A reconstruction showing the position of Lee Harvey Oswald at the time of firing at President Kennedy in Dallas,Texs
Dallas Texas USA Date:1964, March 18 Duration:5 min 47 sec Sound:Yes
A diagram of the sixth floor of Texas school book depository building shows the position of the boxes on the floor and at the window used by the assassin to fire at President Kennedy. The window where Oswald sat was quiet low and had two boxes placed one over the other. Assassin shot from over the boxes at the President. A reconstruction shows a car with two motorcycle policemen passing through the Elm street. A photograph taken by the Secret Services Commision shows through a scope the position on President Kennedy's neck where bullet struck. The bullet that exited Kennedy's neck and entered Governor Connely's neck. Another photograph through scope shows the position of the second bullet that struck Kennedy's head. In all three shots were fired . One shot missed the car and its occupants. An amplified picture of the simulated motorcade through the scope of four power 18 mm ordinance rifle,the one used by Oswald to fire at President Kennedy.
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