Friday, August 28, 2015

From page 79 of The Final Truth: the location where Billy Harper said he found the skull fragment:


Thursday, August 20, 2015

Not only was his Mannlicher-Carcano an accurate weapon, but Oswald was an excellent marksman.  Here’s proof from page 128 (paperback version) of my book The Final Truth. 

Thursday, August 13, 2015

The tale of the Mannlicher-Carcano being a poor weapon was part of a series of fabrications by conspiracy authors to try to explain that Oswald didn’t shoot JFK.  They offer no supporting evidence for their claim.  From my book The Final Truth, page 126, “The FBI determined that the rifle itself, without the damage to the telescopic sight, was “a very accurate weapon.” 12  In fact, the U. S. Army’s Ballistics Research Laboratory bench tested this particular rifle and found it as accurate as the M-14,13 the standard issue U. S. rifle until 1970.”

Major world powers, which Italy was in the late 1930s when Oswald’s carbine was manufactured, just don’t equip their military with inferior weaponry.  This is the real world out here.  Be careful what you tell people you believe. 

Next post: Proof that Oswald was an excellent marksman.

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

I distance myself from the Max Holland/Johann Rush theory; the only thing in common is an early first shot.  My conclusion differs substantially, mainly because of *why* the first shot missed.  They said it hit the traffic signal support pole.  In fact, it was used for the indispensable requirement of sighting-in the rifle (windage & elevation) and wasn’t aimed at the limousine in the first place.  You don’t just pick up a rifle and start shooting!  Especially if it has been disassembled and reassembled.  It was purposefully fired downrange and more than three seconds earlier than Holland/Rush, exactly where the seven frames are spliced out of the Tina Towner film by the FBI to hide her camera-jiggle reaction to the first shot.

For the complete solution, see my book:
The Final Truth: Solving the Mystery of the JFK Assassination