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Examining Recently 'Sealed' Documents Revealed
on January 20, 2015
Revealing the 'other' side of the coin-
In reference to the JFK shooting:
(6) S E C O N D S
2 different rifles used
2 different kinds of ammunition used
2 different shooting locations
1 freak accident =
A newly assigned Secret Service agent by the name of, George Hickey, 'accidentally discharged' his AR-15 rifle while picking it up off the floorboard in the vehicle behind JFK after Hickey spotted Oswald firing from the window of the book depository, and in a 'freak accident' while the Secret Service vehicle sped forward caused the .223 round 'accidentally' fired from Hickey's AR-15 rifle to strike JFK in the head.
Oswald's first shot missed JFK, and struck the pavement according to witnesses.
George Hickey, turns to his right and spots Oswald in the window, and reaches for his AR-15 rifle taking the safety off.
Oswald's second shot strikes JFK and Connally.
And the 'freak accident shot' by George Hickey standing in the backseat of the open Secret Service vehicle strikes JFK.
There is a photo of Hickey holding a rifle and standing in the backseat of the open Secret Service vehicle behind JFK's vehicle prior to the third and fatal shot.
Gunpowder from the AR-15 rifle, could be smelled at street level by witnesses including Lt. Colonel Ralph Yarborough riding with LBJ in the third vehicle behind JFK, coming from the Secret Service vehicle behind, and to the left of JFK's vehicle.
This all occurred under (6) seconds.
The recent release of 'sealed' documents by a Federal Judge finally put the remaining pieces of the puzzle to the JFK shooting in perspective.
~~~The books, Mortal Error, and JFK: The Smoking Gun, puts all the missing pieces of the puzzle together.
The Kennedy's were prone to tragic accidents.
Makes 'perfect sense' and is 'logical' to those who are familiar and have fired the military M-16 or AR-15 rifle and to those who know what a .223 round can do.
It also makes 'perfect sense' to police crime scene units, and to seasoned detectives in law enforcement.
Oswald's round went through JFK and Connally without exploding upon impact.
Once again, there is a photo of George Hickey in the Secret Service vehicle behind JFK's vehicle holding an AR-15 rifle.
The .223 round 'accidentally' fired from Hickey's AR-15 rifle at street level exploded upon impact and was fired from behind JFK's vehicle.
The missing pieces of the puzzle have now been revealed and fit perfectly.
We will never know if JFK could have survived Oswald's shot that pierced JFK's neck.
The Warren Commission did not interview Yarborough who had been in the military, or if they had, did not bother to print his 'valuable testimony.'
Of all the 'conspiracy theories' surrounding JFK that will continue to go on and on and on to eternity without any 'relevant substance,' to the 'end result,' this 'reality theory' is the best explanation of JFK being shot by the 2,2,2,2, 'freak accident' theory.
'Freak accidents' occur daily all over the world.
It all fits together and now makes more sense than any of the conspiracy theories.
(6) Seconds in history.
The following 2013 documentaries have aired on DirecTv REELZ channel #238:
JFK: For the Record. 30 minutes. Federal Judge Tunheim, who chaired the Board, that released secret JFK assassination records.
JFK: The Smoking Gun. 2 hours. Former Austrian detective, Colin McLaren, investigates the assassination of JFK with a ballistics expert.
Killing JFK: 50 Questions Answered, 1 hour, examines the many aspects of the assassination of JFK that surrounded the tragedy.
JFK: Inside the Evidence, hosted by Bill Kurtis. 1 hour.