(PART 784)


Secret Service agent Roy Kellerman said he heard a "flurry of SHELLS" coming "into the car". That "flurry" was most certainly CE567 and CE569 striking the limousine's interior.

The reason I'm so sure of this is -- IT MAKES SO MUCH SENSE (based on the evidence that POSITIVELY EXISTS in the case, vs. evidence that only exists in the minds of conspiracy theorists who are desperate to increase the number of shots fired in Dealey Plaza to a number above 3).


That's utter nonsense.


It's not nonsense at all, Robert. In fact, as I pointed out, it's the one single explanation that makes THE MOST SENSE when taking into account the totality of all the evidence in this case.


1.) Lee Oswald fired 3 shots from his Sniper's Nest in the Book Depository.

2.) 90%+ of the earwitnesses heard 3 shots or fewer.

3.) 3 spent bullet shells were found in the TSBD's Sniper's Nest.

4.) Oswald was the only shooter seen on November 22 (which is remarkable if the Oliver Stone-like theory of THREE gunmen is supposed to be believed, with one of those shooters standing practically right out in the open on the Grassy Knoll).

5.) Every single bullet or bullet fragment that was discovered and placed into evidence following the assassination was either positively linked to Oswald's Mannlicher-Carcano rifle or was consistent with having come from that gun (which would have been the miracle of the ages if bullets from a variety of weapons had struck the two victims in the limousine).

In short -- The sum total of evidence indicates that Lee Harvey Oswald was the only person firing any bullets at the President's car in Dealey Plaza on November the 22nd, 1963.*

* A conspiracy theorist's desire for a conspiracy notwithstanding, of course.

David Von Pein
December 6, 2009