The TFH (tin foil hat) category of this blog presents dikw (i.e., data, information, knowledge, wisdom) based in part on theory, observation, experience, and conjecture. While this is not a court of law, I defer to the great American Jurist, Judge Judy, “if doesn’t make sense, it’s not true”. The purpose here is to suggest some possible explanations, but not necessarily the only ones, to the phenomena we observe. Theory and conjecture should always welcome and encouraged. Of course, the best evidence is a repeatable experiment that the reader can perform to authenticate findings of fact. All else is not as good. But, unfortunately, life requires us to move forward on incomplete, inaccurate, and inconclusive information. But we tread lightly where we are unsure.
So why isn’t the Kennedy Assassination kill shot reproducible? A crappy rifle, an angle, an elevation, a moving target, and wind? Judge judy should examine this case. It doesn’t make sense.
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Did Irish-born William Greer cause JFK’s death?
New book revives role of JFK’s driver in Dallas
Published Sunday, November 14, 2010, 7:16 AM
Updated Sunday, November 14, 2010, 7:16 AM
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The new book on the assassination of John F. Kennedy by Clint Hill, the secret service agent closest to him on the day, also focuses attention on another member of that service detail the driver of JFK’s car that day, William Greer, a native of Tyrone, Ireland.
Greer’s actions that day remain controversial, so much so that some crazed conspiracy buffs have claimed that he was the one to shoot Kennedy because he was an Ulster Protestant who disliked Kennedy’s Catholic faith — a fact his son admitted to.
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Citing Judge Judy, this all doesn’t make sense. We may never know the truth, but it certainly is NOT the official story.
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