My Thoughts based on Dr Randolph Robertson synchronization . The first shot was from the Dal-Tex building 2nd floor with a lookout on the fire escape. It was a deliberate shot to his back and not to his head . It's purpose was to stun Kennedy and immobilize him before going for the head shot. It was too risky to go for a head shot on the first bullet. The bullet did not tumble and exited Kennedy's neck cleanly . Connally did not get out of the way . Instead he turned directly into the line of fire. The second shot was from the 6th floor of the TSBD. It was a deliberate wounding shot to Connally's side to get him out of the line of fire. It also served to draw people's attention away from the Dal-Tex and up to the TSBD . The third shot came from DAL-TEX building hit Kennedy in the back and side of head and was probably a mortal wound by itself . The fourth shoot came from the grassy knoll hit Kennedy in the side of the head 1/10 th of a second later and finished him off. This was not a planned shot The grassy knoll shooter was a backup . Governor Connally screwed up the plotters plans by taking so long to get out of the line of fire. This greatly complicated the cover up . The fifth shot was again from the 6th floor of the TSBD . It struck the frame of the windsheild. This was deliberate distraction shot by the shooters to draw everyone's eyes up to the 6th floor of the TSBD and keep them there for 50 years. Conclusion: The assassination was methodically planned by experts and all 5 shots achieved their purpose. The president was dead. March 25 , 2017 B.D.
B, I believe the first shot was from the Dal-Tex building, a low elevation. But, it's the shot that missed. It sailed over JFK's head. The shot that hit him in the back came next. And actually that shot was about simultaneous with the shot to his throat from the front. Both occurred when the limo was obscured by the freeway sign in the Z film.Now, I think you're right about the purpose of the back shot being to stun him, but there may have been more to it than that. I really think it's possible that it delivered a drug, which was the way of immobilizing him. In the Zapruder film, JFK acts drugged. He doesn't take cover. He doesn't get his wife to take cover. He is mentally out of it. He really seems doped. What else could cause that except a drug? It might have been an ice bullet that only penetrated a couple inches and delivered its payload. And of course, the ice would have very quickly melted.The wound in Kennedy's throat was way too small to be an exit wound. That was a separate, small caliber bullet, shot from the front, possibly from the overpass. It is absolutely preposterous to think that a bullet that entered Kennedy's back at the level of T3 came out his throat. And remember, it had a distinctly downward trajectory, and even the autopsy doctor said so. So, how could it go up?I'm not willing to accept that Connally was shot deliberately. Remember, he was a very close friend of LBJ. He was LBJ's protege. He was a member of LBJ's Texas Mafia. LBJ made Connally- his whole political career. So, LBJ was never going to sanction a deliberate hit on Connally. LBJ tried very hard to get Connally out of JFK's limo. He tried to get JFK to take Senator Yarborough instead. But, JFK said no, that he was in Texas, and therefore he was going to ride with the governor of Texas. Reports are that they had a fierce argument about it the night before, and JFK really put LBJ in his place. So, I really do believe that Connally was shot by accident. Hey, it was a sniper attack, and you don't always hit your target.I really don't know if any serious shots were taken from the 6th floor. It had the obstructed view, and I think they were all about attracting attention to frame Oswald since they had somebody up there who looked like Oswald. But, I don't know that any of the known shots can be traced to the 6th floor.Then, yes, the fatal head shot came from the Grassy Knoll. I know that some say that there was an additional shot from the rear which came a tiny split second before the fatal head shot, but I am not so sure. Maybe they're right, but at this point in time, I don't treat it like money in the bank.The total number of shots may have been more than 5. But, this is not an area in which I claim any expertise. But, thanks for giving some thought to it. It's very interesting to try to figure it out, and I could even say fun. Ralph