Post by claviger
Were were all the other snipers located? One persistent CT
has endorsed a theory including 20 snipers.
Sniper One was in the 6th floor window of the TSBD.
Sniper Two was behind the fence on the GK.
Where were the other 18 snipers located?
Why did all but 2 miss the primary target?
I can't give you a complete answer, but I can tell you what I know about
the shooters. My late wife was the shooter behind the picket fence. She
had been living in Dallas, and working covertly with some renegade CIA
persons. She had been trained as a commando by the Russians. Her
boyfriend, Fidel Castro sent her to Russia to provide greater training.
This is just about the only way an American can get into Russia for
militrary training. She was in Russia for two years, when she came back
in the Summer of '63. Hanging out in Dallas, she was kicking around
looking for work where she could try out her new skills. She was sent to
see someone at a house on Harlandale St. Dallas. She was told they might
need a marksman. This was the Alpha66 crew that was responsible for the
JFK assassination. After much training and practice, she was given the
job of shooter, behind the picket fence, in Dealey Plaza. The three
shooters acted as a team, directed by the wearing of radio receivers, and
being talked to by a man in the Plaza. This man was considered the Radio
Man. Prior to the big event. The team had practiced and practiced the
operation. My wife's assignment was practiced over and over. She walked
the route of her assignment over and over, with a stop watch, and counted
her steps to get from the parking lot to the spot behind the picket fence.
The timing had to be perfect. At the time of the event, she was waiting
in the parking lot for the right time. Her handlers alerted her when the
time was right. She walked from the parking lot to her position behind
the picket fence. A rifle had been hidden under a piece of butcher paper.
A man had been standing over the gun minutes prior to her time to take aim
and shoot. He walked away and left the rifle ready for her. The gun was
loaded with a round in the chamberl, safefy off. All she had to do was
pick up the rifle, aim, and shoot. As she walked to the fence, her
assignment was told to her through the radio receiver.
"Ready...Aim...Shoot!" She set the rifle down and walked back to the
parking lot where a cream-colored Rambler Stationwagon drove slowing
through the parking lot and pulled up behind her. She got in the car and
drove away. The Rambler drove her to Redbird Airport where she go onto a
small single plane and flew out of town. Two weeks later she was in
VietNam on another assignment.