New Film Shows Different JFK Assassination Angle
Posted by LOTGK on November 21, 2007
President Kennedy Moments Before Shots Rang Out
New film footage was donated today, on presidents day, of president John F. Kennedy’s motorcade moments before shots rang out killing JFK.
George Jefferies, the cameraman on the film, donated the film to the Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas today. He put away the film for over 43 years thinking it wasn’t of any real value or importance but was coaxed to bring the footage to the light of day once again. The film is very clear with bright colors and completely in focus, unlike the Zapruder film which was the only known film in existence of the assassination.
The film clearly shows other people with video camera’s filming away as the presidents limousine passed by them. The Grassy Knoll Institute wonders if perhaps, there are many more amateur videotographers with video footage of the president with clearer focus, a different angle, a better perspective, of the president getting shot? The odds are very good that an event such as this one, hundreds of bystanders had camera’s and 8 millimeter movie camera’s focused on the president. And only one film was confiscated and taken in for evidence.
Why is that only the Zapruder film, a choppy out of focus film, the only video evidence of the Kennedy assassination? Just compare the quality of Zapruders film to Jefferies and the results are night and day. Perhaps there are other films, from other angles, showing the fatal blasts to Kennedy’s head. Perhaps those reels have been confiscated from the bystanders, and later returned to them after inspection for any evidence captured on film that could shed light on the killing.
Perhaps people are afraid to submit their footage for they know they captured something other than what has been drilled into the American public for 44 plus years. Maybe someone, in their 80′s are waiting for death to come knocking on their door before they reveal to the world what really happened on that fateful 1963 November day in Dallas.
LURKING, CAMELOT REMEMBERED, ON THE GRASSY KNOLL