JFK ASSASSINATION ARGUMENTS
ANTHONY MARSH SAID:
>>> "Some SBT is possible, but so far no one has created one which works." <<<
DAVID VON PEIN SAID:
You, Tony Marsh, wouldn't believe the Single-Bullet Theory were true even if Bullet CE399 could be physically seen in mid-air on Zapruder's film going through each victim.
And can you provide the odds of a separate bullet going into John B. Connally's back in a NOT HEAD-ON manner and hitting JBC in just about the spot where he would have been by the SBT missile?
DNA numbers here, I would surmise (in favor of: Virtually Impossible) -- esp. when considering WHERE JOHN CONNALLY WAS SITTING, i.e., right in front of the OTHER man who was hit in the back with a bullet that Friday in November.
Common sense ALONE almost proves the SBT. And the OTHER stuff on top of the common sense cinches the SBT deal.
I wonder why more people can't (or refuse to) see that?
>>> "CBS did its best to NOT investigate the case. Only to rubberstamp the Warren Commission." <<<
Talk is cheap.
QUOTING WALTER CRONKITE IN 1967:
"If all three shots hit, then one of them would have had to pass through the President's neck, emerge at 1,800 feet per second, headed on a downward path toward the midst of the Presidential car and the six people in it, and vanish in mid-air, hitting nothing, and leaving no mark. Well, this was more than the [Warren] Commission could stomach. Despite its own words, the Single-Bullet Theory IS essential to its findings. ....
"Our own view on the evidence is that it is difficult to believe the Single-Bullet Theory. But, to believe the other theories is even MORE difficult. If the Governor's wounds were caused by a separate bullet, then we must believe that a bullet passed through the President's neck, emerged at high velocity on a course that was taking it directly into the middle of the automobile, and then vanished without a trace.
"Or, we can complicate matters even further--as some do--by adding a second assassin, who fires almost simultaneously with Oswald and whose bullet travels miraculously a trajectory identical with Oswald's and that second assassin, too, vanishes without a trace.
"Difficult to believe as the Single-Bullet Theory may be, it seems to be the LEAST difficult of all those that are available.
"In the end, like the Commission, we are persuaded that a single bullet wounded both President Kennedy and Governor Connally."
CRONKITE SUMS UP:
"Did Oswald own a rifle? .... He did.
"Did Oswald take a rifle to the Book Depository Building? .... He did.
"Where was Oswald when the shots were fired? .... In the building, on the sixth floor.
"Was Oswald's rifle fired from the building? .... It was.
"How many shots were fired? .... Three.
"How fast could Oswald's rifle be fired? .... Fast enough.
"What was the time span of the shots? .... Seven or eight seconds.
"Did Lee Harvey Oswald shoot President Kennedy? .... CBS News concludes that he did."
MORE TEXT HIGHLIGHTS FROM CBS-TV's 1967 SPECIAL
David Von Pein
LINK TO ORIGINAL POST (OCTOBER 24, 2007)
Posted By: David Von Pein