Well, it’s actually more like three paragraphs that will haunt your mind because of the information they contain about the JFK assassination.
Before we get to them, let’s start by examining the damage to the windshield as revealed through eyewitness accounts.
Summary of the Eyewitness Testimony about the windshield bullet hole
There were six credible witnesses whose reports were taken into account during the investigation of the case. And all of them firmly stated that they saw a bullet hold in the windshield of the limousine.
This is huge because it clearly debunks the lone assassin theory. The US government claims that the assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, fired from above and behind the car.
George Whitaker, a witness who also worked at Ford Motor Co., claims that the original car was destroyed. And it is the replacement that sits in the National Archives today.
It has long cracks and not the original bullet hole. It is also damaged on the outsides, whereas the damage should have been on the inside considering the impact was from the front.
A secret service agent, Charles Taylor, who was in the car when it was returned to the White House had to rescind the information he had reported about the bullet hole.
The same pattern of deception can be seen in the medical evidence taken from the body. The body was tampered with before the autopsy and post-mortem could even begin.
Previously known photographic evidence of a windshield bullet hole
The famous ‘Altgens photo’ taken on Elm Street at the time seems to have shown the bullet hole and this was not lost on those who saw the picture but other photographs are too blurry to corroborate this.
Hiding in plain sight since 2003.
In 2003, the History Channel was forced to take off air certain episodes from the show, The Men Who Killed Kennedy.
The episode ‘Smoking Guns’ seemed to accuse Lydon Baines Johnson of being involved with the assassination and his former aides, Jack Valenti and Bill Moyers went to great lengths to get it banned.
The stunning content of ‘The Smoking Guns’
A 2-second clip in the episode actually shows the bullet hole in the windshield. This can now only be seen in a factory-produced DVD copy of the episode at exactly 14:02.
This is very harmful to the government’s stance as it completely annihilates the lone-assassin story they still try to spread.
The episode also features an interview with Dr. David Mantik who discovered that the autopsy pictures of the back of JFK’s head are forgeries.
The same is corroborated by Joe O’Donnell, an ex-USIA photographer, who actually saw two different post-mortem images with the head wounds in different places.
Dr. Gary Aguilar also talks about how the information in the interviews of those who saw the autopsy was suppressed. Because the images of JFK’s head were later tampered with.
Get yourself a copy of this episode and you will believe that JFK was shot from multiple directions in a well-planned attack. This proves that a governmental coup actually occurred in 1963.