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May 29, 2011

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Joseph

I still believe that the angle in the diagram is wrong Frank. Never forget that Dr. Robert Roeder Shaw, Professor of thoracic surgery at the University of Texas Medical School who was Connally's surgeon that day used a medical caliper to measure the angle of the Govenor's back wound. He computed it as 25 degrees downward from the horizontal. Since JFk's wound was 21 degrees it lead him to conclude, "I think it's hard to say the first bullet hit both of these men almost simultaneously." He instead believed that the shot was fired from the opposite side of the building, the southwestern side not the southeastern "Oswald window." This is confirmed by the Warren Commission testimony of Arnold Rowland who stated that he saw a man in that very window with a rifle similar to a 30.06 with a large scope, nothing like a Mannlicher-Carcano. Rowland was a hunter with excellent eyesight. Robert J. Groden. a photographic expert obtained a previously cropped photo of the Tom Dillard press car photograph taken of the sixth floor seconds after the shooting. An enhancement does show a man in that southwestern window. How strange that this man has never come forward even if only to prove the WC Oswald lone-gunman conclusion. I don't believe that any diagram will disprove the testimony of actual witnesses and medical personnel present that terrible day in Dalls.

George

"He computed it as 25 degrees downward from the horizontal. Since JFk's wound was 21 degrees it lead him to conclude, 'I think it's hard to say the first bullet hit both of these men almost simultaneously.'"

I think that's a B.S. conclusion as it assumes JFK and Connally were sitting at the exact same angle and that the bullet was not deflected as it passed through JFK.

I would say that the data do not support such a conclusion. Nice try but I don't buy it for one second.

Samantha

"He computed it as 25 degrees downward from the horizontal. Since JFk's wound was 21 degrees it lead him to conclude, 'I think it's hard to say the first bullet hit both of these men almost simultaneously.'"-Exactly said.

Kinno Malty

Great work of Kennedy’s limousine Diagram Keep it up

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