy Coup

Lew Rockwell site posted a video "showing JFK's Secret Service protection being waved away from his car, and the perplexed reaction of at least one Special Agent."

A correspondent writes in,

"Definitive. Another compelling image shows Lyndon Johnson's car, behind Kennedy's in the parade, with Johnson nowhere to be seen. He was on the floor of the car, hiding from the gunfire he expected.

The view from Oswalds's supposed sniper's nest is very interesting, too. It shows that Oswald could have shot Kennedy repeatedly as his car approaached the Book Depository. But instead Oswald is supposed to have held his fire until Kennedy's car made a slow left turn onto the street in front of the Depository, after which Oswald is supposed to have fired through foliage at the car departing to the right.

But, since the actual shooters were on the grassy knoll, out of sight of Oswald's best killing zone, Oswald has to be supposed to have fired through the foliage at a partially obscured target."

2 comments:

Taylor Conant said...

"If they could/would kill a US president..."

Complete the sentence exercise.

CP said...

Richard Nixon apparently said that he knew Ruby to be one of "LBJ's boys".