President John F. Kennedy Shot
Single Bullet Theory
A Single Bullet Killed JFK and Wounded Governor
We and the Warren Commission believe that president John F. Kennedy and governor John Connally were shot with a single bullet, CE399. This single bullet killed JFK and wounded the governor. Some conspirators think the bullet was "magic" and stopped in mid-air and changed its trajectory. Some people just need to use common sense.
This bullet rolled off the stretcher of the governor.
This was the rifle type used to shoot the president. Notice how it is spring loaded.
Texas Book Depository
This was the building that CE399 was shot from.
The Single Bullet Theory.
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The warren commission uses evidence to prove its point. Bullet CE399 had to have been inside Governor Connally's body on 11/22/63 in order to have landed on the stretcher. A man that looked like Lee Harvey Oswald was seen walking into the TBD. No other gunman was seen in Dealey Plaza on 11/22/63. No bullets or fragments were found inside the governor or the president. Based upon the footage in the Zapruder and the bullet wound in the governor's chest, the bullet had to have gone through the president prior to entering Connally. The governor reacted at the same time as the president. Little do most people know, the governor was not sitting in front of the president, and he was turned towards the outside of the car. Use common sense. The bullet couldn't change direction in mid air, nor stop in mid-air. So the bullet went through both the president AND the governor.