Saturday, December 27, 2014

I wrote to John Hankey to applaud him for his brilliant film, The Assassination of JFK Jr., and he responded. Then I responded to him again, and I'll let you read the exchange. Know that John Hankey is both a brilliant and courageous researcher. Really, I think he is one of the heroes of the whole movement, and he is #1 in the world when it comes to John F. Kennedy Jr.  

John Hankey:

Thanks Ralph. Always glad to hear from you, but with such nice words it is especially sweet.

I am conducting a narrow survey among people whose brains I respect. As I am sure you know, Larry Rivera and many others have worked to put together a really incontrovertible case about the limousine having come to a stop, and therefore that the Zapruder film has been very extensively altered. But the killers left in a very overt, and dramatic shot from the knoll. Given the years that passed before anyone, outside the highest levels of the government, was able to view the film, this inclusion of a shot from the knoll must be viewed as deliberate. For me, one of the absolutely central questions that must be answered, if we are to learn anything of any significance from John Kennedy's death, is: "to what purpose?". Why did they leave in the shot from the front? What are they hoping to achieve? So far I have not received a response from anyone, so any response would be appreciated.


Ralph Cinque:

That's a good question, John, and the best answer I can come up with is that they left in the "back and to the left" head movement simply because they couldn't get rid of it. If they had gotten rid of it, they'd have had nothing to replace it with. It would have left an obvious hole in the film. And to try concoct a different movement for his body just wasn't possible. I don't know if it's even possible today, but it definitely wasn't possible then.

Remember also that they never intended to release the Zapruder film to the public. The mere fact that it wasn't shown to the public until 1975 tells you that they didn't want to do it.

I don' t know if you have read Head Shot by G. Paul Chambers, the Navy physicist, but he explains how the Laws of Physics dictate that the fatal head shot must have come from the Grassy Knoll.

John, it has reached the point of farce for anybody to claim that Oswald killed Kennedy. The power of officialdom is the only thing holding the preposterous story up. Cheers, Ralph 

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