The biggest murder mystery has been solved

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Offline scgator2001

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The biggest murder mystery has been solved
« on: 10/05/2013 13:30:23 »
There is a way to solve the biggest murder mystery in history even though the vast majority of people have been convinced we will never know the truth.

There are two totally independent ways to determine the time between shots that were fired in the JFK assassination mystery.  If the times between shots are the same in both methods, it likely means that that both methods really are valid.  The lesson here is that you should be very wary of scientists who are way out of the field of expertise giving opinions on things they know nothing about.

There are many reasons you have never seen this information presented in an easily understood way as is shown here.  The average researcher has accepted some misinformation as fact which has corrupted their conclusions and has led to ridiculous answers.

This proof is so simple that even a child should be able to understand that this has never been a mystery, it has always been a lie.  As the 50th anniversary approaches, you should finally know the truth about what happened in 1963.


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Re: The biggest murder mystery has been solved
« Reply #1 on: 11/05/2013 08:32:36 »
The point that you're trying to make is unclear. 

I have no doubt that forensics in 2013 would have been different than what would have been the practice in 1963.  Apparently there were only 2 bullets recovered from the scene, although one was in multiple fragments, I think. 

Anyway, if the visual (light) timing and the audio timing are essentially identical, that would indicate that the distance from the rifle to the microphone would have been the same for both shots, and thus likely fired from the same gun or location.

If the timing is different, then it would indicate two guns.

So, your findings of identical visual/audio timing supports the single shooter hypothesis, but doesn't definitively prove it.  If there had been additional audio files from different locations, then it would prove the single shooter hypothesis.

A bolt action gun would be difficult to fire with 1 second intervals, but some tests have indicated that some marksmen can do fairly rapid firing with the gun.