Saturday, September 27, 2014

This is a synopsis of Dr. Cyril Wecht's speech at the AARC conference this weekend. For me, it's a disappointment because he referred to Oswald as not being the lone gunman. Oswald was not a gunman, period. He was standing outside at the time, just like most everybody else. We can see him there: his face, his body, and his clothes. 

But even without that, if Dr. Wecht would just think about it, he would realize that there is no way Oswald could have been a shooter in a conspiracy. There is no room for that on the logic spectrum. It would have been insane for anyone to think Oswald was qualified to be a sniper. He very nearly failed his last marksmanship test in the Marines, and he never ever in his entire life did the kind of shooting that was involved from the 6th floor. So why would anyone, in their right mind, choose him to do this? 

Furthermore, none of the known shots had a trajectory that can be traced back to the 6th floor window. 

Here is the report from World News Daily:  

Forensic pathologist Cyril Wecht kicked off the second day of the Assassination Archive and Research Center, or AARC, conference on the John F. Kennedy slaying by insisting Lee Harvey Oswald could not have been the lone shooter.
Wecht proceeded to explain the gyrations and changes in direction required for one bullet to have hit JFK, passing up through JFK’s body from the entrance wound in the back, to exit through JFK’s neck (moving upward at an 11 degree angle), to enter Connelly’s back, break a rib, exit Connelly’s chest and break Connelly’s right wrist, only to end embedded in Connelly’s left thigh.

“The explanations are ridiculous,” Wecht challenged. “Was JFK bending over tying his shoe when he got shot? Not if you look at the Zapruder film. JFK was sitting upright, and the entrance wound in his back was lower than the supposed exit wound in this throat. How is it possible that a bullet fired from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository moved in an upward direction transiting through JFK’s body?”

Wecht insisted the burden of proof rested with the prosecution.

“All the defense has to show is that Lee Harvey Oswald could not possibly have been the sole gunman, and that can be established by science,” he insisted. “We do not need to prove who did the shooting to prove the government is lying. I’ll let you assume Oswald was a shooter if you want. The point is that if Oswald was not the sole shooter, the Warren Commission Report is a cover-up and the government has been lying to us for 50 years.”

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