The JFK Assassination made simple
Oswald TheoryTheory: Oswald fired the fatal bullet
from the Book Depository.
There is no temple wound
according to Oswald theorists.
On November 22, 1963 in Dealey Plaza,
Wikipedia shows the bullet exit above
The purple exit area (temple) would result from a bullet angle too wide to originate from the Texas School Book Depository Building. This is why Oswald theorists claim there is no temple wound.
The blue exit area is the only possible bullet exit from the angle originating from the book depository, and only if Kennedy's head is turned towards Jackie enough to over-compenstate for the left-of-center bullet angle from the Texas School Book Depository Building.
Temple Wound TheoryTheory: Impossible for bullet to
have originated from Book Depository.
There is a temple wound.
The Zapruder video shows a wound (exit or entrance)
President Kennedy Shot Dead;
Lyndon B. Johnson Is Sworn In
New York Times, November 23, 1963, Page A1
New York Times, December 16, 1963
Doctor testimonies were changed months later by the Warren Commission to fit the angle required for the Oswald theory.
The Warren Commission included ex-CIA director Allen Dulles, who was fired by Kennedy. While CIA director, Allen created the "Operation 40" (see wikipedia of Operation 40) assassination team using Frank Sturgis and Howard Hunt (later "plumbers" in Watergate). Both were found on the scene dressed as the "tramps." Victor Marchetti, former assistant to the CIA director, claimed these men were involved in the assasination in his August 1978 article published in Spotlight. See media photo of tramps at Dealey Plaza.
When researching the JFK assassination, |
FIRST CHECK To Make sure the researcher
has NOT MOVED UP the wounds in order to correct
the impossible angle from the Book Depository.
"Respected" research, such as
John McAdams (http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/home.htm),
the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza (www.jfk.org),
the Discovery Channel's "Tech Puts JFK Conspiracy Theories to Rest",
or "JFK: Inside the Target Car",
and Wikipedia (http://wikipedia.org/wiki/JFK_assassination),
Have based their whole theory on arbitrarily moving up the wound locations.
The following sources confirm no temple wound and Oswald as the source of the bullet:
1) faith in government
|Oswald denied involvement and then was killed by the mobster Jack Ruby. In an interview on the History Channel, Jack claimed, the truth will never be known "Because, unfortunately, these people, who have so much to gain and have such an ulterior motive to PUT me in the position I'm in will never let the TRUE facts come aboveboard to the world." Interviewer: "Are these people in very high positions, Jack?" Ruby: "Yes." Jack Ruby, originally Jack Leon Rubenstein, had been an informant for the FBI. (See Document) Jack Ruby had bragged to an IRS informant about the assassination before JFK was shot. (See Document) Dallas Police officer J. D. Tippit, allegedly shot by Oswald while fleeing, was actually associated with Jack Ruby and Tippit previously met Oswald. (See Document)|
|Ruth Paine stored Oswald's alleged rifle in her garage (but claimed she didn't know it was there), and got Oswald a job at the Book Depository just 5 weeks before Kennedy passed. Jim Garrison, District Attorney of Orleans Parish in Louisiana, suggested that Ruth Paine's father, William Avery Hyde, had been working at U.S. AID as cover for the CIA. Ruth's husband, Michael Paine, worked at Bell-Textron Helicopters, a defense contractor who helped provide equipment for the Iran-Contra affair. Ruth Paine was later found in Nicaragua helping the CIA's Contras. (4 MB PDF) On the History Channel documentary, "The Men Who Killed Kennedy", all Oswald's family and friends claimed Lee Harvey Oswald was incapable of committing the murder of JFK except for Ruth Paine.|
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