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claviger
2018-07-04 01:47:38 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italians
designed the perfect projectile in compliance. It was called the
"humanitarian bullet". The Italian Army should be commended for developing
this projectile in ethical conformity with the ethics of humane warfare.

The AR-15 .223/5.56mm was designed to punch several small holes in an
enemy soldier at high velocity in bursts to immediately disable the enemy
soldier. Extreme velocity made these smaller bullets tumble when hitting
human targets which often caused devastating wounds with an explosive
effect. These bullets are considered unstable and some critics want them
designated as frangible bullets therefore prohibited by NATO members for
military use under the Hague Convention agreements. The USA was not a
signatory but pressure groups are demanding these bullets be replaced by
more stable projectiles. The US Army is now considering a .26 cal/ 6.5mm
bullet to replace the current M16 ammunition.

New rifle, bigger bullets: Inside the Army's plan to ditch the M4 and 5.56
https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2017/05/07/new-rifle-bigger
-bullets-inside-the-army-s-plan-to-ditch-the-m4-and-5-56/
claviger
2018-07-05 23:11:27 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
The AR-15 .223/5.56mm was designed to punch several small holes in an
enemy soldier at high velocity in bursts to immediately disable the enemy
soldier. Extreme velocity made these smaller bullets tumble when hitting
human targets which often caused devastating wounds with an explosive
effect. These bullets are considered unstable and some critics want them
designated as frangible bullets therefore prohibited by NATO members for
military use under the Hague Convention agreements. The USA was not a
signatory but pressure groups are demanding these bullets be replaced by
more stable projectiles. The US Army is now considering a .26 cal/ 6.5mm
bullet to replace the current M16 ammunition.
New rifle, bigger bullets: Inside the Army's plan to ditch the M4 and 5.56
https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2017/05/07/new-rifle-bigger
-bullets-inside-the-army-s-plan-to-ditch-the-m4-and-5-56/
The Carcano used a long parallel round nose bullet that resisted tumbling
in soft tissue and pine boards, thus acting as a virtual drill bit. The
AR15/M16 bullets lacked the aerodynamic design factors of weight and
length ratio to maintain longitudinal stability when passing through the
human body, having a tendency to tumble or fragment especially when making
impact with bone. This erratic tendency caused devastating wounds and
condemnation of the AR15 and M16 weapons that evolved from it. Some severe
critics denounced the M16 as basically a frangible bullet. The US Army
has now taken steps to correct this situation as a continuing NATO ally.
mainframetech
2018-07-07 12:57:02 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
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The AR-15 .223/5.56mm was designed to punch several small holes in an
enemy soldier at high velocity in bursts to immediately disable the enemy
soldier. Extreme velocity made these smaller bullets tumble when hitting
human targets which often caused devastating wounds with an explosive
effect. These bullets are considered unstable and some critics want them
designated as frangible bullets therefore prohibited by NATO members for
military use under the Hague Convention agreements. The USA was not a
signatory but pressure groups are demanding these bullets be replaced by
more stable projectiles. The US Army is now considering a .26 cal/ 6.5mm
bullet to replace the current M16 ammunition.
New rifle, bigger bullets: Inside the Army's plan to ditch the M4 and 5.56
https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2017/05/07/new-rifle-bigger
-bullets-inside-the-army-s-plan-to-ditch-the-m4-and-5-56/
The Carcano used a long parallel round nose bullet that resisted tumbling
in soft tissue and pine boards, thus acting as a virtual drill bit. The
AR15/M16 bullets lacked the aerodynamic design factors of weight and
length ratio to maintain longitudinal stability when passing through the
human body, having a tendency to tumble or fragment especially when making
impact with bone. This erratic tendency caused devastating wounds and
condemnation of the AR15 and M16 weapons that evolved from it. Some severe
critics denounced the M16 as basically a frangible bullet. The US Army
has now taken steps to correct this situation as a continuing NATO ally.
Anthony Marsh
2018-07-08 12:52:28 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
How rude! You are not allowed to ask a member of the cover-up a question
which would destroy the cover-up.

