Lee Harvey Oswald Only Fired Two Shots, Argues Author Mike Majerus in New Book PHANTOM SHOT

Fifty six llc - Thursday, October 24, 2013.
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BILLINGS, MT, October 24, 2013 - Lee Harvey Oswald only fired two shots at President Kennedy on November 22, 1963, according to a new book, PHANTOM SHOT. This conclusion is different from the one reached by the Warren Commission, which determined that he fired three shots. Most researchers have concluded that Oswald could not have fired three shots in less than six seconds and hit his target twice. Therefore, they argue, there had to be a second gunman. PHANTOM SHOT presents a compelling case that Oswald was the sole assassin and that he only fired two shots.

The Commission said that most witnesses heard three shots. However, it gave little weight to the testimony of dozens of key eyewitnesses who only heard two shots. They include Jackie Kennedy, John Connally, Abraham Zapruder, Secret Service Agent Clint Hill, and Bonnie Ray Williams, who was sitting directly below the sniper’s nest.

Within hours of the shooting, many two-shot witnesses changed their stories to incorporate a third shot. They did this because of the nonstop reporting by the press that three shots were fired. Witnesses convinced themselves that they somehow failed to hear one. Fortunately, many of them gave statements just moments after the shooting, before they could be influenced by the three-shot groupthink that quickly enveloped the assassination.

The Warren Commission could not explain how Oswald made two of the most deadly accurate shots of all time, and yet missed everyone and everything with a third shot. The shot did not strike any of the occupants of the presidential limousine, the car itself, the motorcycle cops riding next to it, the spectators lining Elm Street, or anyone else. No trace of a third bullet was ever found, nor was there any medical or ballistics evidence of one. If a third shot was fired, it vanished into thin air. The Commission had no idea what happened to it, but only said that it missed. PHANTOM SHOT proves that there never was a third shot. It was a phantom shot.

The two-shot theory is a game-changer. No longer do you have to believe that in order for Oswald to have been the sole assassin, he had to perform the superhuman feat of firing three shots in less than six seconds and hitting his target twice. With his old, bolt-action rifle, that was almost impossible. The vast bulk of expert marksmen over the years have been unable to replicate that feat. But firing only two shots in that amount of time was very doable. Oswald would have had plenty of time to aim and shoot.

The simplest solution is usually the correct one. One shooter. Two shots. Two hits. No misses. That is the simplest explanation for what happened on November 22, 1963.

PHANTOM SHOT is available on amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, and other online bookstores. For additional information, visit the website phantomshotjfk.com. Author Mike Majerus may be reached at (406) 690-7311, or by email at mike@phantomshotjfk.com.

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Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole assassin of President Kennedy, and he only fired two shots.

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