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Published on Aug 16, 2006
http://BrainMind.com Kennedy Assassination: Up Close & Personal. At least two shooters, firing from two directions. Kennedy is struck from behind, leans forward and to the left. A second shot hits him from the right front, the bullet striking and destroying the upper portion of his skull. Blood sprays to the left and behind--a spray pattern that cannot be due to the still very slow movement of the car. Kennedy falls back from the force of the blow, and then to his left. Even Expert marksmen were unable to duplicate this crime in the time allowed, even when shooting at a stationary target. Oswald was not a good shot, as determined by military records when he was in the service. Examining physicians, in Dallas, determined that the exit wound, from the head shot, was at the back of the head. The entry point for the throat shot was at the back of the neck. Conclusion: At least two shooters. And, check out the umbrella that opens just as Kennedy's car approaches. A signal? by Rhawn Joseph, Ph.D.