--this is my own tv capture of this show--
Discovery Channel - JFK: Inside the Target Car (2008)
This premiered on Sunday, Nov. 16, 2008, at 9 PM on the Discovery Channel
It's from the Discovery Channel so you know it agrees with the official story. Here's some propaganda to disseminate. Jim Marrs debunked this on the Alex Jones show already.
On Sunday, Nov. 16, 2008, at 9 PM (ET/PT), The Discovery Channel presents JFK: Inside the Target Car, the closest look yet at the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963.
For the show, The Discovery Channel has assembled a team of experts to set up an array of ballistic tests and trajectory analysis, as well as the latest in forensic artificial body creation.
With methodical cutting-edge forensics and Zapruder film archives, the experts painstakingly show that the fatal bullet was fired from the Texas School Book Depository, not the grassy knoll.
The Discovery Channel worked with Adelaide T&E Systems, an engineering company that specializes in creating exact human specimens utilized in military weaponry development.
Using Kennedy’s hat size, the experts created a replica of a human head, with the size and density. A special effects team also completely recreated the Presidential limousine passenger area.
JFK: Inside the Target Car "is the latest example of using breakthrough technology to authenticate scientific theories," said John Ford, president and general manager, Discovery Channel. "This special encompasses an intensive forensic investigation that proves the origin of the fatal bullet. It’s momentous for the network to help support the science behind this definitive evidence."
The investigation team:
- Gary Mack, Curator of The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, and a 25-year veteran of Kennedy investigations
- Michael Yardley, world renowned sharpshooter
- Wesley Fisk, Chief Operating Officer of Adelaide T&E Systems
- Tom Bevel and Steve Schlieble, veteran crime scene and forensic examiners
Interviews with key players from that November day helped assemble the pieces of the puzzle. Jack McNairy and H.B. McLain are two eyewitnesses who saw the blood-splattered limo before the Secret Service ordered it cleaned and sent back to Washington, D.C. Bobby Hargis, a Dallas police officer who rode directly behind the limo, provided crucial information about the effects of gunfire.
And finally, the late Nellie Connally, in one of her last recorded interviews, talked about being in the car with her husband, Texas Governor John Connally, President and Mrs. Kennedy.
In the show, Yardley looked through the scope of a high-powered rifle from four different possible angles focused on a duplicate Presidential limousine. The limo was in the exact spot where Kennedy was fired on and filled with actors the same size as the passengers that day.
From vantage points at the south end of the overpass, the north end of the overpass and on the grassy knoll, Yardley determined whether a shot could have come from a second gunman at any of these spots.
After careful analysis of possible shot locations, the forensics team structured on a California firing range the exact distances, angles, and even wind speed in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. High-speed cameras rolled as Yardley took his best shot at the head replicas, using a Mannlicher Carcano rifle - the same type supposedly used by Lee Harvey Oswald.
The results of these precision ballistics tests provide some clear answers to the events in Dealey Plaza. Comparing the splatter patterns from these test angles, with the historical evidence gleaned from eyewitness testimony and Secret Service reports, as well as an exact digitized overlay of the Zapruder film, the forensic team draws the definitive conclusion that the fatal shot could have only come from the sixth floor window of the Book Depository and not anywhere else, just as the Warren Commission determined in 1964.
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Sorry that I couldn't get it under 700mb, just wanted to get this up already.
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