Can YOU see any pieces of the copper jacket left in the brain? There were
dozens of tiny dustlike lead fragments left in the brain. Show me a test
shot of an Oswald bullet that does that. Please. Anyone, any planet.
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The AR-15 .223/5.56mm was designed to punch several small holes in an
enemy soldier at high velocity in bursts to immediately disable the enemy
soldier. Extreme velocity made these smaller bullets tumble when hitting
human targets which often caused devastating wounds with an explosive
effect. These bullets are considered unstable and some critics want them
designated as frangible bullets therefore prohibited by NATO members for
military use under the Hague Convention agreements. The USA was not a
signatory but pressure groups are demanding these bullets be replaced by
more stable projectiles. The US Army is now considering a .26 cal/ 6.5mm
bullet to replace the current M16 ammunition.
New rifle, bigger bullets: Inside the Army's plan to ditch the M4 and 5.56
https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2017/05/07/new-rifle-bigger
-bullets-inside-the-army-s-plan-to-ditch-the-m4-and-5-56/
The Carcano used a long parallel round nose bullet that resisted tumbling
in soft tissue and pine boards, thus acting as a virtual drill bit. The
AR15/M16 bullets lacked the aerodynamic design factors of weight and
length ratio to maintain longitudinal stability when passing through the
human body, having a tendency to tumble or fragment especially when making
impact with bone. This erratic tendency caused devastating wounds and
condemnation of the AR15 and M16 weapons that evolved from it. Some severe
critics denounced the M16 as basically a frangible bullet. The US Army
has now taken steps to correct this situation as a continuing NATO ally.
claviger
2018-07-08 12:52:59 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
That would be a logical question by any ballistician.
mainframetech
2018-07-09 14:34:29 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
That would be a logical question by any ballistician.
And the logical answer would be that it was more likely a lead bullet
and was fired from a different gun that the MC rifle proving conspiracy.

Chris
claviger
2018-07-10 14:13:21 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
That would be a logical question by any ballistician.
And the logical answer would be that it was more likely a lead bullet
was fired from a different gun that the MC rifle proving conspiracy.
Chris
It would be more logical but not definitive proof of conspiracy. Since
the long picket fence was unguarded any number of deranged people could
have walked up there and fired a shot at the President for any number of
grievances. The reason why it is shocking the USSS, FBI, DPD, DCSD, US
Marshalls, et al, did not have at least one security guard up there
whether asked for or not, plus the fact it was a good place to see the
parade go by.
Anthony Marsh
2018-07-12 02:05:01 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
That would be a logical question by any ballistician.
And the logical answer would be that it was more likely a lead bullet
was fired from a different gun that the MC rifle proving conspiracy.
Chris
It would be more logical but not definitive proof of conspiracy. Since
the long picket fence was unguarded any number of deranged people could
100? 1,000?
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have walked up there and fired a shot at the President for any number of
grievances. The reason why it is shocking the USSS, FBI, DPD, DCSD, US
Sure, and some guy could have been cleaning his gun for hunting season and
it went off accidentally. You WC defenders will go to any length to avoid
admitting conspiracy. Like the dissenters on the HSCA. Shots from two
different directions is just coincidence?
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Marshalls, et al, did not have at least one security guard up there
whether asked for or not, plus the fact it was a good place to see the
parade go by.
Why did you leave the 112th Military Group out of your straw man
argument? What about the aliens? You're just not trying hard enough.
mainframetech
2018-07-12 02:47:31 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
That would be a logical question by any ballistician.
And the logical answer would be that it was more likely a lead bullet
was fired from a different gun that the MC rifle proving conspiracy.
Chris
It would be more logical but not definitive proof of conspiracy. Since
the long picket fence was unguarded any number of deranged people could
have walked up there and fired a shot at the President for any number of
grievances. The reason why it is shocking the USSS, FBI, DPD, DCSD, US
Marshalls, et al, did not have at least one security guard up there
whether asked for or not, plus the fact it was a good place to see the
parade go by.
Thank you. You've described some of the many possibilities for
multiple murderers. The odds are far more happy with the 2 people being
in cahoots than otherwise.

