The FBI Report of December 1963 stated that:
- There were three shots fired at President Kennedy
- All shots were fired from behind him.
- All shots were fired by one assassin.
However: There is a problem with this conclusion.
Fact: Examination of the Zapruder film of the assassination clearly showed Governor Connally being hit 1.8 seconds after the first shot hit JFK in the back.
But: The Italian made bolt action rifle used by the assassin could not be fired (by experts) within the 1.8 seconds shown in the film.
Therefore: Since Oswald could not have caused both wounds, he was not the only assassin firing in Daely Plaza on November 22nd, 1963.
More on this subject the next time.