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  1. 2 days ago · Then of course the film taken bystander Abraham Zapruder-also not taken into consideration by the Commission-revealed unmistakably JFK was struck from the front with his head thrown backwards ...

  2. Dec 03, 2021 · The Warren Commission found that there was only one shooter, Lee Harvey Oswald and that he shot Kennedy from behind. Stone uses the Super 8 film shot by a bystander, Abraham Zapruder to show clearly that Kennedy was shot from the front. The vision of Kennedy’s head exploding from the bullet is terrible to see.

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    • Number and Sequence of The Shots
    • Location of Back Wound
    • Importance of Bullet Entry Level to Theory
    • Theorized Path of The Bullet ce399
    • Discovery Channel's Reenactment of Bullet CE 399's Path
    • ABC's The Kennedy Assassination: Beyond Conspiracy
    • Neutron Activation Analysis of Bullet Fragments
    • Criticisms of The Single-Bullet Theory
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    The first preliminary report on the assassination, issued by the FBI on December 9, 1963, said: "Three shots rang out. Two bullets struck President Kennedy, and one wounded Governor Connally." After the report was written, the FBI received the official autopsy report which indicated that the bullet that struck the president in the back had exited through his throat. The FBI had written their report partly based on an initial autopsy report written by their agents which reflected the early presumption that that bullet had only penetrated several inches into the president's back and had likely fallen out. The FBI concluded, therefore, that the governor had been struck by a separate bullet. The Warren Commission commenced study of the Zapruder film, the only known film to capture the entire assassination sequence, on January 27, 1964. By then, the FBI had determined that the running speed of Abraham Zapruder's camera was 18.3 frames per second, and that the Mannlicher–Carcano rifle fou...

    Within minutes after the shots rang out in Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, Texas, at 12:30 p.m. on November 22, 1963, sources began reporting that three shots had been fired at the President's motorcade. At 12:34 p.m., approximately four minutes after the shots were fired, the first wire storyflashed around the world: This report had been transmitted by United Press International (UPI) reporter Merriman Smithfrom a radio telephone located in the front seat of the press car in the Presidential motorcade, six cars behind the President's limousine. Smith's communication with the Dallas UPI office was made less than a minute after the shots were heard, as his car entered the Stemmons freeway en route to Dallas' Parkland Hospital. Merriman Smith's dispatch was the first of many reports. There were dozens of journalists riding in the motorcade in three open press cars and a press bus, none of whom reported hearing a number of shots other than three. Photographers Robert Jackson and Tom D...

    President Kennedy's death certificate places the bullet wound to Kennedy's back at about the third thoracic vertebra. The death certificate was signed by Dr. George Burkley, the President's personal physician. As interpreted by the House Select Committee on Assassinations Forensic Pathology Panel, the autopsy photos and autopsy X-rays show a bullet hole at the first thoracic vertebra.[citation needed] The bullet hole in the shirt worn by Kennedy and the bullet hole in the suit jacket worn by Kennedy both show bullet holes between 5 and 6 inches (13 and 15 cm) below the top of Kennedy's collar. These do not necessarily correspond with bullet wounds, since Kennedy was struck with his arm raised in the air, and multiple photos taken of the President during the motorcade show that his jacket was bunched in the rear below his collar. In addition, on February 19, 2007, the film shot by George Jefferies was released. This 8 mm film, which was taken approximately 90 seconds before the shoot...

    The importance of how low or high the bullet struck the President in the back is a matter of possible geometry. The Sibert/O'Neill FBI autopsy report original made by two FBI agents (Special Agents James W. Sibert and Francis X. O'Neill) present at the autopsy preserves genuine confusion amongst medical doctors present during the autopsy, caused by apparent lack of an exit wound, which was cleared up later in the official report after new and more complete information became available (the exit had been hidden by a tracheotomy incision). This report does note that the doctor (Commander Humes) at the time said that he was unable to locate an "outlet" for the wound in Kennedy's shoulder(not his back). At the time of the autopsy, toward the end of the procedure, initial probing of the shoulder wound suggested the bullet entered the base of Kennedy's neck at a 45 to 60 degree angle.[citation needed] At least two shell casings were found near the windows at the southeast corner side of t...