Chris
bigdog
2018-07-13 00:48:22 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
That would be a logical question by any ballistician.
And the logical answer would be that it was more likely a lead bullet
was fired from a different gun that the MC rifle proving conspiracy.
Chris
It would be more logical but not definitive proof of conspiracy. Since
the long picket fence was unguarded any number of deranged people could
have walked up there and fired a shot at the President for any number of
grievances. The reason why it is shocking the USSS, FBI, DPD, DCSD, US
Marshalls, et al, did not have at least one security guard up there
whether asked for or not, plus the fact it was a good place to see the
parade go by.
Easy to say in hindsight. Nobody knew there would be a shooting in Dealey
Plaza. There were countless places along the parade route where a sniper
could fire a shot from? Why would they think the area behind the GK needed
a guard any more than any of those other places. Nobody had unlimited
manpower. Resources were deployed where it was believed they would do the
most good. For example they had a cop on the overpass. They couldn't
possibly have guarded against every contingency.
claviger
2018-07-13 18:38:56 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
That would be a logical question by any ballistician.
And the logical answer would be that it was more likely a lead bullet
was fired from a different gun that the MC rifle proving conspiracy.
Chris
It would be more logical but not definitive proof of conspiracy. Since
the long picket fence was unguarded any number of deranged people could
have walked up there and fired a shot at the President for any number of
grievances. The reason why it is shocking the USSS, FBI, DPD, DCSD, US
Marshalls, et al, did not have at least one security guard up there
whether asked for or not, plus the fact it was a good place to see the
parade go by.
Easy to say in hindsight. Nobody knew there would be a shooting in Dealey
Plaza. There were countless places along the parade route where a sniper
could fire a shot from? Why would they think the area behind the GK needed
a guard any more than any of those other places. Nobody had unlimited
manpower. Resources were deployed where it was believed they would do the
most good. For example they had a cop on the overpass. They couldn't
possibly have guarded against every contingency.
It was the most obvious place for an easy shot on the entire route
and in the very heart of Dallas. The Sheriff department was one
block away with Deputies just standing around watching the
motorcade turn the corner. Just asking for one Deputy to
amble on down the plaza and stand in front of the fence
if nothing else so a drunk doesn't show up and take a
shot with his .22 cal bolt action rifle.
bigdog
2018-07-14 03:45:43 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
That would be a logical question by any ballistician.
And the logical answer would be that it was more likely a lead bullet
was fired from a different gun that the MC rifle proving conspiracy.
Chris
It would be more logical but not definitive proof of conspiracy. Since
the long picket fence was unguarded any number of deranged people could
have walked up there and fired a shot at the President for any number of
grievances. The reason why it is shocking the USSS, FBI, DPD, DCSD, US
Marshalls, et al, did not have at least one security guard up there
whether asked for or not, plus the fact it was a good place to see the
parade go by.
Easy to say in hindsight. Nobody knew there would be a shooting in Dealey
Plaza. There were countless places along the parade route where a sniper
could fire a shot from? Why would they think the area behind the GK needed
a guard any more than any of those other places. Nobody had unlimited
manpower. Resources were deployed where it was believed they would do the
most good. For example they had a cop on the overpass. They couldn't
possibly have guarded against every contingency.
It was the most obvious place for an easy shot on the entire route
and in the very heart of Dallas. The Sheriff department was one
block away with Deputies just standing around watching the
motorcade turn the corner. Just asking for one Deputy to
amble on down the plaza and stand in front of the fence
if nothing else so a drunk doesn't show up and take a
shot with his .22 cal bolt action rifle.
I would dispute that. About ten years ago I drove the route from Love
Field to DP as best as current traffic patterns would allow. There were
any number of possible ambush sites along the route every bit as inviting
as in DP. There's no way anyone could anticipate where a shooting was
going to take place and no reason to believe one location deserved special
attention over all the others.
claviger
2018-07-14 23:52:53 UTC
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It was the most obvious place for an easy shot on the entire route
and in the very heart of Dallas. The Sheriff department was one
block away with Deputies just standing around watching the
motorcade turn the corner. Just asking for one Deputy to
amble on down the plaza and stand in front of the fence
if nothing else so a drunk doesn't show up and take a
shot with his .22 cal bolt action rifle.
I would dispute that. About ten years ago I drove the route from Love
Field to DP as best as current traffic patterns would allow. There were
any number of possible ambush sites along the route every bit as inviting
as in DP. There's no way anyone could anticipate where a shooting was
going to take place and no reason to believe one location deserved special
attention over all the others.
What the SSA try to avoid when planning a parade route is sharp turns
causing the Limousine to slow down. Do you remember how many 90º
turns like that on your drive from Love Field? There were two 90º turns
in Dealey Plaza and the second was even worse where the Limousine
went too wide and almost hit the curb, as one witnesses described it.
What the SSA didn't like was the heavy Limousine was slow to recover
and get back up to speed. For that reason the passengers were more
vulnerable in Dealey Plaza than any other part of the parade route.

The question is did LHO take his first shot as the Limousine was trying
to regain Parade speed? You have done a good job analyzing why that
shot was an awkward angle. After that shot the Limousine was up to
normal speed of about 12 mph going down Elm Street when two more
shots were fired. One could argue the slow wide acute angle turn from
Houston St actually saved the President and the other two shots on the
part of the street going downhill is where the damage was done.

The Limousine safely negotiated the two 90º turns considered the most
dangerous part on the parade route with no injury to passengers from a
gunshot. What happened next would have been the same even had the
the Limousine come straight down Elm St all the way with no turns. You
have asked the question had the Motorcade gone straight down Main St
to avoid the two sharp turns in Dealey Plaza how much difference would
it make? That is a good question.

After giving that some thought you're correct from distance perspective
not all that much. The angles would be different and the motorcade can
pass by at somewhat higher speed 15-20 mph, but still in a danger zone
of the rifle used in the ambush. That angle would have put the First Lady
more at risk.

The part I will never understand is all the negative publicity that preceded
this trip about City of Dallas being a dangerous environment for a parade
through the crowded downtown area in an open Limousine, why the SSA
did not seem all that worried about it. Some people advised against this
trip to Dallas based on a previous incident that got national press where
Adlai Stevenson was whacked on the head by a lady with a placard and
later someone took a rifle shot at a local politician.

