Ralph CinqueThank you, Richard. People have wondered for a long time why they didn't kill JFK sooner; when he was coming down Houston, or when he was rounding the intersection. The truth is that they decided, in advance, that they weren't going to kill him until he got to lower Dealey Plaza, the grassy area, because there would be few people there, which they saw to. And not all, but probably the majority of the people there were their people. The point is that they only gave themselves a short window to kill him, and failure was not an option. So, they had to make sure that, when the time came, that he would be a sitting duck and not be hard to hit and not be able to do anything to thwart their intentions.