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From U.S. News and World Report's Washington Whispers

Tampering With the Zapruder Film?

The legions of conspiracy theorists will be buzzing anew this week when a group of assassination pros call for a broader probe into the Nov. 22, 1963, slaying of President John F. Kennedy. Among the new concerns to be documented in a presentation near the White House Monday: possible hanky-panky with the famous Zapruder film--maybe to disguise another shooter--and suggestions that a second brain was used in an autopsy coverup.

Sounds zany, but the players appear legit. Leading the charge is Paul Kuntzler, president of the government transcription contractor Miller Reporting. He thinks the public's trust in Uncle Sam was punctured by the Warren Commission review and believes a new probe will restore it--especially since new info is available. Among those questioning the old evidence: Thomas Lipscomb, founder of Times Books, who was up for a Pulitzer for unveiling discrepancies in Sen. John Kerry's swift-boat record. He looked for continuity flaws in Zapruder by comparing the movie with photos taken at Dallas's Dealey Plaza. One discrepancy: Two women at the slaying site are shown wearing white sneakers when they actually wore black shoes. He's got the Polaroids to prove it. Lipscomb's stuff is so compelling that Fox and ABC are negotiating to buy it. He has no conspiracy theory but thinks the evidence was flawed and needs validation.
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