That sobering incident should elevate the safety strategy by all those in
charge of planning this upcoming parade but I see no efforts of a higher
level of security, just business as usual. The sad part it would have been
so easy to spread more resources around Dealey Plaza.

Local authorities were put off by the attitude of SSA and FBI not taking
their advice, but some of that was due to instructions by the President
and his desire to not be surrounded by motorcycles. Instead of being
perturbed, there were a few simple things the local authorities can do
on their own from "an abundance of caution".

Four buildings overlooked Dealey Plaza. (1) The County Jail, then the
(2) County Records Building. Unlikely buildings, one is full of Deputies
and prisoners. The CRB claimed no open windows during the Parade.

The next 2 Buildings were problematic. (3) The Dal-Tex was a perfect
position for a shot down Elm St heading west. (4 ) The TSBD provided
multiple positions to fire at an oncoming parade vehicle and of course
a vehicle moving west toward the Triple Underpass.

Buildings (3) and (4) needed the most attention as a possible security
risk. Two DPD or DCSD officers positioned on the fire escape on the
east side of the TSBD, one high one low, could easily keep the Dal-Tex
under surveillance.

That leaves the front side and west side of the TSBD. Six floors six
DPD/DCSD would be a good idea out of an abundance of caution.
Four more security officers, one in front of the North Pergola and
one behind, and two more behind the Picket fence.

Only a dozen volunteers could have secured Dealey Plaza from a
sniper attack. There were 7 departments to request support: DPD,
DCSD, DPS, FBI, ATF, Federal Marshalls, and local US Military Intel.
Retired Peace Officers could volunteer, all licensed to carry permit.

Volunteer observers would be the VFW and Eagle Scouts. This could
have been a marvelous opportunity as a community effort and great
PR for the City of Dallas who went all out to protect the President of
the USA on his visit to Texas.

