Sunday, November 27, 2016

”We have at this point uncovered two more aspects of the JFK assassination that run contrary to the prevailing consensus. Lee Oswald did not, in a panic, jump on the first bus he saw. True, the Marsalis bus went nowhere near his rooming house but he originally had no intention of delaying his escape by stopping there. The 12:40 Marsalis bus was exactly the one he wanted. And Oswald did not leave that bus due to heavy traffic. He had to leave it when he spotted Mary Bledsoe. He feared that she or her son would call the police to report his escape route and that’s exactly what they did.”
The Final Truth, p. 175

 From page 171:

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Answers to 3 questions from an article by Garry Rodgers, retired RCMP Homicide Detective and Forensic Coroner:

> First is Lee Harvey Oswald’s motive

He was a Marxist revolutionary whose wife had just rebuffed his attempts at reconciliation.

> Second – where was Oswald going after the assassination?

The 55/Lancaster bus stop at Jefferson & Ewing to connect with the Greyhound bus to Nuevo Laredo and Monterrey, Mexico.

> The third question – what happened to the missing bullet?

Oswald used it for the indispensable requirement of zeroing his reassembled rifle, aiming at the south curb of Main Street and causing the “fresh bullet mark” seen by Deputies Walthers and Sweatt.

For the complete details and much more, see the breakthrough book:
The Final Truth: Solving the Mystery of the JFK Assassination
-- by Edward Bauer

Monday, November 7, 2016

Did two different copies of the Zapruder film have the same four frames removed, Z208‒Z211?  We know the camera original was spliced because that is the only version with images between the sprocket holes and those four frames are forever missing from that version.  When researching for my book The Final Truth a few years ago, I noticed the Sixth Floor Museum website indicated that their copy (most likely the LIFE copy but definitely not the camera original) also had frames Z208‒Z211 removed.  This author’s email to Gary Mack went unanswered but the statement in question was immediately removed from their website.

The Final Truth: Solving the Mystery of the JFK Assassination