by Morley Evans
These two images demolish the Warren Commission conclusions about the JFK assassination. A look at the map of Dealey Plaza does the same thing. Why would anyone planning to shoot JFK choose to shoot a target that is moving away from him that is partially and sometimes completely obscured by trees when a clear shot is right in front of him and the target is moving slowly toward the sniper. Shooting a target on Houston Street would be even easier than shooting the target on Elm Street from the grassy knoll. Duh . . .
|The supposed fatal shot.|
|Dan Rather sitting in the window|