Anthony Marsh
2018-07-14 03:50:02 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
That would be a logical question by any ballistician.
And the logical answer would be that it was more likely a lead bullet
was fired from a different gun that the MC rifle proving conspiracy.
Chris
It would be more logical but not definitive proof of conspiracy. Since
the long picket fence was unguarded any number of deranged people could
have walked up there and fired a shot at the President for any number of
grievances. The reason why it is shocking the USSS, FBI, DPD, DCSD, US
Marshalls, et al, did not have at least one security guard up there
whether asked for or not, plus the fact it was a good place to see the
parade go by.
Easy to say in hindsight. Nobody knew there would be a shooting in Dealey
Plaza. There were countless places along the parade route where a sniper
could fire a shot from? Why would they think the area behind the GK needed
a guard any more than any of those other places. Nobody had unlimited
manpower. Resources were deployed where it was believed they would do the
most good. For example they had a cop on the overpass. They couldn't
possibly have guarded against every contingency.
It was the most obvious place for an easy shot on the entire route
The triple overpass was the best location which is why the DPD placed 2
policemen there. Even better would be a fake train on the overpass with
firing slits.
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and in the very heart of Dallas. The Sheriff department was one
block away with Deputies just standing around watching the
Why would deputies be watching the motorcade? Give me their names and
point them out in some photos.
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motorcade turn the corner. Just asking for one Deputy to
amble on down the plaza and stand in front of the fence
if nothing else so a drunk doesn't show up and take a
shot with his .22 cal bolt action rifle.
And arrest people driving cars into the ares with Goldwater stickers on
their bumpers.
Anthony Marsh
2018-07-09 19:40:03 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
That would be a logical question by any ballistician.
It's already been answered by an expert. Non-jacketed lead bullet.
claviger
2018-07-10 19:28:09 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
That would be a logical question by any ballistician.
It's already been answered by an expert. Non-jacketed lead bullet.
So a sniper used non-military bullets? You said all 3 of your snipers
used Carcano ammo.
Anthony Marsh
2018-07-11 13:33:44 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italian Army
designed the perfect projectile in compliance to this humane concept.
It was called the "humanitarian bullet" and the Italian General Staff should
be commended for developing this projectile in conformity with the ethics
hoped for by the Hague Convention.
Hmm. Then why was there a path of tiny particles through the skull of
JFK? Was it a different type of bullet, perhaps lead and not the FMJ type
used for the MC rifle?
That would be a logical question by any ballistician.
It's already been answered by an expert. Non-jacketed lead bullet.
So a sniper used non-military bullets? You said all 3 of your snipers
used Carcano ammo.
Sometimes there are different types of bullets that they use.
Snipers on their own jobs are not required to use only military ammo.
There were several types of bullets available. And the CIA modified one
into an explosive bullet to use on Castro.
Anthony Marsh
2018-07-05 23:15:14 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italians
OMG, what the Hell are you doing? You just single-handedly destroyed the
SBT. It says that Oswald's bullet does not tumble. How can you guys have a
SBT withOUT a tumbling bullet?
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designed the perfect projectile in compliance. It was called the
"humanitarian bullet". The Italian Army should be commended for developing
this projectile in ethical conformity with the ethics of humane warfare.
The AR-15 .223/5.56mm was designed to punch several small holes in an
enemy soldier at high velocity in bursts to immediately disable the enemy
soldier. Extreme velocity made these smaller bullets tumble when hitting
human targets which often caused devastating wounds with an explosive
effect. These bullets are considered unstable and some critics want them
designated as frangible bullets therefore prohibited by NATO members for
military use under the Hague Convention agreements. The USA was not a
signatory but pressure groups are demanding these bullets be replaced by
more stable projectiles. The US Army is now considering a .26 cal/ 6.5mm
bullet to replace the current M16 ammunition.
Yeah, still no proof that the US designed the bullet to tumble.
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New rifle, bigger bullets: Inside the Army's plan to ditch the M4 and 5.56
https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2017/05/07/new-rifle-bigger
-bullets-inside-the-army-s-plan-to-ditch-the-m4-and-5-56/
So, bigger means better?
claviger
2018-07-07 21:44:12 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italians
OMG, what the Hell are you doing? You just single-handedly destroyed the
SBT. It says that Oswald's bullet does not tumble. How can you guys have
a SBT withOUT a tumbling bullet?
The bullet did not tumble as it passed all the way through the primary
target. After making exit the loss of velocity slowed the spinning
projectile causing destabilization which made the bullet yaw into the next
passenger.
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designed the perfect projectile in compliance. It was called the
"humanitarian bullet". The Italian Army should be commended for developing
this projectile in ethical conformity with the ethics of humane warfare.
The AR-15 .223/5.56mm was designed to punch several small holes in an
enemy soldier at high velocity in bursts to immediately disable the enemy
soldier. Extreme velocity made these smaller bullets tumble when hitting
human targets which often caused devastating wounds with an explosive
effect. These bullets are considered unstable and some critics want them
designated as frangible bullets therefore prohibited by NATO members for
military use under the Hague Convention agreements. The USA was not a
signatory but pressure groups are demanding these bullets be replaced by
more stable projectiles. The US Army is now considering a .26 cal/ 6.5mm
bullet to replace the current M16 ammunition.
Yeah, still no proof that the US designed the bullet to tumble.
I don't think anyone planned it that way, in fact they were puzzled by the
explosive effect the original AR15 had on enemy soldiers in Vietnam.
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by claviger
New rifle, bigger bullets: Inside the Army's plan to ditch the M4 and 5.56
https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2017/05/07/new-rifle-bigger
-bullets-inside-the-army-s-plan-to-ditch-the-m4-and-5-56/
So, bigger means better?
The combination of velocity, spin rate, and a larger bullet make for less
gruesome wounds on enemy soldiers than the current M16. A basic military
philosophy is wounded soldiers use up 3x more manpower resources than a
dead enemy soldier.
mainframetech
2018-07-09 14:33:09 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italians
OMG, what the Hell are you doing? You just single-handedly destroyed the
SBT. It says that Oswald's bullet does not tumble. How can you guys have
a SBT withOUT a tumbling bullet?
The bullet did not tumble as it passed all the way through the primary
target. After making exit the loss of velocity slowed the spinning
projectile causing destabilization which made the bullet yaw into the next
passenger.
And what if the members of the autopsy team said the back wound bullet
never left the body of JFK? Yep, that's what a couple of them said!
Post by claviger
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Post by claviger
designed the perfect projectile in compliance. It was called the
"humanitarian bullet". The Italian Army should be commended for developing
this projectile in ethical conformity with the ethics of humane warfare.
The AR-15 .223/5.56mm was designed to punch several small holes in an
enemy soldier at high velocity in bursts to immediately disable the enemy
soldier. Extreme velocity made these smaller bullets tumble when hitting
human targets which often caused devastating wounds with an explosive
effect. These bullets are considered unstable and some critics want them
designated as frangible bullets therefore prohibited by NATO members for
military use under the Hague Convention agreements. The USA was not a
signatory but pressure groups are demanding these bullets be replaced by
more stable projectiles. The US Army is now considering a .26 cal/ 6.5mm
bullet to replace the current M16 ammunition.
Yeah, still no proof that the US designed the bullet to tumble.
I don't think anyone planned it that way, in fact they were puzzled by the
explosive effect the original AR15 had on enemy soldiers in Vietnam.
Post by Anthony Marsh
Post by claviger
New rifle, bigger bullets: Inside the Army's plan to ditch the M4 and 5.56
https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2017/05/07/new-rifle-bigger
-bullets-inside-the-army-s-plan-to-ditch-the-m4-and-5-56/
So, bigger means better?
The combination of velocity, spin rate, and a larger bullet make for less
gruesome wounds on enemy soldiers than the current M16. A basic military
philosophy is wounded soldiers use up 3x more manpower resources than a
dead enemy soldier.
claviger
2018-07-10 03:37:43 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italians
OMG, what the Hell are you doing? You just single-handedly destroyed the
SBT. It says that Oswald's bullet does not tumble. How can you guys have
a SBT withOUT a tumbling bullet?
The bullet did not tumble as it passed all the way through the primary
target. After making exit the loss of velocity slowed the spinning
projectile causing destabilization which made the bullet yaw into the next
passenger.
And what if the members of the autopsy team said the back wound bullet
never left the body of JFK? Yep, that's what a couple of them said!
That would be a kindergarten question on this Newsgroup. It is common
knowledge the Pathology team was unaware the hole in the throat for the
breathing tube was a bullet wound. The ER doctors had failed to pass on
that medical information to the autopsy team.
mainframetech
2018-07-10 22:44:39 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italians
OMG, what the Hell are you doing? You just single-handedly destroyed the
SBT. It says that Oswald's bullet does not tumble. How can you guys have
a SBT withOUT a tumbling bullet?
The bullet did not tumble as it passed all the way through the primary
target. After making exit the loss of velocity slowed the spinning
projectile causing destabilization which made the bullet yaw into the next
passenger.
And what if the members of the autopsy team said the back wound bullet
never left the body of JFK? Yep, that's what a couple of them said!
That would be a kindergarten question on this Newsgroup. It is common
knowledge the Pathology team was unaware the hole in the throat for the
breathing tube was a bullet wound. The ER doctors had failed to pass on
that medical information to the autopsy team.
It's a shame what you don't know about this case! Here's a well
thought of doctor speaking:



