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  1. Default TOWNER's background grows as the foreground recedes

    Maybe it's just an optical illusion but it appears to me that the camera is not moving nor is it telephoto zooming...

    This is that mystery space where Position A comes into play and where z133 pops up a few feet from where TOWNER ends

    Somehow, the WC addresses POSITION A with all seriousness and states that JFK passed thru this location - a location SHANEYFELT claims is the farthest spot up Elm where JFK could have been shot in the upper back... which is doubly wrong since the limo is 10 inches higher than where JFK was.... a rifle aimed at that spot would need him moved forward over 15 feet....

    The point remains that POSITION A is assumed to be along the limo's path...

    yet if you look at BELL and plot it, it appears to pass south of POSITION A.... how is this to be reconciled?

    Once in a while you get shown the light
    in the strangest of places if you look at it right.....
    R. Hunter

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