    The following description assumes that bullet CE 399 hit high, at the sixth cervical vertebra rather than the third thoracic vertebra: The 6.5 millimeter, 161 grain, round nose military style full metal jacket bullet, which was manufactured by the Western Cartridge Company and later stored nearly whole in the U.S. National Archives, was first theorized by the Warren Commission to have: 1. ballistically arced very slightly while traveling 189 ft (58 m) in a downward net angle of 19 degrees (allowing for the 3 degrees downward slope of Elm Street), after an initial supersonic rifle exitmuzzle velocity of 1,850 to 2,000 feet per second (2,030 to 2,190 km/h; 560 to 610 m/s), then entered President Kennedy's rear suit coat at about 1,700 feet per second (1,900 km/h; 520 m/s), 2. impacted, then entered President Kennedy 2 inches (51 mm) to the right of his spine, creating a wound documented size of 4 millimeters by 7 millimeters in the rear of his upper back with a red-brown to black area...

    In 2004, the Discovery Channel aired an episode of Unsolved History titled JFK — Beyond the Magic Bullet.Their re-enactment of the assassination using current forensics and materials found that a single bullet almost exactly duplicated the path of travel specified in the single bullet theory.

    In 1993 computer animator Dale Myers embarked on a 10-year project to completely render the events of November 22 in 3D computer animation. His results were shown as part of ABC's documentary The Kennedy Assassination: Beyond Conspiracy in 2003, and won an Emmyaward. To render his animation, Myers took photographs, home footage, blueprints and plans, and attempted to use them to create an accurate computer reenactment of the assassination. His work was assessed by Z-Axiswho have been involved in producing computer generated animations of events, processes and concepts for major litigations in the United States and Europe. Their assessment concluded that Myers' animation allowed the assassination sequence to be viewed "from any point of view with absolute geometric integrity" and that they "believe that the thoroughness and detail incorporated into his work is well beyond that required to present a fair and accurate depiction." Myers' animation found that the bullet wounds were consi...

    Original bullet lead analysis by Vincent Guinn

    Warren Commission documents released after the publication of its report revealed that the FBI had arranged for bullet CE 399 and the various fragments found in the car and in Governor Connally's wounds to be examined using neutron activation analysis(NAA). NAA is a precise, non-destructive method of determining the relative concentrations of trace elements in a sample of matter. The data from the tests performed for the FBI were inconclusive as to the origins of the fragments. In 1978 the HS...

    Conclusions about the single-bullet theory from the NAA analysis

    Whether the NAA data can be used to actually exclude the possibility that there were fragments from more than two bullets in the wounds and the car has been the subject of controversy. Ken Rahn of the University of Rhode Island, a chemist and meteorologist who has a long-standing interest in the Kennedy Assassination, maintains that the NAA data excludes a "three bullet hit" and proves the SBT actually occurred. His analysis was published in 2004 co-authored with Larry Sturdivan, a Warren Com...

    Forensic use of compositional bullet lead analysis

    The technique used by Guinn to analyse the bullet lead from the JFK assassination was a form of what has become known as Compositional Bullet Lead Analysis (CBLA). Until 2004 the FBI used this technique to determine whether a crime scene bullet lead sample came from a particular box of ammunition or a particular batch of bullets. Guinn claimed that with the JFK bullet fragments, the technique could be used to identify the exact bullet the fragments came from. However, the validity of CBLA was...

    Critics of the single-bullet theory state that it is not possible that a single bullet could cause the number of wounds it did and still remain nearly intact.Some critics state that discrediting the theory would suggest the involvement of two shooters.

    The single-bullet theory was used as a basis for the Seinfeld episode "The Boyfriend", where characters Kramer and Newman talk about once being spit at, with a single ball of spit striking them mul...

  3. Nov 29, 2021 · These stills are from the famous Abraham Zapruder home movie that documented the fateful moment of the JFK assassination.

  4. Dec 01, 2021 · Abraham Bolden - Wikipediahttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abraham_Bolden Abraham Zapruder (May 15, 1905 – August 30, 1970) was a Ukrainian-born American clothing manufacturer who witnessed the assassination of United States President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas, on November 22,

  5. Nov 30, 2021 · Dec 8, 2021 abe zapruder had no idea when he took his 8-millimeter camera down to dealey plaza on november 22, 1963 that he would record president . The film shows president kennedy and his motorcade in dealey plaza in downtown dallas as shots is the zapruder film the only film of the assassination?.

  6. Nov 30, 2021 · During Kennedy's car ride, Abraham Zapruder took out his 8mm camera and began filming. Was he the only one to capture the assassination on film?

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