"After a telephone interview with the autopsy radiologist, John Ebersole,
MD, David Mantik, MD, Ph.D. reported that, “Ebersole had told me
during our first conversation that they had learned about the throat wound
from Dallas that night. In prior conversations, he had also stated that he
had learned of the projectile wound to the throat during the autopsy
– that, in fact, he had stopped taking X-rays after that
intelligence had arrived, because the mystery of the exit wound –
corresponding to the back entrance wound – was
solved.”[51] Moreover, Ebersole told the HSCA that the two
hospitals had communicated by phone during the a= utopsy."

From: https://www.history-matters.com/essays/jfkmed/How5Investigations/How5InvestigationsGotItWrong_1a.htm

Also:

"Author Harrison Livingstone reported another Parkland source for
nighttime contact between the morgue and Dallas. In a 1991 interview,
Livingstone said that Parkland Hospital nurse Audrey Bell told him,
“Dr. Perry was up all night. He came into my office the next day
and sat down and looked terrible, having not slept. I never saw anybody
look so dejected! They called him from Bethesda two or three times in the
middle of the night to try to get him to change the entrance wound in the
throat to an exit wound.”

From: https://www.history-matters.com/essays/jfkmed/How5Investigations/How5InvestigationsGotItWrong_1a.htm


Humes knew about the throat wound being a bullet wound. He lied that
he learned it the next day. But he got caught on a few lies. Like where
the bullet hole was in the BOH.

You've given a perfect example of repeated statements making people
believe them. You said it was "common knowledge" that the pathologists
didn't know about the throat wound being a bullet entrance wound. I've
shown you some of the proofs that say Humes and the others did know.

Chris
bigdog
2018-07-12 12:52:27 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italians
OMG, what the Hell are you doing? You just single-handedly destroyed the
SBT. It says that Oswald's bullet does not tumble. How can you guys have
a SBT withOUT a tumbling bullet?
The bullet did not tumble as it passed all the way through the primary
target. After making exit the loss of velocity slowed the spinning
projectile causing destabilization which made the bullet yaw into the next
passenger.
And what if the members of the autopsy team said the back wound bullet
never left the body of JFK? Yep, that's what a couple of them said!
That would be a kindergarten question on this Newsgroup. It is common
knowledge the Pathology team was unaware the hole in the throat for the
breathing tube was a bullet wound. The ER doctors had failed to pass on
that medical information to the autopsy team.
It's a shame what you don't know about this case! Here's a well
http://youtu.be/ma8aqkr-0Tg
You'll believe anything. The only information Livingston could have known
was what he heard on TV. Dr. Perry's interview wasn't broadcast live and
he gave only sketchy information about the throat wound. He didn't divulge
that a tracheostomy incision had been performed over the bullet wound so
Livingston, even if he had learned of what was divulged at the presser
couldn't have relayed that information to Humes. If Livingston had told
Humes that there was an entrance wound in the throat, Humes would have
taken one look at the body and dismissed what Livingston had told him. I
researching this, I found a transcript of the presser. This is what Dr.
Clark had to say regarding the head wound.

QUESTION -- "Doctor, can you describe the course of the wound through the
head"?

DR. CLARK -- "Principally on his right side, towards the right side"...

Later he said:

DR. CLARK -- "The head wound could have been either the exit wound from
the neck or it could have been a tangential wound, as it was simply a
large, gaping loss of tissue."

