Saturday, December 24, 2016

Excellent work.  However, stabilizing across the 7-frame splice hides the camera jump, which is evidence that the splice was an attempt (by the FBI) to hide Tina Towner’s camera jiggle reaction to an early first shot.  See my video:

In the first instance, the stabilization gives us less information, not more.

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 Towners' 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.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

The Final Truth: Solving the Mystery of the JFK Assassination
The perfect Christmas gift!


Friday, December 9, 2016


The sight of rifle experts trying to fire three shots as fast as they can is ludicrous.  Oswald never would have put himself in a position where he had to be so accurate so quickly.  After the zeroing first shot, he gave himself 9.5 seconds to adjust the scope’s windage and elevation screws.  He likely even had to wait for his target to clear the oak tree.  Then, with a properly zeroed firearm, Lee squeezed off the last two shots 4.9 seconds apart.  Total time for three shots was 14.4 seconds.

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