Friday, July 22, 2016

What the Warren Commission solved:
   1. Oswald did it; he fired 3 shots; 1 missed.

What the Warren Commission failed to solve but The Final Truth solves:
   1. Why, when and where that first shot was fired
   2. Oswald's specific escape plans and why he was at Tenth and Patton when confronted by Officer J. D. Tippit
   3. The tremendous significance of Oswald’s short two-block bus ride
   4. Why the FBI lied about the fresh bullet mark on the Main St. curb
   5. Why Gov. and Mrs. Connally fundamentally disagreed with the Warren Report
   6. “Puffs of smoke” and muzzle flashes
   7. Why no assassins were firing from the grassy knoll
   8. The mysterious Harper skull fragment
   9. Mary Moorman’s photo and “Badgeman”
   10. Burn marks on the Hughes film and the 7-frame splice in Tina Towner’s film
   11. The only one of 10 filmers whose camera was rolling during all three shots (It’s not who you think.)
   12. The infamous Dictabelt recording
   13. The deliberate film splice LIFE magazine called a "lab accident"
   and more.


Thursday, July 14, 2016

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-- by Edward Bauer

Friday, July 1, 2016

The exact Zapruder frames that would have dis-proven a late first shot, Z208‒Z211, were spliced out by the FBI or LIFE magazine at the FBI’s behest. They then ignored three years of public pressure before claiming it was a “lab accident.”

This long-delayed denial was first mentioned to only one reporter, Richard H. Levine of the Baltimore Sun and timed to be published on the last business day before Christmas to bury the story. The Hoover FBI manipulated the media and therefore public opinion.

The FBI are the only ones who could have possibly spliced the seven frames out of the Towner film and they did the same with the Zapruder film and for the same reason: to cover up what they knew was a very early first shot.