Taking these two statements together, he was describing a large, gaping
wound on the right side of JFK's head. This is perfectly compatible with
what the Z-film shows, what the AR indicated, and what the review panels
concluded. You can't use your alleged clandestine surgery to explain this
description because that wouldn't happen until the body got Bethesda.

http://www.orwelltoday.com/jfkdocperrypressconference.shtml
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"After a telephone interview with the autopsy radiologist, John Ebersole,
MD, David Mantik, MD, Ph.D. reported that, “Ebersole had told me
during our first conversation that they had learned about the throat wound
from Dallas that night. In prior conversations, he had also stated that he
had learned of the projectile wound to the throat during the autopsy
– that, in fact, he had stopped taking X-rays after that
intelligence had arrived, because the mystery of the exit wound –
corresponding to the back entrance wound – was
solved.”[51] Moreover, Ebersole told the HSCA that the two
hospitals had communicated by phone during the a utopsy."
From: https://www.history-matters.com/essays/jfkmed/How5Investigations/How5InvestigationsGotItWrong_1a.htm
"Author Harrison Livingstone reported another Parkland source for
nighttime contact between the morgue and Dallas. In a 1991 interview,
Livingstone said that Parkland Hospital nurse Audrey Bell told him,
“Dr. Perry was up all night. He came into my office the next day
and sat down and looked terrible, having not slept. I never saw anybody
look so dejected! They called him from Bethesda two or three times in the
middle of the night to try to get him to change the entrance wound in the
throat to an exit wound.”
From: https://www.history-matters.com/essays/jfkmed/How5Investigations/How5InvestigationsGotItWrong_1a.htm
Humes knew about the throat wound being a bullet wound. He lied that
he learned it the next day. But he got caught on a few lies. Like where
the bullet hole was in the BOH.
You've given a perfect example of repeated statements making people
believe them. You said it was "common knowledge" that the pathologists
didn't know about the throat wound being a bullet entrance wound. I've
shown you some of the proofs that say Humes and the others did know.
The Bethesda team did not know about the throat wound at the start of the
autopsy. They would learn that later. There were communications between
Bethesda and Parkland both during and after the autopsy and we don't know
at what point the Bethesda team received this information from Parkland.
What seems clear to me they already suspected this when they discovered
the bullet track and tissue damage but needed confirmation from
Parkland.
claviger
2018-07-12 12:57:23 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italians
OMG, what the Hell are you doing? You just single-handedly destroyed the
SBT. It says that Oswald's bullet does not tumble. How can you guys have
a SBT withOUT a tumbling bullet?
The bullet did not tumble as it passed all the way through the primary
target. After making exit the loss of velocity slowed the spinning
projectile causing destabilization which made the bullet yaw into the next
passenger.
And what if the members of the autopsy team said the back wound bullet
never left the body of JFK? Yep, that's what a couple of them said!
That would be a kindergarten question on this Newsgroup. It is common
knowledge the Pathology team was unaware the hole in the throat for the
breathing tube was a bullet wound. The ER doctors had failed to pass on
that medical information to the autopsy team.
It's a shame what you don't know about this case! Here's a well
http://youtu.be/ma8aqkr-0Tg
"After a telephone interview with the autopsy radiologist, John Ebersole,
MD, David Mantik, MD, Ph.D. reported that, “Ebersole had told me
during our first conversation that they had learned about the throat wound
from Dallas that night. In prior conversations, he had also stated that he
had learned of the projectile wound to the throat during the autopsy
– that, in fact, he had stopped taking X-rays after that
intelligence had arrived, because the mystery of the exit wound –
corresponding to the back entrance wound – was
solved.”[51] Moreover, Ebersole told the HSCA that the two
hospitals had communicated by phone during the a utopsy."
From: https://www.history-matters.com/essays/jfkmed/How5Investigations/How5InvestigationsGotItWrong_1a.htm
"Author Harrison Livingstone reported another Parkland source for
nighttime contact between the morgue and Dallas. In a 1991 interview,
Livingstone said that Parkland Hospital nurse Audrey Bell told him,
“Dr. Perry was up all night. He came into my office the next day
and sat down and looked terrible, having not slept. I never saw anybody
look so dejected! They called him from Bethesda two or three times in the
middle of the night to try to get him to change the entrance wound in the
throat to an exit wound.”
From: https://www.history-matters.com/essays/jfkmed/How5Investigations/How5InvestigationsGotItWrong_1a.htm
Humes knew about the throat wound being a bullet wound. He lied that
he learned it the next day. But he got caught on a few lies. Like where
the bullet hole was in the BOH.
You've given a perfect example of repeated statements making people
believe them. You said it was "common knowledge" that the pathologists
didn't know about the throat wound being a bullet entrance wound. I've
shown you some of the proofs that say Humes and the others did know.
Chris
Alphabetical list of witnesses and testimony
http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/russ/wit.htm
Boswell, Thorton J. WC Testimony, ARRB Deposition
Humes, James J. WC Testimony, HSC Testimony, ARRB Deposition
Ebersole, John H. HSCA Deposition
Finck, Pierre A. WC Testimony, HSCA Deposition, Shaw trial testimony,

