Sunday, October 30, 2016

Why the first shot missed

The Max Holland theory of an early first shot says it hit the traffic signal support pole.  In fact, Oswald used it for the indispensable requirement of sighting-in the rifle (also known as zeroing).  It wasn’t aimed at the limousine.  It was purposefully fired downrange, causing the fresh bullet mark in the south curb of Main Street more than three seconds earlier than Holland claims, exactly where the seven frames were spliced out of the Tina Towner film by the FBI to hide her camera-jiggle reaction to that first shot!

See The Final Truth: Solving the Mystery of the JFK Assassination.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Shortly after those shots, WFAA-TV News Director Jay Watson asked Bill Newman, “And the shots were almost simultaneously, weren’t they?”  Newman replied, “Yes, sir, they were probably ten seconds apart.”

So if your typical witness calls ten seconds apart “simultaneous,” how far apart is “closely bunched”?  These shots easily could have been fired by the same gunman.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

It would be an Erroneous Quantum Leap to conclude that “closely bunched” meant that the shots had to be fired by different gunmen. We’re comfortable studying this sequence in eighteenths of a second but if two shots occurred a scant 4.9 seconds apart, your average witnesses-in-the-street might describe them as “closely bunched,” especially if the interval following the first shot was noticeably longer, say, 9.5 seconds (hZ048/Z222/Z313).
The Final Truth: Solving the Mystery of the JFK Assassination
Edward Bauer

Friday, October 7, 2016

Finding the answer to this tragic triple murder is entering its third and final phase.

The first phase was the conspiracy era, from the moment of the death of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963 until 1993.  It was the heyday of writers who realized there was money to be made from unknowing, sometimes gullible, readers.  Little attention was paid to the truth.

The second phase began with the publication of Gerald Posner’s Case Closed.  For the first time, the importance of writing history correctly was fully appreciated.  Although the conspiracy industry continued to flourish, the maturing of the baby-boom generation caused many to see through the machinations of conspiracy authors and settle on the more practical, common-sense and believable single-gunman conclusion.  This phase lasted from 1993 until the present.

Now, the era of conspiracy books is over.  The era of books that simply debunk other theories is over.  The era of theories is over.

We are now embarking upon the third and concluding phase with Edward Bauer’s new book The Final Truth: Solving the Mystery of the JFK Assassination.  For the first time, theories have been replaced with real-world experience in rifle marksmanship and film editing, the two disciplines crucial to solving this mystery.  It’s not all conspiracy.  It’s not all lone assassin.  It is all fully substantiated historical reality.

Rather that start from scratch, The Final Truth begins where others left off.  It takes as given what previous researchers have proven and goes from there.  It doesn’t waste the reader’s time with topics that have been written about many times before or with issues that don’t directly help solve this mystery.  While other books continue to argue conspiracy-or-Oswald, this work goes beyond that and as a result breaks more new ground than any other work on the subject.  It scientifically yet engagingly resolves more than 16 popular mysteries that even the Warren Commission failed to explain.

The Final Truth is perfect for those who want a relatively short, informal, easy-to-read explanation of how— and most importantly why— these historic events unfolded.

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