Secret Service Agent Roy Kellerman Stuffs His Ear as Greer Shoots JFK





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Published on Jul 4, 2012

When I made this video, I didn't realize that Greer had actually fired a shot while Kellerman's hand was up to his left ear, so he probably put his finger in his ear and did not insert an earplug.

Greer's right hand is on the steering wheel, but the left hand holds a gun.

Some have said the Greer's left hand was on the steering wheel the whole time. It seems that way because frames have been removed and blurred, but if you look at his hands in the earplug sequence, you can see that the right hand is on the bottom of the wheel, but the left is too far back, and its grip has a different orientation than if it had been on the wheel. And there's a dark splotch on top of the grip, and it casts a shadow down the hand. That is the gun, and he blew out Kennedy's brains with it.

The involvement of the Secret Service is very ominous because this is a CIA operation. It is Rip Robertson who signals Kellerman and Greer at Main and Houston. It would be easier to restrict the conspiracy to the CIA anti-Castro network if Kellerman and Greer were not involved, but the Secret Service wasn't involved with the Bay of Pigs. How can they be taking cues from the CIA? It only makes sense if there is a common authority over both the CIA and the Secret Service, and that can only be Lyndon Johnson.


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