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Alan Dale

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The South Knoll
« on: July 11, 2013, 01:08:55 am »

From Robin Unger's JFK Assassination Research Photo Galleries
Our future may lie beyond our vision, but it is not completely beyond our control. It is the shaping impulse of America that neither fate nor nature nor the irresistible tides of history, but the work of our own hands, matched to reason and principle, that will determine our destiny.

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Phil Dragoo

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The South Knoll
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2013, 01:35:29 pm »
The smoke and smell of gunpowder, the sound of shots and commotion behind the fence, all occurred at the Grassy Knoll.  The majority of witnesses said the shots came from there, and a crowd, led by police, ran there, only to be told by "Secret Service" there was nothing to see.

The Potemkin Sniper's Nest had no Lee Oswald, and its boxes were moved after the shots were fired, the weapon planted, the shells arranged.

Omitted for a half century was a position in line with Elm Street at the key shot positions, the South Knoll.

Robert "Tosh" Plumlee was present there, with Sergio, on an "abort" mission.  In 1981, Plumlee, a CIA contract pilot, sent Bud Fensterwald a photo with a "possible" South Knoll trajectory.

After the shots, Tosh and Sergio ran up the South Knoll, crossed the tracks, slid down the other side to their arriving ride to a safe house prior to a rendezvous at one of the airports for extraction.

Anthony DeFiore has created a 308-page analysis establishing the throat shot from the South Knoll at Z-225 which pierced the windshield.  Shrapnel holes which may have been from glass shards from this shot were filled by Thom Robinson, who filled the small hole at the right temple.

Doug Weldon interviewed George Whitaker, Sr., a Ford glass plant manager who witnessed the manufacture of replacement windshield(s) November 25.

Sherry Fiester using wound trajectory and head placement on a Dealey Plaza map selects the South Knoll to the exclusion of other sites as the source for the head shot at Z-313.

Rolando Cubela asked Des FitzGerald and Nestor Sanchez for a silenced FAL sniper rifle allegedly to kill Castro on October 29.

Such a weapon would have a semiautomatic capability allowing a throat shot at Z-225 and a head shot at Z-313 without cycling a bolt requiring target reacquisition.

William Harvey had been tasked by Richard Helms to set up the ZR-RIFLE program.

The Mongoose may have had plausible denial.

The plot collaborated upon by Allen Dulles and E. Howard Hunt beginning November 1961 may have had its denouement two years hence

The Craft of Intelligence may in fact be a wilderness of mirrors

Angleton stole the line from Eliot's Gerontion

Angleton the self-styled associate of other "world's greatest liars" bound for hell.


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Additional Photos of The South Knoll
« Reply #2 on: October 01, 2013, 05:39:43 am »