Saturday, July 25, 2015

There’s been mention of this, but for those not aware:

Special Agent John D. Ready, primary protection for President Kennedy, stood on the right front running board of the Secret Service follow-up car.  His reports stated he stepped off, intending to go toward the President.  But he was immediately called back by Special Agent Emory P. Roberts...” (Warren Report, p. 51.)  Their SS reports do not say exactly when this occurred.  Neither was interviewed by the Warren Commission.

However, Ready can actually be seen briefly at the extreme right of the Orville Nix film.  Nix’s camera filmed at 18.5 frames per second.  At 1.3 seconds after the fatal head shot, he is still standing upright.  At 1.4 seconds he has begun to step down to the street.  He ends his downward movement about 1.6 seconds (30 frames) after the head shot.  He is then panned out of frame.
Ready can be seen in this slo-mo of the Nix film from 0:44 through 1:02:

Saturday, July 18, 2015

The seven frames spliced out of the Tina Towner film recorded a major camera jiggle.  The FBI removed this jiggle to cover up an early first shot.

The logic is simple:
1. Seven frames are missing (spliced out) from the Tina Towner film.
2. The Towners did not remove them.
3. Other than the Towners, the FBI were the only ones in possession of the film.
4. The FBI were the only ones who could have possibly removed these seven frames.
5. The FBI removed these seven frames.
6. These seven frames reveal a major camera jiggle.  (See below.)
7. This camera jiggle is Tina Towner’s reaction to the first shot.
8. This camera jiggle occurs as the limousine is making the turn onto Elm Street.
9. Most career-trained witnesses said that the first shot occurred as the limousine was making the turn onto Elm Street or in the process of completing its turn.
10. The detailed jiggle analysis in The Final Truth demonstrates that Tina Towner would have reacted exactly at the first missing frame.

Conclusion:  The first shot was fired as the limousine was making the turn onto Elm Street immediately prior to the seven-frame jiggle splice in the Tina Towner film.

Note the sharp upward movement during the missing frames, a radical aberration from her otherwise smooth-as-glass pan.  Added yellow lines help show this sharp rapid movement within 0.307 of a second (the Towner’s camera filmed at 22.8 frames per second).  The splice is between T084 and T085.  This video uses retouched versions of these frames not obscured by splicing cement.

Detailed description in The Final Truth: Solving the Mystery of the JFK Assassination.

Monday, July 13, 2015

When you determine what you believe happened, can you support it with why?  The “why” makes the “what” credible.

When confronted with the “why” question, the response is often “We’ll never know.”  Why not?  Ask someone with a lifetime of experience in rifle marksmanship and film editing.  Someone who doesn’t need to theorize.

Why was the first shot fired?  Why did it miss?
Why were frames spliced out of the Zapruder and Towner films?

Experience.  Analysis.  Answers.  The Final Truth: Solving the Mystery of the JFK Assassination.


Wednesday, July 8, 2015

New The Final Truth Video

Thanks for all your thoughtful replies.
A newer, different and hopefully improved 3-minute video is now on YouTube.
Hope you like it.  Feedback welcome.

Edward Bauer
The Final Truth: Solving the Mystery of the JFK Assassination