The illustration depicts the sniper, Lee Harvey Oswald, in the act of firing his second shot [#2], hitting JFK & Governor Connally from the sixth floor window of the Texas School Book Depository. [#3] shows the location where secret service agent George W. Hickey accidentally fired his AR-15 and mortally wounded the president.
On 11/22/63, Dan Roffe was an engineering student at Drexel Institute of Technology in Philadelphia. Two days later at 5 a.m. in the morning, he was in front of The White House, shocked and impelled to "bear witness" to the killing of John F. Kennedy.
In 1992, he read Mortal Error by Bonar Menninger and was inspired to spend the last 20 years using his engineering skills to map out and provide answers and support for an amazing theory...this he has done in remarkable detail with JFK Motorcade.
Daniel R. Roffe
• 43 ZAPRUDER FILM FRAMES
• Eyewitness references
• Detailed schematic drawings referencing all
important points, angles & people on Dealey Plaza
• Proof regarding the unfired Oswald bullet
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Lee Harvey Oswald's hasty firing of his medium powered Carcano rifle, although directly aimed at the moving target (JFK), the full metal jacket bullet hit short and directly impacted Elm St. Small pieces of concrete debris, caused the bullet to hit the presidential limousine & president. Two concrete pieces directly struck the right side of president's face.
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CONFIRMATION–on May 26, 1962, seven months before his death, Certified Investigator Joe West sought and received special permission from the funeral home that embalmed John F. Kennedy for West
to conduct a telephone interview with Thomas Evan Robinson, one of two Kennedy embalmers. The complete hand written note of West's conversation are shown in book PHOTO SECTION page #31.
For many, unconvinced by the all-too-convenient findings of the Warren Commission on The Kennedy Assassination, this has been a 50 year-old unsolved case. Dan Roffe's book details the second-by-second events in both the presidential limousine & secret service car. Agent George W. Hickey, Jr., just before the president's head exploded, stood unsupported in the center rear of the secret service car. He held an AR-15 rifle in his right hand, body pivoted rearward, looking to return fire toward a gun shot sound coming from the direction of the Texas School Book Depository. Brake lights on the presidential limousine instantly caused the driver of the secret service to forcibly hit his brakes. The inertia caused Hickey's upper body to re-coil to a forward facing position,while clutching the AR-15. The rifle aligned exactly with the back of the president's head. The rifle was inadvertently discharged. The bullet traveled 21 feet and directly struck the president's head, instantly killing him.
Size: 5.5 in x 8.5 in
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Illustrations: 43 of Abraham Zapruder's film frames are included in the 54 photos licensed from The 6th Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. In addition, the author has included photos from The Kennedy Library and the Associated Press (the photograph on photo-page 52 by AP photographer James "Ike" Altgens provided a critical piece of evidence in the timeline as it showed JFK AND GOVERNOR CONNALLY VIEWED THROUGH THE FRONT WINDSHIELD AN INSTANT AFTER BOTH WERE WOUNDED BY "BULLET #2").