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JFK Assassination and the limo driver

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Quasar:
"The Driver Shot Kennedy" theory is false. This theory is the brainchild of William Cooper.

William Cooper postulated this theory based upon his faulty examination of the Zapruder film.

Link to Zapruder film: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozx4_4DZp38.

The driver of the limousine during the assassination of JFK was William Greer. The man sitting in the front seat beside William Greer was Roy Kellerman.

As the 'fatal head shot' occurs, Greer slows the limo and turns around to look at JFK. At this time, there is a glare on Roy Kellerman's head that looks surprisingly like a pistol and it lines up very well with Greer's left arm. Cooper interpreted this to be Greer turning around and firing a pistol at the President. This may be seen by looking closely at the Zapruder film.

Other evidence that disproves Cooper's assertion consists of other photographs and videos taken during the assassination that show that Greer's hands never left the steering wheel. The angle of the shot is also inconsistent with the movement of Kennedy's head in response to the shot's impact as well as Bobby Hargis' testimony that blood and bone fragments landed in his face. Hargis was the motorcycle policeman farthest to the left of Kennedy when the 'fatal head shot' impacted.

Also, Jackie Kennedy NEVER said, "I think the driver turned around and shot my husband."

William Cooper is also famous for producing a radio show known as 'The Hour of the Time' and a book entitled Behold A Pale Horse.

Cooper biography links:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milton_William_Cooper
http://www.hourofthetime.com/william.htm

Hour Of The Time (HOTT) rebroadcast link:

http://www.hourofthetime.com/Hour_of_the_Time/HOTT_HOME.html

William Greer: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Greer
Roy Kellerman: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Kellerman
Bobby Hargis: http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/hargis.htm
Abraham Zapruder: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abraham_Zapruder



Quasar:
PS

What appears to be Greer's hand is actually Roy Kellerman's forehead. The 'pistol' is the sun reflecting off the top of Kellerman's head. The south curb of Elm Street appears above Greer's left arm, which is in shadow. This is what adherents to this theory suppose to be Greer's left forearm.

Look very closely and you will see that it is all an optical illusion and these are the components that are tricking your eye.

Quasar:


"The Driver Shot Kennedy" theory is false. This theory is the brainchild of William Cooper.

William Cooper postulated this theory based upon his faulty examination of the Zapruder film.

Link to Zapruder film: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozx4_4DZp38.

The driver of the limousine during the assassination of JFK was William Greer. The man sitting in the front seat beside William Greer was Roy Kellerman.

As the 'fatal head shot' occurs, Greer slows the limo and turns around to look at JFK. At this time, there is a glare on Roy Kellerman's head that looks surprisingly like a pistol and it lines up very well with Greer's left arm. Cooper interpreted this to be Greer turning around and firing a pistol at the President. This may be seen by looking closely at the Zapruder film.

What appears to be Greer's hand is actually Roy Kellerman's forehead. The 'pistol' is the sun reflecting off the top of Kellerman's head. The south curd of Elm Street appears above Greer's left arm, which is in shadow. This is what adherents to this theory suppose to be Greer's left forearm.

Look very closely and you will see that it is all an optical illusion and these are the components that are tricking your eye.

Other evidence that disproves Cooper's assertion consists of other photographs and videos taken during the assassination that show that Greer's hands never left the steering wheel. The angle of the shot is also inconsistent with the movement of Kennedy's head in response to the shot's impact as well as Bobby Hargis' testimony that blood and bone fragments landed in his face. Hargis was the motorcycle policeman farthest to the left of Kennedy when the 'fatal head shot' impacted.

Also, Jackie Kennedy NEVER said, "I think the driver turned around and shot my husband."

William Cooper is also famous for producing a radio show known as 'The Hour of the Time' and a book entitled Behold A Pale Horse.

Cooper biography links:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milton_William_Cooper
http://www.hourofthetime.com/william.htm

Hour Of The Time (HOTT) rebroadcast link:

http://www.hourofthetime.com/Hour_of_the_Time/HOTT_HOME.html

William Greer: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Greer
Roy Kellerman: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Kellerman
Bobby Hargis: http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/hargis.htm
Abraham Zapruder: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abraham_Zapruder



jjdouglas:
Quasar
You say the following:
'there is a glare on Roy Kellerman's head that looks surprisingly like a pistol and it lines up very well with Greer's left arm.'
'Other evidence that disproves Cooper's assertion consists of other photographs and videos taken during the assassination that show that Greer's hands never left the steering wheel.'

How could his head line up with Greer's left arm if his hands never left the wheel?

Interesting point about Greer. He was a Northern Ireland Protestant. Not a sympathiser of an Irish Catholic president I would have thought, and his son seemed to say this in an interview.

equalizer33:
That's ridiculous, the driver did not fire a shot, that is a glare. There would have been live witnesses to account for this had it taken place. He definately slowed the car down enough for the real shooters to have a field day.

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