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Andyjunction Donating Member (167 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Nov-20-03 11:45 PM
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95. not at all correct
Edited on Thu Nov-20-03 11:46 PM by Andyjunction
The hole in Kennedy's jacket and shirt are consistent with his clothes being bunched up behind him. This is perfectly natural and can clearly be seen in dozens and dozens of photos from just before the killing.

The front of the shirt and tie showed a hole. It was the exit wound. If you're right and I'm wrong then Kennedy had two bullets still inside his body instead of one passing through him completely. You're wrong on this.

The spray of blood and brain matter from Kennedy's head are far more indicative of the bullet's path then is the subsequent reaction of Kennedy's body. But, if you watch the Zapruder film, it clearly shows the head pitching forward at the instant the shot comes. It then moves back and to the left but not as a direct result of the impact.

A shot from the grassy knoll would have caused Kennedy's head to explode on the other side, behind Jackie's head. The big explosion is where the bullet exits, not where it enters.
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