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Yes the driver shot JFK but.....

..but we may be looking for the gun in the wrong spot.
Cropped, Slow Motion Zapruder Segment

This is the exact moment that the driver's hand moves from the wheel, the moment he brings the limo to almost a complete stop, the second he stops looking where he's going in order to look back, and leans over a bit.

Now, ignore the top of the other agent's head which is often confused with the barrel of a gun, so slick is his hair, although it seems almost as if one can see a barrel just barely above the agent in the passenger seat and is that the tip of the barrel sticking behind said agent? Notice that this is also the exact instant when the last shot hits Kennedy, the moment the Governor and his wife lean far to the left of the vehicle, and the very second that a cloud seems to appear in front of the President's head.

A diagonal shot across the driver's chest was possible with a long barrel since Kennedy was a little to the right, still, and everyone else was out of the way. Greer seemed to be stopping for the photo op, as if he knew just where Zapruder stood - and who he was.

The trauma had to be maximized in order to sap the will of an increasingly dissatisfied American public, a people that was beginning to organize in some serious ways. Trauma leads to vastly increased suggestibility, by the way. It's called psychological operations.

The only people that would have noticed were very close, limiting their numbers and most died rather soon thereafter. Most would have followed the sound of the other copycat shot fired right "on top" of the other, complete with smoke. Shoot, a firecracker might have been all it took to distract most the other way, but if it was a rifle shot it might easily have drowned out the sound of a gas powered pistol, again, unless you were close.

Notice also that at no point did Zapruder, a Ukrainian born Zionist and a confirmed thirty-third degree Freemason, take an interest in filming anything but John F. Kennedy's grisly end. He showed no interest in the commotion to his right or in who the assassins might be. Similarly, he doesn't so much as flinch after any of these shots. He seems to know he is perfectly safe. He also was positioned, conveniently where the "umbrella man" and his "radio man" were obscured. Any sane man would have been concerned about bullets flying around them unless, perhaps, the film was central to the op, a manipulation that would drag us deeply into Vietnam.

Jackie knew where the threat was and responded accordingly. The three on the steps of the grassy knoll who have a closeup, front and center view, instantly start to move backward and away from the limo.

Remember remember,
the fifth of November,
the day William Cooper was shot.
He tried to warn us,
as Jones joined the chorus,
May his death not be forgot!

I was in touch with Bill in his last few months alive. He was not right about everything and even, seemingly, very wrong about others but he was a patriot, true and blue, and not a nationalist. There's a difference. I believe he was finally killed because of his Veritas Newswire coverage of the days between September 5, 2001 and September 11 of that same year. These would have been the days to cover the NRO satellite that went into orbit and went operational on the eighth and, it seems likely, facilitated Operation Vigilant Guardian, yet another terror drill that went live, its participants, possibly, not knowing they were dealing with an actual attack instead of a simulation. Upon his death, those were the entries that went missing from the newswire.

These are the witnesses whose statement include the words "in the car" 14.Mar.2020 08:35

Coyote Bruce

1. Mary Moorman - school teacher standing next to Jean Hill. She said she saw Greer shooting back but thought he was shooting back at the assassin. SOURCE: Warren Commission and taped interview by Fred Newcomb.

2. Jean Hill - Jean Hill saw Greer shooting too, but when she tried to bring up the subject of a gun being fired in the car, Senator Arlen Spector (a 33rd degree Mason) would change the subject or say "it's time for a cup of coffee."

3. Austin P. Miller - Texas Louisiana Freight Bureau, who stood on the railway overpass overlooking Elm Street was asked by Arlen Spector where the shots came from: His reply was "from right there in the car." Senator Spector just went on to the next question, never asking Miller any specifics. From: Warren Report, New York Times edition, p. 82.

4. Clinton J. Hill. Jacqueline Kennedy's bodyguard reports in Vol. II, pp 138-139 of the Warren Commission Volumes: "I jumped from the car, realizing that something was wrong, and ran to the presidential limousine. Just as I reached it, there was another sound. I think I described it in my statement as though someone was shooting a revolver into a hard object... it seemed to have some type of echo."

5. Hugh Betzner - Had picture published in Life magazine and was standing right next to the drivers side of the motorcade: He saw a gun in the hand of one of the secret service agents and heard a sound "like firecrackers going off in the car."Link to Betzner's official statement:  http://www.jfk-online.com/betzner.html Source: taped interview with Fred Newcomb.

6. Senator Ralph Yarborough - 3rd car back "Smelled gunpowder in the car." (statement made to press but not to Warren Commission) He was challenged by Newcomb on the phone and he then said "I must have smelled it coming down from the book depository"

Nose witnesses
It is reasonable to assume that if a gun were fired in the limousine, then there would be the smell of gunsmoke. There was and Mr. Newcomb located 6 "nose witnesses":

1.Senator Ralph Yarborough

2. Patrolman Joe W. Smith

3. Congressman Ray Roberts

4. Thomas C. Clifford

5. Elizabeth Cabell, wife of Dallas Mayor.

6. Robert W. Jackson

bullshit 19.Mar.2020 23:56