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PaddyBlueEyes Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Nov-24-08 12:38 AM
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323. SB
I believe that Oswald was involved. My question is, why didnt Oswald take the shots at two different locations that provided him a better sightline/shorter distance. President Kennedy's limo is moving at a slow rate of speed directly at the depository, yet Oswald doesnt shoot. The limo makes a slow, sharp left turn onto Elm coming to almost a complete stop directly under the snipers nest, why not shoot then? Why wait until the limo picks up speed and is traveling away from the shooter? Also, one thing from Stone's movie that still haunts me. The scene on the airplane with Huey Long, "The first shot is always the most accurate" The man is shooting at the President of the US, not the guy down the street and his last shot is the most accurate? "That dog dont hunt"
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