JFK
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The Army wound ballistics experts
fired some comparison bullets.

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Not one of them looked anything like this.
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Take a look at CE-856.
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An identical bullet...
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...fired through the wrist
of a human cadaver...

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...just one of the bones smashed
by the magic bullet.

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Seven wounds, gentlemen.
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Tough skin...
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...dense bones.
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This single-bullet explanation...
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...is the foundation of the Warren
Commission's claim of one assassin.

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And once you conclude...
:56:37
...the magic bullet couldn't create
all seven wounds...

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...you must conclude there was
a fourth shot and a second rifleman.

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And if there was a second rifleman...
:56:48
...then by definition there had
to be a conspiracy...

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...which we believe
involves the accused, Clay Shaw.

:56:56
Fifty-one witnesses thought
they heard shots from the grassy knoll...

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...which is to the right,
in front of the President.

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Key witnesses that day?
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Charles Brehm, a combat vet.
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Jean Hill and Mary Moorman.
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S. M. Holland, Richard Dodd,
James Simmons...

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...standing on the overpass. J.C. Price...
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...overlooking the plaza.
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William Newman, father of two children.
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He hit the deck on the north side of Elm.
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Abraham Zapruder.
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Each of these key witnesses
has no doubt whatsoever...

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...one or more shots came
from behind the picket fence.

:57:53
Twenty-six trained medical personnel
at Parkland Hospital...

:57:56
...saw the back of the Presiden¬Ěs head
blasted out!


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