THE SINGLE-BULLET THEORY IN ACTION


The following toggling Zapruder Film clip of frames #225 and #226
speaks volumes (in favor of one bullet having struck both President
Kennedy and Governor Connally just an instant earlier):



The right arms of both victims are moving upward simultaneously --
with JFK moving his arms upward toward the pain point in his throat;
and Connally's right hand/arm involuntarily moving upward after his
right wrist has just been smashed by Oswald's Bullet #399.

Question -- If what we're seeing there in Z225-Z226 ISN'T two men
"reacting" to a single bullet hitting them both at the same time....then
what IS causing the SIMULTANEOUS MOVEMENT OF THE RIGHT ARMS
OF BOTH VICTIMS IN THE LIMOUSINE BETWEEN Z225 AND Z226?

In addition to the Z225-Z226 visual evidence on the Zapruder Film
which favors the likelihood of the Single-Bullet Theory being correct,
there's also this excellent digital toggling two-frame Z-Film clip
(linked below) that shows what I believe is the precise moment of
impact of Bullet CE399 striking Governor John Connally (at Z224).

At Z224, Connally's right shoulder is pushed slightly forward and
downward by (IMO) the bullet from Lee Harvey Oswald's Mannlicher-
Carcano rifle impacting JBC's upper-right back.

This Z223-Z224 zoomed-in toggling clip also shows, of course, the
large lapel/coat movement of Governor Connally's suit jacket at
exactly the same time the bullet is passing through JBC's body (Z224):





















Like it or not, Abraham Zapruder's home movie (plus lots of other
evidence) shows the Single-Bullet Theory to be true. Now, and forever.

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"Several factors make it clear that Kennedy and Connally WERE struck
by the same bullet. There's absolutely no evidence of the existence of
any separate bullet hitting Connally." -- Vincent Bugliosi; "On Trial:
Lee Harvey Oswald" (c.1986)

http://groups.google.com/group/alt.conspiracy.jfk/msg/9ccd8645d5da3d91

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"The overwhelming evidence is that whenever Kennedy and Connally were
hit, or first reacted to being hit, they were both struck by the same
bullet." -- Vincent Bugliosi; Page 482 of "Reclaiming History: The
Assassination Of President John F. Kennedy" (c.2007)

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"When you can establish the single-bullet theory by reference to
evidence other than the {Zapruder} film, you necessarily know that the
film itself cannot, by definition, show something else. .... Since we
KNOW Kennedy and Connally were not hit by separate bullets, we know,
before we even look at the film, that it CANNOT show otherwise." --
Vincent Bugliosi; Pages 457-458 of "Reclaiming History"

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"In the final analysis, even if one were forced to rely only on the
Zapruder film, we have seen that from the film alone, there is strong
evidence of three, and ONLY three shots, fired during the
assassination. This is completely consistent with all the physical
evidence in the case, and flies in the face of over four decades of
allegations made by conspiracy theorists that the film contains
conclusive "proof" of two or more assassins." -- Vincent Bugliosi;
Page 489 of "Reclaiming History"

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"With respect to the second shot fired in Dealey Plaza, the "single-
bullet THEORY" is an obvious misnomer. Though in its incipient stages
it was but a theory, the indisputable evidence is that it is now a
proven FACT, a wholly supported conclusion. .... And no sensible mind
that is also informed can plausibly make the case that the bullet that
struck President Kennedy in the upper right part of his back did not
go on to hit Governor Connally." -- Vincent Bugliosi; Pages 489-490 of
"Reclaiming History"

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David Von Pein
July 2007

LINK TO ORIGINAL POST (JULY 2, 2007)