John F. Kennedy autopsy
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_F._Kennedy_autopsy

PDF]JFK Autopsy Report - Appendix 9 to the Warren Commission Report
https://www.archives.gov/files/research/jfk/warren-commission.../appendix-09.pdf
https://www.archives.gov/files/research/jfk/warren-commission-report/appendix-09.pdf

Doctors Affirm Kennedy Autopsy Report - The New York Times
https://www.nytimes.com/1992/05/20/us/doctors-affirm-kennedy-autopsy-report.html
May 20, 1992 - The autopsy results have been independently confirmed several
times.
.... An article on May 20 about the autopsy of President John F. Kennedy ...
Anthony Marsh
2018-07-12 02:11:27 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italians
OMG, what the Hell are you doing? You just single-handedly destroyed the
SBT. It says that Oswald's bullet does not tumble. How can you guys have
a SBT withOUT a tumbling bullet?
The bullet did not tumble as it passed all the way through the primary
target. After making exit the loss of velocity slowed the spinning
projectile causing destabilization which made the bullet yaw into the next
passenger.
And what if the members of the autopsy team said the back wound bullet
never left the body of JFK? Yep, that's what a couple of them said!
That would be a kindergarten question on this Newsgroup. It is common
knowledge the Pathology team was unaware the hole in the throat for the
breathing tube was a bullet wound. The ER doctors had failed to pass on
that medical information to the autopsy team.
We're not talking about that, silly.
It could have exited elsewhere. They thought it didn't exit because it
was an ICE BULLET. Howe childish is that? Pre-school?
bigdog
2018-07-10 14:18:25 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italians
OMG, what the Hell are you doing? You just single-handedly destroyed the
SBT. It says that Oswald's bullet does not tumble. How can you guys have
a SBT withOUT a tumbling bullet?
The bullet did not tumble as it passed all the way through the primary
target. After making exit the loss of velocity slowed the spinning
projectile causing destabilization which made the bullet yaw into the next
passenger.
And what if the members of the autopsy team said the back wound bullet
never left the body of JFK? Yep, that's what a couple of them said!
A shame you can't find a single medical examiner who said that.
Anthony Marsh
2018-07-11 13:36:14 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italians
OMG, what the Hell are you doing? You just single-handedly destroyed the
SBT. It says that Oswald's bullet does not tumble. How can you guys have
a SBT withOUT a tumbling bullet?
The bullet did not tumble as it passed all the way through the primary
target. After making exit the loss of velocity slowed the spinning
projectile causing destabilization which made the bullet yaw into the next
passenger.
And what if the members of the autopsy team said the back wound bullet
never left the body of JFK? Yep, that's what a couple of them said!
A shame you can't find a single medical examiner who said that.
OK, so all we have is Humes. Who you got?
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2018-07-12 02:47:13 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italians
OMG, what the Hell are you doing? You just single-handedly destroyed the
SBT. It says that Oswald's bullet does not tumble. How can you guys have
a SBT withOUT a tumbling bullet?
The bullet did not tumble as it passed all the way through the primary
target. After making exit the loss of velocity slowed the spinning
projectile causing destabilization which made the bullet yaw into the next
passenger.
And what if the members of the autopsy team said the back wound bullet
never left the body of JFK? Yep, that's what a couple of them said!
A shame you can't find a single medical examiner who said that.
Why would I bother to look for one? The evidence was buried with the
body of JFK. And no photos will show the truth, they've been edited and
altered if the 'leaked' photos are any clue.

Chris
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2018-07-12 20:31:50 UTC
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Carcano 6.5 mm FMJ military bullets conform to the Hague Convention
guidelines. A bullet designed to drill a neat clean hole in an enemy
soldier without expanding, tumbling, or fragmenting. The Italians
OMG, what the Hell are you doing? You just single-handedly destroyed the
SBT. It says that Oswald's bullet does not tumble. How can you guys have
a SBT withOUT a tumbling bullet?
The bullet did not tumble as it passed all the way through the primary
target. After making exit the loss of velocity slowed the spinning
projectile causing destabilization which made the bullet yaw into the next
passenger.
And what if the members of the autopsy team said the back wound bullet
never left the body of JFK? Yep, that's what a couple of them said!
A shame you can't find a single medical examiner who said that.
Why would I bother to look for one? The evidence was buried with the
body of JFK. And no photos will show the truth, they've been edited and
altered if the 'leaked' photos are any clue.
So you don't care what qualified people have concluded. You find your own
conclusions to be far more interesting than theirs.
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