Wednesday, January 29, 2014

This is a VERY important image. This image is a SMOKING GUN. It first appeared in an article by Ben Bagdikin called THE ASSASSIN which was published in the Saturday Evening Post on December 14, 1964, so just 3 weeks after the assassination.

What it says at the bottom is:

"From the same building that Oswald lay in ambush, a telescopic lens reconstructs an approximation of what the killer saw at the moment of tragedy."

That's a lie! You know very well it is a lie. That picture was not taken from the 6th floor of the Book Depository or the 6th floor of any building. That picture was taken from a low elevation, perhaps a 2nd floor, which had to be the 2nd floor of the Dal-Tex building, which was one of the open windows you see in the Altgens photo.

Why would they lie about that? Why didn't they just go up to the 6th floor and take a picture? Here's why: It's because they were claiming that a single bullet hit Kennedy and Connally. But, any bullet that was shot from such a steep angle as the 6th floor could not possibly have gone from Oswald to Kennedy to Connally. It would have had to change direction. They had to reduce that angle, and that is why they went with that other picture from a lower elevation. 

This is what Scott Creighton wrote about it on Before It's News:

"If you go back and look at the Altgens photo you notice two things I pointed out:
  1. The street sign and the dark sign above it with the tapered corners
  2. The open window in the Dal-Tex building at the exact same height

It would appear that they took this photo from the Dal-Tex window that is actually open in the Altgens photo showing the moment Kennedy was shot, and  then they lied about it, claiming to a mourning nation that it was from the 6th floor of the TSBD."

"If you want one final bit of proof, here is a current Google Street View image of Dealy Plaza as it is today. I took this from their Street View app from a relatively similar position as the window would have been back in 1963. Notice something?"
dealy today
"That’s right, the monument and steps are in almost the exact same location in both photos adding still more proof the picture published in the POST in 1963 was a lie."

"They had to take that photo from a lower angle because it was very important at the time (and still is if you listen to idiots like Tom Hanks) to bolster the Magic Bullet theory (one bullet created 7 wounds)."

"From that low trajectory, it appears possible that one shot could have hit both the president and the governor whereas if you look out the 6th floor of the depository, it’s obvious that one bullet traveling at that downward angle, could not have done that.
They also had to get the image underneath the foliage of the tree that you can clearly see is in the way. The one seen in the Altgen pic."

"Ironically, the Google Street View image is almost at the exact same height as the bullshit image they used as the cover image of the JFK story back in 1963. If you’ve seen one of those cars they use to film the roads, you will understand that the camera sits on top of the vehicle. It would be close to the level of a second story window."

Cinque: Thank you, Steve Creighton. So, just 3 weeks after the JFK assassination, they were again lying to us with images, trying to sell the idea that the shots came from the TSBD 6th floor but substituting an image from the Dal-Tex 2nd floor and representing it as the former. I would like to think that everybody has a problem with this.   

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